12.0 ACSLPA Courtesy Register Requirements and Conditions

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The ACSLPA Courtesy Register allows practitioners to be registered in Alberta for a short term for a narrowly focused specific purpose, provided they are registered in good standing in another jurisdiction. Effective July 2022, a cross provincial practice agreement across AB, MB, NB, ON, and SK will allow for up to 200 hours of direct client/patient hours in a secondary province when an SLP or audiologist is registered and holds an active license/practice permit in one of the participating provinces (known as the primary province). Click here for more information. To view Courtesy Register requirements, duration, acceptable purposes, fees and application [...]

12.0 ACSLPA Courtesy Register Requirements and Conditions2022-06-27T15:27:30-06:00

13.0 Additional Information

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13.1 Information About Regulated Members That Must Be Available to the Government and the Public You will see when you’re completing your registration or renewal that we ask for certain information about you as a regulated member that is required by law. Under the Health Professions Act (HPA), ACSLPA must be able to give the following information about you as regulated member if anyone of the public requests it. This information is limited to: Your full name and your unique registration number Any restrictions or conditions placed on your practice permit The status of your practice permit, including whether it [...]

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11.0 What if I’m a Member and I Don’t Meet Current Qualifications Requirements?

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To either register or renew your registration, as per the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Profession Regulation you must give evidence that your professional practice is current by having: Graduated from an approved program not more than three years before applying, or Practiced as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist for at least 1250 hours in the five years immediately before applying[8], or Successfully completed approved, refresher[9] education courses in your profession within the previous three years. As a regulated member of ACSLPA, if you are applying for registration renewal or a status change to a regulated membership category and, specifically, do not [...]

11.0 What if I’m a Member and I Don’t Meet Current Qualifications Requirements?2020-09-17T14:08:19-06:00

10.0 How do I Resign from ACSLPA?

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If you decide that you no longer want to practice as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in Alberta, you should submit a request to resign from ACSLPA. You can do this using the Resignation from ACSLPA Form or by using the online registration system of the College during registration renewal in the Fall. Once you have resigned from ACSLPA, you can no longer work or volunteer as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in Alberta or use the protected titles of your profession. If you want to reapply for registration at a later date, after resigning from ACSLPA, you must then [...]

10.0 How do I Resign from ACSLPA?2020-04-17T14:26:03-06:00

6.0 What are the Registration Requirements?

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As per the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Profession Regulations, to apply, you must: 1.  Have: At least a master’s degree in speech-language pathology or audiology from an approved university level program, and Completed the requirements for academic coursework and clinical practice experience. (See Appendix 1 for ACSLPA Coursework Requirements and Appendix 2 for Clinical Practice Hours Requirements), or Be registered in good standing with a regulatory organization in another province in Canada, or Have qualifications that the Registration Committee decides are substantially equivalent to the first bullet above. (NOTE: To decide this, the Registration Committee may ask an applicant to complete [...]

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9.0 How Can I Make Status Changes?

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If you will be leaving practice for an extended period of time (e.g., maternity leave), you may want to change your status to Non-Practicing while you are not working. Under this status, you may not work or volunteer as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in Alberta. You may use the protected titles of your profession followed by “(Non-Practicing)”. Similarly, if you are currently Non-Practicing, you will need to change your status back to Registered before you return to work. You may request a status change during the annual registration renewal process, or at any time of year using the appropriate [...]

9.0 How Can I Make Status Changes?2020-04-29T10:49:31-06:00

4.0 What are the Membership Categories?

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The membership categories are as follows: 4.1 Regulated Membership Categories - there are three categories under this type of membership: 4.1.1.   General Register Member 4.1.2.  Courtesy Register Member 4.1.3.  Non-Practicing Member 4.2 Non-Regulated Membership Category - there is only one category under this type of membership: 4.2.1.  Honourary Member

4.0 What are the Membership Categories?2020-04-17T10:49:43-06:00

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