Non-practicing registrants and former registrants looking to return to practice (reinstate) are able to do so. Requirements, as listed below, vary depending on the number of year since Full Registration with CDBC was last held.

Within 3 years

  • Create an online application and pay reinstatement application fee.
  • Within your CDBC application, authorize and pay for a criminal record check (CRC). This check will be done through the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General. 
  • Provide evidence of successfully meeting the Continuing Competence Program (CCP) requirement for reinstatement. Refer to Q16 of the Registration Q&A and to the CCP Reinstatement Video.
  • Complete the Jurisprudence exam.
  • Submit a notarized Statutory Declaration.
  • Apply for Restricted Activities (if required).
  • Pay Registration Fees.

Between 3 and 6 years

  • Create an online application and pay reinstatement application fee.
  • Write and successfully complete the CDRE.
  • Complete the Jurisprudence exam.
  • Within your CDBC application, authorize and pay for a criminal record check (CRC). This check will be done through the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
  • Submit a notarized Statutory Declaration.
  • Apply for Restricted Activities (if required).
  • Pay Registration Fees.

After 6 years

  • Be assessed by the Registration Committee for currency in dietetic skills, knowledge, abilities and judgement. Including online case studies, practical interview, academic and/or practical training upgrading determined by the Registration Committee.
  • Write and successfully complete the CDRE.
  • Create an online application and pay reinstatement application fee.
  • Within your CDBC application, authorize and pay for a criminal record check (CRC). This check will be done through the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
  • Complete the Jurisprudence exam.
  • Submit a notarized Statutory Declaration.
  • Apply for Restricted Activities (if required).
  • Pay Registration Fees.