CSHBC regulates the professions of audiology, hearing instrument dispensing, and speech-language pathology in British Columbia. All audiologists, hearing instrument practitioners, and speech-language pathologists in BC must be registrants of the College.
Registered Audiologists (RAUDs), Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioners (RHIPs), and Registered Speech-Language Pathologists (RSLPs) must meet all requirements of CSHBC’s Quality Assurance and Professional Practice (QAPP) program before renewing registration. Registrants also need to comply with the scope of practice, Standards of Practice, and other requirements listed in Registrant Resources.
Through the CSHBC Registrant Portal, registrants can update their registrant profile, report Continuing Competency Credits (CCC) and Practice Hours Requirements (PHR), apply for Certified Practice or Authorization, renew registration, submit information to the College, and register for taking CSHBC-authored online courses that are available via the Online Courses portal.