Professional Development

Actively pursuing professional development ensures that knowledge and skills stay relevant and up-to-date.

SAC believes that staying up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry, as well as learning new skills, is critical. Our members benefit from a variety of options.

A group of professionals attend an SAC conference

SAC’s Certification Program takes a modernized approach to certification, and allows members to demonstrate to employers and the general public their commitment to life-long learning.

There’s no shortage of ways to get involved and ensure your knowledge stays current. Take a look at events, webcasts, webinars and workshops.

This two-day event will take place in Toronto and will explore a variety of elements within the scope of practice of audiologists. This will be SAC’s first in-person event in four years and promises to be unlike anything else currently being offered in Canada. 

Planned for 2024.

The course will describe contemporary and advanced approaches to assessment and intervention in emergent literacy, reading, and writing disorders.

The Cognitive-Communication Course for Acquired Brain Injury (CCCABI) is a course tailored for S-LP’s that focuses on the cognitive and communication challenges we address as we assist those with acquired brain injuries in reconstructing their lives.


In-person and online professional development opportunities led by our experts. Registration fees vary, SAC Member and associate discounts apply.


SAC Member & Associate Exclusive: Connect from anywhere and learn in real-time through interactive online webinars.


SAC Members & Associates Exclusive: Digital recordings of past webinars and presentations that can be viewed online, on your schedule.