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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) developed and implemented a centralized competency based Canadian Entry to Practice (CETP) Exam. In November 2020, an inaugural CETP exam was administered to recently graduated practitioners with Provisional Registration in Manitoba. For additional information on the College website regarding the CETP Exam, please click here.

RHPA Jurisprudence Module

Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) Jurisprudence Module For the 2023 CASLPM Registration and Renewal year, all Full, Provisional and Non-Practising registrants will have to complete the RHPA JM. In subsequent years, only the new and Provisional registrants will...

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Call For Council Nominations 2022

In accordance with the RHPA, a Council must be established to manage and conduct the business affairs of the College and to carry out the College’s mandate. Council member participation is an important and ongoing pursuit to represent the best interests of the...

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