Applicants registered with another Provincial SLP/Audiology Regulatory Body in Canada

Applicable if you are moving to practice in Alberta from British Columbia (BC), Saskatchewan (SK), Manitoba (MB), Ontario (ON), Quebec (QC), Newfoundland (NL),
New Brunswick (NB) or Nova Scotia (NS).

  • A completed Registration and Practice Permit Application Form.

  • A letter confirming your current registration in good standing in a fully practicing membership category forwarded directly to ACSLPA from all provincial SLP/Audiology regulatory bodies in Canada in which you hold registration.

    NOTE: Canadian regulated jurisdictions include: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and
    Nova Scotia.

  • Evidence you have the required Professional Liability Insurance (See Appendix 3 in the Registration Handbook).

  • Evidence of your English language proficiency if required (See Appendix 4 in the Registration Handbook).

  • A satisfactory Police Information Check, or equivalent (See Appendix 5 in the Registration Handbook).

  • The application fee and registration fee.

After we’ve reviewed these required documents, we will notify you by email whether or not your application has been successful. If your application is successful:

  1. We will process the applicable registration fee.
  2. You will receive instructions for downloading and printing your annual practice permit and receipt.
  3. You will receive information and instructions for completion of the jurisprudence education requirements of the College
    (See Appendix 6 in the Registration Handbook).

If you need more information on the required documents and the registration process, you can find detailed descriptions in the Registration Handbook.