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Serving the public interest is rewarding work. Becoming an ACOT Councillor allows you to lead and regulate the profession to ensure OTs provide safe, ethical and competent care.

Council Members Gain:

  • An opportunity to impact how the profession serves Albertans
  • Governance training, conferences, networking and professional development opportunities
  • Insight and involvement with key Council committees
  • An honorarium

Apply Today!

Click here for the downloadable application form.

Complete and submit applications to:

ACOT Registrar
312-8925 51 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T6E 5J3

Application Deadline:

April 1, 2020

Elections:

If more applications are received than available Council vacancies, all ACOT registrants will be able to vote in an election before June 1st.

Commitment:

  • Meetings are usually eight times per year, four in person and four teleconferences
  • In person meetings alternate between Calgary and Edmonton, all day Saturday
  • Teleconference meetings are currently held on Tuesday evenings
  • ACOT’s Council consists of eight members — six regulated members and two public members who are appointed by the Alberta government.

For 2020 there are two open Council positions. Please refer to the application package for a description of desired attributes of Council members.

Mission Statement:

As a collaborative leader in professional regulation, the Alberta College of Occupational Therapists serves the public by administering effective, efficient, transparent and fair processes for registration, continuing competence, and complaints/discipline.