Education and exam Requirements
All audiologists and speech-language pathologists registering with CASLPPEI for the first time must have:
- Completed a master's degree program in their field, approved by the Council, or
- Education and experience that the Council considers substantially equivalent.
Canadian Entry-to-practice (CETP) exam
All audiologists and speech-language pathologists registering with CASLPPEI for the first time must have successfully completed the CETP exam for their respective profession.
The CETP exams for the professions of audiology and speech-language pathology are provided through the Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) website.
The jurisprudence exam assesses a registrant's knowledge and understanding of specific rules and regulations for health professionals working in audiology and speech-language pathology fields in PEI.
All CASLPPEI registrants, except those with limited-time special registration, must pass the jurisprudence exam by their first registration renewal.
The content of the jurisprudence exam is pulled from the Regulated Health Professions Act, the Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists Regulations, and the College's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. The exam is available through the online registration system - HMS for a fee.