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The Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators (The Alliance) is the pan-Canadian federation of provincial/territorial physiotherapy regulators committed to the development and improvement of regulatory standards of practice for physiotherapists.

The Alliance, on behalf of most physiotherapy regulators, establishes whether the education and qualifications of internationally educated applicants are not substantially different from those of Canadian educated physiotherapists. For both Canadian and internationally educated physiotherapists, the Alliance administers the Physiotherapy Competency Examination to determine a candidate's readiness for safe, effective, and independent physiotherapy practice.

Informations générales concernant le processus d'évaluation, l'examen compétence en physiothérapie et les formulaires de demande sont disponibles en français.

What's New

January 30, 2015
Clinical Component Results for November 16, 2014

January 16, 2015
Ontario Bridging Program Registration Information

January 14, 2015
Written Component Results List for December 6, 2014

November 20, 2014
Posting for new CITG members for Hamilton

November 17, 2014
Alliance Award of Distinction

October 31, 2014
New Credentialling Fees Effective January 1, 2015

October 30, 2014
Alliance Board hears from the experts about the CanMEDS model

September 12, 2014
Alliance staffing changes

August 22, 2014
2015 Dates for the Written and Clinical Component Exam

We have posted the examination dates for the 2015 Written Component and Clinical Component exam. Go here to review them.

August 11, 2014
2013 Annual Report

July 24, 2014
New Source Country Profiles

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