Protecting the public and
guiding the professions

For Professionals

The Council regulates the health professions in the country in aspects pertaining to registration, education and training, professional conduct and ethical behaviour, ensuring continuing professional development, and fostering compliance with healthcare standards.

Professional Boards


The Board wishes to advise any practitioner wishing to return to practice after a period of three years or more, that they will be required to write the Board exam and may be required to work under supervision for a designated period of time (usually six months). It is the practitioner’s responsibility to find another practitioner who is willing to take up this role. The Board wishes to advise supervising practitioners that there are certain criteria which the Board expects them to adhere to >>> Read more

To uphold its mandate of guiding the professions and protecting the public; the 2010 - 15 Speech Language and Hearing Professional Board established task teams to develop amongst other but not limited to position statements and clinical standards in EHDI, School Screening and Ototoxicity. The task teams engaged extensively with all relevant stakeholders in developing these; and are in the final stages of completing the project >>> Read more