Documentation provided must be the original documentation, or notarized copies. If documents are in a language other than English, notarized translations must be provided. Any additional costs associated with obtaining the required documentation (i.e. external academic assessment, obtaining transcripts and registration documentation) as well as document translation and English language tests are the responsibility of the applicant.
A complete application for registration includes the following:
- Completed Application Form including required fee and additional application documentation (provided below).
- Application forms (ALL forms below are required)
- You must have Adobe Reader installed to view these documents.
- You may choose to complete the forms online and print before signing and returning the original to the College office.
- Academic Assessment
Internationally educated applicants must apply to an approved assessment agency for a preliminary assessment of academic credentials. When completing the application, the College recommends requesting a Comprehensive Course by Course Report and request an assessment certificate, original documentation and notarized copies be sent directly to the College. The approved assessment services are:International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
World Education Services (WES)
Comparative Education Services (CES)
International Credential Evaluation Service (ICES)
- Official transcripts and course descriptions
Applicants will need to provide the College with official transcripts confirming each degree obtained and the year it was awarded along with university calendar-detailed course descriptions and course outlines to assist in the detailed course review. The College uses the information you submit to determine whether you meet the academic requirements for registration. Be sure to submit sufficient detail for an adequate assessment of your educational qualifications.
- Practical training/internship verification
Applicants must provide a letter from the internship director confirming successful completion of an internship program and date of completion along with outlining the total length of program and length of time spent in each practice area. The written confirmation should be on letterhead and signed and dated by the internship director. Applicants must also provide a detailed summary of their practical training including duration, rotations, facilities and experiential activities (forms will be provided by the College). The College uses the information you submit to determine whether you meet the practice requirements for registration with the College. Be sure to submit sufficient detail for an adequate assessment of your practical training.
- Language proficiency
Applicants must be able to demonstrate English language proficiency as a requirement for registration. Information on language proficiency can be found here.The verification of language proficiency must be sent directly from the issuing institution to the College, or submitted in a sealed envelope bearing the educational institution letterhead. The verification must be an original document or notarized copy.
- Police information check obtained within one year of application. Click here to complete a MyBackCheck online.
- Work experience and continuing education verification (if applicable)
If possible, applicants are encouraged to provide details of education activities undertaken within the past three years, prior to application that relate directly to dietetic practice. Also, provide details of work experience obtained within the past three years prior to application that relate directly to dietetic practice and at a level that would be expected of a practicing dietitian.
- Prior registration (if applicable)