The CSHBC Bylaws were updated on October 23, 2023. CSHBC is in the process of updating the College’s policies and web content in line with these changes, therefore some of the web pages linked below may not completely reflect the updated Bylaws. Please contact CSHBC at [email protected] for any questions in this regard. Thank you for your patience.
Canadian-educated applicants are graduates of recognized Canadian education programs, as outlined in Schedule C of the CSHBC bylaws — in audiology, hearing instrument dispensing, or speech-language pathology — and are not currently regulated in another Canadian jurisdiction.
Graduates of recognized Canadian audiology education programs may apply for registration in BC as a:
- Registered Audiologist (RAUD)
- Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner (RHIP), provided the Audiology program meets the requirements set out in Schedule E of the CSHBC bylaws.
Graduates of recognized Canadian hearing instrument dispensing education programs may apply for registration in BC as a:
- Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner (RHIP)
Graduates of recognized Canadian speech-language pathology education programs may apply for registration in BC as a:
- Registered Speech-Language Pathologist (RSLP)
There are specific application pathways for each profession. Canadian-educated applicants must familiarize themselves with the application process for each pathway that pertains to your registration goals. Applicants are strongly advised to read the following pages that are relevant to you:
- Canadian-Educated Audiology Graduates Applying For RAUD
- Canadian-Educated Audiology Graduates Applying For RHIP
- Canadian-Educated Hearing Instrument Dispensing Graduates Applying For RHIP
- Canadian-Educated Speech-Language Pathology Graduates Applying For RSLP
If you are an applicant educated outside of Canada, please see the Internationally-Educated Applicants section.
If you are currently regulated in another Canadian jurisdiction, please see the Labour Mobility Applicants section.