The New Brunswick Association of Dietitians (NBAD) establishes the education and training requirements that are required for entry into the profession of dietetics in New Brunswick. Registration with the NBAD assures the public and employers that an individual has met the academic and practical training standards as well as continuing education requirements.
Click on one of the following applicant categories which you wish to apply:
New Canadian Trained Applicant: Applicants who are graduates of a Canadian university and internship programs accredited by the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice. Qualified applicants will obtain a Temporary Membership while waiting to write the Canadian Dietetic Registration Examination.
Applicant Registered in Another Province: Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria may be registered with NBAD without further assessment through Labour Mobility as outlined in the Canadian Free Trade Agreement.
Courtesy Member Applicant: A courtesy registration may be granted for a minimum of 30 days to a maximum of 120 consecutive days for dietitians who are fully registered and in good standing with other Canadian dietetic regulatory bodies, working within the province of New Brunswick for short duration provided the applicant maintains professional standards according to NBAD regulation documents.
Dietetic Intern: Applicants who are seeking practical dietetics experience in a practice setting in New Brunswick.
Internationally Educated Applicants: Internationally educated applicants will be assessed to ensure Canadian equivalency of training and experience through the Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) process. To learn more about PLAR, click here.
Important Note: NBAD does not accommodate walk-in appointments. Please contact the Association if you require additional information.