Licensing Services for IEHPs

The licensing process can be complex, and involve several steps and multiple organizations. Advisors at the Access Centre are experts in the licensing process and have the most up-to-date information. They will work with you one-on-one, help you build an action plan, and be your guide throughout the process.

Some of the services include:

  • Centralized access to information and advice for all regulated health professions;
  • On-site reference materials and resources;
  • Referral to relevant organizations and community resources;
  • Information and referrals for retraining and bridge-training programs;
  • One-on-one counselling, information sessions and orientation to examinations;
  • Referral to education and assessment programs to provide timely access to the best services available, as close to home as possible.

All of the services are free of charge.


If you have previously registered as a client and are seeking services offered to registered clients or have questions regarding any aspect of the licensure process, please send an e-mail to

Not registered? Sign up today!

Become an Access Centre Client

Are you an internationally educated health professional - but not registered/licensed to work in Ontario?

Learn how you can move forward with your career in Ontario, Canada. Sign up with the Access Centre today.

We will ask you some questions about your previous education and experience which will help us understand how best to assist you.

If you have completed this registration form in the past, you do not need to register again. If you are not sure whether you should complete this form, send an email to

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Information Sessions

Information sessions bring together groups of internationally educated health professions with a common goal. These sessions focus on various aspects of the registration process. Learn more.

Orientation to Canadian Health Care System Course

If you are interested in acquiring a better understanding of the Canadian health care system, an orientation course is offered by the University of Toronto. Learn more.