The College of Audiologists and Speech – Language Pathologists of Manitoba regulates the professions of audiology and speech – language pathology.
The College of Audiologists and Speech – Language Pathologists of Manitoba (the College) protects and serves the public by regulating and ensuring competent, safe, ethical practice of audiologists and speech – language pathologists in Manitoba. In order to serve and protect the public interest, the College regulates by ensuring high – quality services are provided by those professionals registered with the College through safe and ethical care. This means the College protects clients’ rights to safe, competent and ethical care by setting requirements for registration with the College and supporting audiologists and speech – language pathologists who are registered to maintain the standards of practice of the professions and by holding them accountable for their practice and conduct.
All audiologists and speech – language pathologists who wish to practise these professions in the province of Manitoba must be registered with the College and hold a valid Certificate of Practice before engaging in practice.
The Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech – Language Regulators (CAASPR) have developed and implemented a centralized competency based Canadian Entry to Practice (CETP) Exam. The exam will be used by multiple provinces and will be a consistent tool in ensuring that all applicants are assessed to sit the exam based on the standard academic equivalency framework.
All new graduate applicants and Internationally educated applicants seeking licensure in Manitoba will be required to write the CETP Exam as one part of the licensing process for the College of Audiologists and Speech – Language Pathologists of Manitoba (the College). As such, the College requires that you proceed with an application to sit the CAASPR CETP Exam. Please visit the CAASPR website to begin this phase of the registration process.
CASLPM is aware that Shared Health had technical issues with the COVID-19 Immunization Information Session for Health Care Workers that was scheduled to take place on January 7, 2021 at 6:30 pm. For concerned registrants who would like to follow-up with Manitoba’s...
UBC Study: Strategies for increasing accessibility and equity in health and human service educational programs: national perspective
UBC is looking for speech-language pathologists and audiologists to participate in a study titled, Strategies for increasing accessibility and equity in health and human service educational programs: national perspective. Please read HERE for participant details.
Warm wishes for a festive holiday season and the very best to you in 2021! Please be advised of CASLPM office hours over the holiday season: Monday, December 21, 2020 – 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 22, 2020 – 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 23,...