Canadian Graduates

Application for Registration & Certificate of Practice

An individual who has recently graduated from a Master’s program in Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology is eligible to apply for registration with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba (the College) as a Provisional Regulated Registrant.

Once eligibility for registration with the College is established, a Certificate of Registration is approved and granted. The individual is then eligible to apply for a Certificate of Practice.

One must hold a valid Certificate of Practice in order to engage in professional practice in the province of Manitoba. Furthermore, as a provisional regulated registrant, one must practice under the mentorship of a full regulated registrant of the same health profession, according to the terms of the Provisional Mentorship Program.

Canadian Educated Applicant Registration Checklist

To begin the registration process with the College: apply here