Practice reviews are now being conducted on RTAg and PAg members of AIA. These practice reviews are completed by senior, experienced AIA members and are only completed where detailed practice standards exist. The reviews are completed to ensure that the member has chosen at least one practice area (a maximum of five is allowed), has assessed themselves against the new detailed practice standards in their chosen practice area(s) and has sufficient work experience for each practice area to enable independent practice as a professional. The practice reviews will offer constructive comments to assist and enhance a member’s practice and will not be punitive. Members are selected on a random basis for practice reviews. Members who are selected for a review will be provided a minimum 45 day notice of a pending practice review and instruction about the review.

Click HERE to view the Practice Review Protocol.
Click HERE to view the Information Checklist used by AIA.

Practice reviews will be conducted on those members who are registered in another province and who are accepted as a transfer or dual member in to AIA. The practice reviews will be conducted the year after the member’s acceptance into AIA. These practice reviews are completed by senior, experienced AIA members and are based on existing detailed practice standards. The reviews are completed to ensure that the transfer or dual member has chosen a practice area, has assessed themselves against the new detailed practice standards in their chosen practice area and has sufficient work experience for each practice area to enable independent practice as a professional. The practice reviews will offer constructive comments and guidance to assist and enhance a member’s practice and are not punitive. Transfer or dual members who are selected for a review will be provided a minimum 45 day notice of a pending practice review and instruction about the review. 

Click HERE to view the Practice Review Protocol.
Click HERE to view the Information Checklist used by AIA.