Alberta Registered Dietitian and Dietetic Technician Requirements
According to Alberta’s provincial licensing board, the College of Dietitians of Alberta, the listed criteria to be completed in order to practice nutrition and dietetics in the province of Alberta are as follows:
- Completion of an accredited academic education program as indicated by the CDA
- Completion of an accredited College of Dietitians of Alberta program of practical training
- Successfully completion of the examination administered by the CDA
- Continuing education requirements as indicated by the CDA, as well as any additional necessary requirements
Alberta Provincial Dietetic Programs
The following programs listed here have been created by residents of the State of Alberta to promote Nutrition, Dietetics and the benefits of Nutrition science to the people within the province.
Each of these agencies can be contacted specifically for more information.
College of Dietitians of Alberta
The role of the CDA is to regulate the dietetic industry, protecting both the public and practicing dietitians. There are currently over 900 highly qualified Registered Dietitians & Registered Nutritionists practicing in Alberta.
740, 10707 – 100 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3M1
Health Sciences Association of Alberta
The HSAA is a labour union charged with upholding the standards given by the federal government to the public and private health care sectors of the province, representing the over 18,000 employees of the province’s health care system.
10212 - 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 1M4
Alberta Health Services
The AHS mission is to provide a quality health care system that works for each and every resident in the province. AHS representatives work to ensure that all residents of Alberta have access to the highest quality health care possible at all times.
700 Manulife Place 10180 - 101 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3S4
(780 ) 342-2000