Fair Registration Practices Code

The Fair Registration Practices Code sets out general and specific duties for the registration practices of Alberta’s regulatory bodies.


Alberta’s regulatory bodies have general and specific duties under the Fair Registration Practices Code.

The general duties require regulatory bodies to ensure that their registration practices are transparent, objective, impartial and procedurally fair.

The specific duties that regulatory bodies must meet are ensuring information is available on any registration and internal review or appeal processes, qualifications are assessed fairly, make timely decisions, provide written responses, have an internal review or appeal processes, and have training for assessors and decision makers.

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