Associate Reinstatement to Active Registration and Practice Permit

This information provides details for Registrants:

  • Reinstating from Associate registration to Active (practicing registration/permit)
  • Renewing from Associate registration to Associate registration (non-practicing registration/cancelled permit)

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Links to Resources

MyACCLXT Database

Information on Professional Liability Insurance (PLI)

General ACCLXT Frequently Asked Questions for Renewals 

Practice Hours Information and Policy

Verification of Hours form for reporting 2019/20 hours

Advanced Practice Authorization information for initial application (if applicable)

Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PAP) form for enrollment or continuation

Continuing Competency Program and related resources

Professional Liability Insurance

Professional Liability Insurance (PLI)

All Registrants of the Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technologists are required to hold Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) at all times while on a practicing register. By having PLI, a Registrant has coverage to help mitigate issues arising from complaints made against them as a result of providing professional services. The ACCLXT will no longer provide PLI to its Registrants, as this is viewed as a conflict of interest should a complaint arise.

Registrants are required to hold a Professional Liability Insurance policy with a Limit of Liability of a minimum $1,000,000, a $2,000,000 Annual Aggregate and $25,000 Patient Relations Program and Funding for Treatment and Counselling.

There are many vendors from which an applicant may source PLI. The Canadian Society of Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technologists (CSCLXT) administers a plan that meets the requirements of the College. Most employer insurance policies do not cover professional regulatory complaints against individual employees and no defense counsel is appointed. This is because employers do not view themselves a party in a professional regulatory complaint as it is a matter between the College and their Registrant. Also, your personal PLI follows you if you work at multiple sites and/or with more than one employer. 

If you are taking a leave from practice and won’t be renewing your Active registration and practice permit, ensure that your insurance will cover you for a claim filed at a later date (eg while on leave from employment) related to an event that occurred while you were practicing and insured.

If the College receives a conduct complaint for an incident that occurred while you were practicing, the conduct process continues regardless of your registration and permit status. As such, you need to closely check the terms of your insurance policy. Ensure that your insurance will cover you for a claim filed at a later date (eg while on leave from employment) related to an event that occurred while you were practicing and insured. Some insurance providers have this rider included in your policy, but for others you will still need to purchase insurance. 

Visit the CSCLXT website for more information regarding obtaining PLI insurance.

Should you have any questions about your current PLI policy, contact Cowan Insurance Group at 1.800.263.8346 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Practice Testing


Council Highlights

Council has been busy over the last few months! We've had two meetings, approved the budget and annual report, and motioned to approve the new Standards of Practice for release. There were policy and bylaw amendments. In November, the nomination application process was completed resulting with Katlynn Verwoerd returning for another term, and Jill Ducherer returning as a Councillor. Council and Staff would like to thank outgoing Councillor, Terry Schlitter, for her commitment to Council and the ACCLXT. Terry's efforts and knowledge have been integral to the group over the years. We wish Terry all the best in her future endeavors.

ACCLXT 2020 Governing Council´╗┐

Nichol Roy, President

Nicole Stewart, Vice President

Katlynn Verwoerd, Councillor

Lisa George, Councillor

Heather Marston, Councillor

Jill Ducherer, Councillor

Susie Nixon, Public Member

David Ellement, Public Member

Council Highlights´╗┐

September 27, 2019

Monitoring reports were reviewed and accepted as providing reasonable interpretation and adequate evidence of compliance. The Council Budget for 2020 was approved as presented. The ACCLXT 2018 Annual Report was approved for staff to proceed to release to Stakeholders. Council made a motion to approve the Standards of Practice for release. Article 7.3 and 7.5 in the Bylaws were reviewed and motioned for amendments.

November 4, 2019

Council made policy amendments to GP7 and CMD5. The Board Planning Cycle for 2020 was reviewed and approved as presented. Council received a paper copy of the 2018 Annual Report which has been distributed to Stakeholders. Articles 3, 4, 5 and 7 in the Bylaws were reviewed and motioned for amendments.

The revised Bylaws were emailed to Registrants on November 14th. Click here to view the entire Bylaw document.