A person must meet all six of the following requirements in order to be issued a Certificate of Registration from the College. These requirements must also be met by former members who are applying to be reinstated.
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There are three ways to meet this requirement:
For applicants: Your registration number is a reference number for your application file only. It is not an indication of membership with College. You will be formally notified by the College when you become a member and you will be able to use this number to search for your membership details on the Public Register.
For members: You can use your registration number to search on the Public Register to see if your membership status with the College is in good standing.
You will be asked to submit your supporting documents (e.g. proof of name change and or proof of eligibility to work in Canada) on
My College Account. Please note you must provide both sides of certain documents as indicated below.
The following documents can be used as proof of your eligibility to work in Canada:
No. Please see
Section 7 of our Application Guide about providing supporting documentation.
Applicants registered with another province or territory in Canada, that is recognized by the College for the purpose of the Agreement on Internal Trade, or those who have checked 'Yes' on the Professional Registration tab, must make arrangements with the regulatory body or licensing organization to send the completed
Proof of Professional Standing Form directly to the College.
If you are in the process of applying for a post-graduate work permit, please submit proof of your implied status.
The College would require ALL of the following:
The Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009 (OLMA) received Royal Assent on December 15, 2009 and is now in force. The purpose of the OLMA is to eliminate or reduce measures that restrict the ability of an individual to obtain a Certificate of Registration in Ontario when the individual is already certified in the same occupation by a regulatory authority of another Canadian province or territory.