Practicing in Alberta
Download our Practicing in Alberta brochure
to learn about:
- ACAC membership categories
- ACAC membership dues and fees
- The licensing process: frequently asked questions, including a special note about licensing in May or June
- Professional obligations once you become an ACAC member
- Option additions to your practice
Applications for registration
- Canadian educated applicants who are not yet licensed in Canada and have completed the CCEB exam (parts A, B and C) within the last year.
- Internationally-educated applicants who have completed the CCEB exam (parts A, B and C).
- Chiropractors who practice in another regulated jurisdiction in Canada and labour mobility candidates under the CFTA.
- Canadian or internationally educated applicants who have completed the CCEB examination but are not currently registered in Canada, but have been registered and are in active practice in another jurisdiction.
- Individuals previously registered in Alberta who have not registered in another jurisdiction and are now applying to reinstate their registration.
- Registration on the courtesy register is available to chiropractors currently registered in another jurisdiction requiring temporary entry to Alberta.
Mandatory Standard First Aid with CPR-C Certification
Please visit our Standard First Aid with CPR-C page
to learn more about this requirement.
Important note: You are not required to obtain this certification in order to obtain a licence. However, once you are licensed, it becomes a mandatory requirement to renew your licence.
Please feel free to contact the office