Working in Ontario
Audiologists assess hearing, prescribe and fit hearing aids and other assistive listening devices, and provide training for their use. Some audiologists also dispense hearing aids.
In Ontario, the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario regulates the profession of audiologists. You can contact the College to learn about the steps you must take to become registered in this profession.
Bridge training programs: If you are qualified in your profession but new to Ontario, you may benefit from a bridging program. Bridging programs help qualified immigrants move more quickly into their professions without duplicating what they have already learned.
Entry to practice requirements: You can find information on how you can practise as a regulated audiologist and speach-language pathologist in Ontario on HealthForceOntario.
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HealthForceOntario offers a number of services to health professionals, including a recruitment centre and jobs listing service.
College of Audiologists and
Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario
3080 Yonge Street, Suite 5060
Toronto, ON M4N 3N1
Toll Free (in Ontario) 1-800-993-9459
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