A full-practicing CSASK licence is available to the audiologist or speech-language pathologist who is eligible for a license to practise speech-language pathology or audiology.
A provisional licence is available to applicants who have submitted the required documentation and fees while their application is in progress. Some conditions, restrictions, and limitations may be imposed.
Once provisional registrants have met the requirement(s) for full-practicing licensure, their status will be reviewed and changed once approved.
CSASK Registration Fee Schedule for Full-Practising and Provisional Licensure
Year Annual Fee Late Fee
2023 $750.00 $375.00
2024 $850.00 $425.00
2025 $900.00 $450.00
2026 $950.00 $475.00
A non-practicing licence is available to audiologists or speech-language pathologists who currently hold a valid full CSASK practicing licence. Registrants must apply annually for non-practicing status and may be granted non-practicing status for a maximum of three consecutive years.
At the time of renewal, full-practicing registrants may apply for non-practicing status.
Non-practising registrants may request a change in status to full-practicing at any given point in the year. This cannot be done through the member portal.
A temporary licence is available to audiologists or speech-language pathologists who are currently licensed in another Canadian regulated jurisdiction who intend to provide services to Saskatchewan residents during the course of the training or research they are undertaking, or for some other short-term reason.
Retired Membership is available to speech-language pathologists or audiologists who are initially registered as a full-practicing member through CSASK, but are retired and are not currently employed in speech-language pathology or audiology in Saskatchewan.
At the time of renewal, full-practicing registrants may apply for retired status.
Retired members may request a change in status to full-practising at any given point in the year. This cannot be done through the member portal.
For complete details on the membership categories please refer to the CSASK bylaws or the CSASK Policy and Procedure Manual.
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