General Information

To practice as an Audiologist or a Speech-Language Pathologist in Manitoba, individuals must be registered and hold a valid Certificate of Practice from the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba (CASLPM).

CASLPM verifies that applicants have met the entry-to-practice requirements outlined in the College’s legislation and regulations to ensure that the public receives safe, competent, and ethical care.

Application Process

The online application process is divided into three steps, each with its own associated fee:

  1. Initial application
  2. Certificate of Registration
  3. Certificate of Practice

Once an applicant has been approved for registration and has been granted a Certificate of Practice, their name will appear on the College’s public register.

Fees

The 2023 Fee Schedule specifies the fees associated with application, registration, and obtaining a Certificate of Practice with CASLPM. The applicant is responsible for the payment of any additional costs in relation to the application (official transcripts, educational assessments, record and registry checks, professional liability insurance, etc.).

CASLPM accepts payments by VISA or Mastercard directly through the online portal.

All fees are non-refundable.

Application Timeline

Applications will not be reviewed until all application documents have been received in full. It is the applicants responsibility to ensure that all official documents are submitted following the Document Submission Protocol. The College is not responsible for any delays in receiving information from third parties.

It may take up to six to eight weeks to review and complete the three-step application process described above. Please take this into consideration when seeking employment in Manitoba.