Canadian Practicing MLT
Coming from a Regulated Province ( AB, MB, NB, NL, NS, ON, PE, QC, SK)
NSCMLT promotes the mobility of MLTs within Canada.
If you currently hold a Medical Laboratory Technologist registration in another Regulated Canadian jurisdiction, and apply for registration practice as outlined in the Canadian Free Trade Agreement on Internal Trade (CFTA), you may be eligible to practice in Nova Scotia. Applicants are required to provide a letter of standing, proof of professional liability insurance, complete the initial application and pay the appropriate fees.
Applicants are required to successfully complete a jurispurdence exam. The exam will be assigned to applicants as per the REG.032 Jurisprudence Exam policy.
For more information, please refer to Registration Policy REG.008v1 Labour Mobility (found under registration related policies)
Coming from a Non-Regulated Province or Territory (BC, NT, NU, YT)
If you currently hold a position as a Medical Laboratory Technologist in a province where the profession of medical laboratory technology is not regulated you are required to complete the full initial application and submit all educational documents, proof of professional liability insurance, a letter from your previous or current employer that you are in good standing, proof of MLT certification and all documents requested.
Remember: You cannot work as a medical laboratory technologist in Nova Scotia until you have received notice from NSCMLT that your application has been approved.
The following documents are required for registration. Document checklist
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