Applicants are to declare whether they are, or have been, registered/licensed by another regulatory or licensing organization in any profession in any jurisdiction.
If the answer is "yes", applicants are required to have the
Proof of Professional Standing Form completed and submitted to the College as part of the application process.
On this page, find information about:
Click on either heading below to the see the responsibilities of applicants or those of the regulatory/licensing organizations.
The Proof of Professional Standing Form:
The applicant must complete this section first and then send the form to the regulatory or licensing organization.
This section of the form provides the:
This part of the form must:
Below is a brief description of each question asked in this section of the form. Click on the question to see a brief description of it and instructions about additional supporting documents.
The licensing or regulatory organization must send the completed form directly to the College. To do so:
If yes, note that:
The College uses the information provided in the
Proof of Professional Standing Form in its assessment of whether an applicant meets the following requirement for registration.
An applicant's past and present conduct must give the College reasonable grounds for the belief that they:
For applicants who are currently licensed or registered in early childhood education with another province or territory in Canada, the College also uses the information to determine whether the applicant is
eligible to apply to the College under the
Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) (which is also referred to as labour mobility).
As part of the process, the College may follow-up with the regulatory or licensing organization about the information provided on the form or in supporting documents from the organization.
If you have questions about the
Proof of Professional Standing Form that were not answered in the information provided above, contact the College by telephone or e-mail.