Canadian Accredited Graduates

Individuals who have recently graduated from a Master’s degree program in Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology from a Canadian accredited educational program are eligible to apply for registration with CASLPM as a Provisional Regulated Registrant.

To determine if your educational program is an accredited program, visit the website for the Council for Accreditation of Canadian University programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CACUP-ASLP). Canadian graduates who have graduated from a non-accredited educational program will be assessed as an International Graduate.

Once a provisional regulated registrant has obtained their Certificate of Practice, they are obligated to 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