Nova Scotia College of Medical Laboratory Technologists

Reinstatement of a Lapsed License

Applicants that previously held a registration with the College, but surrendered for a period of time, will need to re-apply for registration. 

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.


Reinstatement applicants are now required to successfully complete a jurispurdence exam. The exam will be assigned to applicants as per the REG.032 Jurisprudence Exam policy.

Refer to requirements in REG.006 Reinstatement Lapsed License (found under registration policies)

Acknowledgement of Supervision Form

If required, complete and sign before commencement of employment . Once completd please upload to your supporting documents. Please review registration policy REG.012 Guidelines for the Direct Supervision of MLTs.



Ready to Re-Apply?

The button below will take you to our membership software, where you will complete the registration process. Your progress will be saved, so you can return at any time to complete the application, should you be unable to complete it at once.
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