Official transcripts must be sent to the College. If your diploma is not in one of the accredited programs accepted by the College you must submit course descriptions. Course descriptions are typically taken from course catalogues. If your diploma is not from one of the accredited programs the College has prepared an academic worksheet to help applicants determine whether course work meets the academic requirements of the College.
Transcripts & Academic Information:
Transcripts that are not in English must be accompanied by an English translation signed by a qualified, official translator. All transcripts outside of Canada and the US must be assessed by an international credential evaluation service.
It is important that all College members understand that they must conduct their practice in accordance with the Code of Ethics and with consideration of the Principles of Stewardship. To assist the new member in understanding their practice obligations all new members must successfully complete the College's course and short exam in Professional Ethics prior to receiving membership in the College.
The only course acceptable to meet this credentialing requirement is the College course.
For more information on this course please go to College course in Professional Ethics.
Mail Application and Supporting Documents to:
You will be charged a fee of $80.00
By submitting this application I hereby declare that the information provided in this application form is complete and accurate