The forms listed below are the most recent versions used by SCP. The forms are saved as PDF files. To view or print these documents you must have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.   If you would like to receive any of these forms in WORD format, then please contact the SCP Office.

In most cases, the Registrar will initially admit new applicants to the Register (licensure).  This may take from 4 – 8 weeks once a full application has been received.  Once on the Register, the Registration Committee is responsible to review and consider for approval the Supervision Plan and Agreement, supervised practice logs, supervisor(s) evaluations, EPPP and oral exam results, and ultimately the granting of a Full Practice license.

Any documentation to go to the Registration Committee must be submitted at least one week in advance of a meeting.  Documents received after the one week deadline will be held over until the next available meeting of the Committee.  The tentative meeting schedule for winter/spring 2022 for the Committee is as follows:

  • January 18/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by January 11/22)
  • February 15/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by February 8/22)
  • March 15/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by March 8/22)
  • April 12/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by April 5/22)
  • May 10/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by May 3/22)
  • June 7/22 (documents, other than new applicants, to be received by May 31/22)

Information for Applicants

Initial Application Forms

(Applicants from another province applying under the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) please contact the SCP Office for application forms)

MRA Information and Forms


Foreign Trained Applicants (outside of Canada and the USA)

Start Your Application Outside or Inside Canada

The Saskatchewan College of Psychologists has collaborated with participating members of the Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO) to make application for registration by internationally-educated psychologists more streamlined and consistent across participating Canadian jurisdictions. ACPRO has developed a portal where internationally-educated applicants can now begin their application for licensure in Canada. The  serves as a single window of entry for participating Canadian jurisdictions. The ACPRO portal will compile and authenticate required standard application documentation, including:

  1. Identity documents
  2. Education documents
  3. Registration/license documents
  4. Language proficiency test results
  5. Criminal background check

The ACPRO portal does not determine your eligibility for licensure.  Once you have completed this process, you may authorize the ACPRO portal to provide your application package to the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (SCP). Upon payment of the SCP application fee, and the submission of forms unique to this jurisdiction,  your application for registration in Saskatchewan would then be evaluated.

Forms to be submitted in addition to the application package provided through the ACPRO portal:

SINP Review Information and Forms


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