Path 2: Graduates of International Programs

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If you have a professional master’s degree program in audiology or speech-language pathology from outside of Canada or if you are a graduate from a Canadian master’s degree program with Candidate Status and if you are not currently registered in another regulated Canadian province, you must follow the steps below to apply for registration with CASLPO. 

Select Your Application Form:

There are 2 different application packages, depending upon the certificate of registration you are applying for.

Initial Certificate of Registration

1.    Apply for an Initial Certificate of Registration if you have less than 24 months of professional experience.

All initial members must successfully complete a minimum 6-month mentorship when beginning to work in Ontario

Download Initial Certificate Application Package for International Graduates, click here. (document en français)

General Certificate of Registration

2.    Apply for a General Certificate of Registration if you have 24 months or more of professional experience.

Completion of a mentorship period is not required of an applicant who has met all of the requirements for a general certificate of registration.

Download a General Certificate Application Package for International Graduates, click here.


Please note, it is not possible for CASLPO to expedite any applications. In order to provide an efficient and fair process to all applicants, we are committed to processing applications as quickly as possible and in  the order they are received.

This website is intended to provide information to the public and registrants. Should there be difference in documentation previously distributed to CASLPO registrants, it is up to the registrant to source the latest version posted on the CASLPO website. Note: the term "member" and "registrant" are used interchangeably throughout CASLPO's website and documents. Both terms are synonymous to "member" as defined in the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Act, 1991, and the Regulations under those Acts.