General Register Regulated Member – Practicing About this category: Required for speech-language pathologists and audiologists working in clinical, administrative, teaching, or research settings, including those volunteering in their profession in Alberta. These regulated members are issued an annual Practice Permit (valid to December 31) and may use the protected titles of their profession. These regulated members are able to vote and serve on the ACSLPA Council or committees. These regulated members will receive ACSLPA communications. To be a member under this category, you must: Hold a master’s degree, or equivalent, in speech-language pathology or audiology. Meet the current qualifications, good [...]
Practice permits issued to regulated members on the General Register expire December 31 and must be renewed for the upcoming registration year (January 1 - December 31). Renewal applications must be completed (including full payment) before 11:59 pm on December 31, otherwise your registration will be suspended. Renewal applications are completed online through the Member Portal. Applications that do not require the College's review are approved immediately upon payment in full. Once your renewal application is approved, a practice permit is issued and appears in the Member Portal. You may download and print your practice permit as proof of registration. Employers [...]
Registration/membership for all renewal categories will be suspended if not received on or before December 31; suspended registrations/memberships will be subject to a Reinstatement Fee. You may pay fees by Visa, Visa debit, MasterCard, American Express or e-transfer. There is a $30 payment processing fee for using a different payment method - please visit the Fee Schedule for more information. Your tax receipt is available in the Member Portal immediately upon payment in full.
Professional Liability Insurance All members holding a practice permit, including those on the courtesy register providing a health service directly to the public, are required to hold their own PLI policy. Employer coverage is not acceptable.In addition to holding your own PLI: Requirements are for a minimum $2,000,000.00 coverage per occurrence An extended discovery and reporting period of a minimum of two years is necessary. Click here for further information on PLI and PLI providers. Experience You must have completed one of the following requirements to demonstrate current practice of your profession: i. Graduated from an approved program not more than [...]
Do you Know Your Member Login information? User ID – the email address on file with ACSLPA Password – only you know your password, if you cannot remember it, use the ‘Forget Your Password’ function, ACSLPA cannot retrieve it. Is your Profile up-to-date? Review your contact and employment details to ensure accuracy in your profile. Verify that all of your information is up-to-date before you start the renewal process. Ensure your employment details are complete. You will need to report practice hours for each location where you worked during the registration year. If the location is not [...]
The email address to login to the Member Portal is the exact email that is on file with ACSLPA. Do Not Click “SIGN UP”. If you do not remember your password, use the 'Forgot Your Password' link to reset. You will receive a system-generated email with instructions. Check your junk/spam folder for the system-generated email if you do not receive it in your inbox. Use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari (Mac users). If you do not have access to a recommended browser, the system is mobile friendly, use your mobile phone or tablet. Use the chevron buttons [...]
FAQs I keep getting an error message on my employer information in the profile update. Supervisor name and phone number are mandatory fields. If you are your own supervisor use your own name and number in those fields or indicate N/A or self. I just started a private practice - how do I enter my employer name? Enter "private practice" (on the searchable list) as your employer name. I am Non-Practicing but want to return to active practice later in the year, how should I proceed? If you will be on a temporary leave during the first part of [...]