Hearing Tribunal and/or Complaint Review Committee
The objective of the Hearing Tribunal and/or Complaint Review Committee (CRC) is to be an impartial member to hear discipline cases. Matters are referred to a hearing by the Complaints Director and the quasi-judicial process hears and makes independent decisions about the conduct of Alberta speech-language pathologists and audiologists. A complaint review committee has a role to ratify settlements and to review dismissals of complaints upon request of a complainant.
Under the HPA, a hearing tribunal or CRC must be comprised of at least 50% public members. To minimize risk, ACSLPA’s Hearing Director will appoint members from the roster and public members so there is a sufficient buffer should one member need to be released from their role part way through the process (e.g., sickness).
If you would like to express your interest in joining a College committee, please contact the ACSLPA office.