A CSASK practising licence is available to the audiologist or speech-language pathologist who is eligible for a license to practise audiology or speech-language pathology in Saskatchewan.  Individuals eligible for this registration category have met the entry-to-practice requirements and/or have entered practice in Saskatchewan through labour mobility from another regulated Canadian jurisdiction.  

The CSASK provisional category is intended as a transitional status to allow a person to obtain the necessary requirements for registration in the practising category and expires the earliest of:

  1. two years; or
  2. a failure for the third time to achieve a passing score on the CETP exam.

An individual who holds a CSASK provisional registration and licence is entitled to practise audiology or speech-language pathology under supervision while they meet the following requirements listed in the practising category:

  • Completion of the entry to practice exam
  • Completion of a period of supervised practice

Registrants in this category are entitled to use the professional titles with the addition of the word “provisional” (Audiologist – Provisional; Speech-Language Pathologist – Provisional).

A CSASK temporary registration and licence is available to audiologists or speech-language pathologists who are currently licensed in another regulated jurisdiction and who wish to practise in Saskatchewan for a temporary reason. This registration and licence is approved for a defined purpose and period of time and is subject to conditions or limitations.   This licence is not renewed.

The Cross-Provincial Practice licence is available to audiologists or speech-language pathologists who are currently registered in Alberta, Manitoba, New-Brunswick or Ontario who wish to provide services virtually or in person to clients/patients in Saskatchewan to a maximum of 200 hours during the period for which the licence is issued.  More detailed information on the Cross-Provincial Practice licence may be found here

A non-practising registration is available to audiologists or speech-language pathologists who:

  • hold a practising licence in Saskatchewan;
  • are registered in another regulated Canadian jurisdiction and are eligible for the practising registration.

Holders of this registration do not intend to practise in any capacity in the professions of audiology or speech-language pathology in Saskatchewan. Registrants in this category are entitled to use the protected titles with the addition of the word “non-practising” (ex: Audiologist – Non-Practising; Speech-Language Pathologist – Non-Practising).

For complete details on the membership categories please refer to the CSASK Regulatory Bylaws  or contact the CSASK office.