B-1, r. 13 - Regulation respecting the training, skill and knowledge evaluation, accreditation and discipline of stenographers

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1. A stenographer accreditation is granted by the Comité sur la sténographie to a candidate who
(1)  has passed the examination of the Comité sur la sténographie provided for in Division II or has passed the theoretical test of the examination and holds a legal authorization to practise stenography issued by the competent authority of the province of Alberta, Ontario or Saskatchewan, or a Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Achievement of the British Columbia Shorthand Reporters Association;
(2)  has not been convicted by a Canadian or foreign court of a criminal offence which, in the opinion of the committee, is related to the practice of stenography, unless the candidate has been granted a pardon;
(3)  has paid the assessment prescribed by section 11; and
(4)  has taken the oath of office before a judge of the Superior Court.
For a holder who has passed the examination of the Comité sur la sténographie referred to in Division II, the accreditation must state, in particular, whether the examination was in French or in English, as well as whether the method used in the stenography examination was stenography, stenotypy or stenomask. The accreditation must state, for the holder of a legal authorization to practise stenography issued by the competent authority of the province of Alberta, Ontario or Saskatchewan, or a Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Achievement of the British Columbia Shorthand Reporters Association, the language and the method recognized by thelegal authorization or the certificate.
The accreditation is valid for the methods and languages indicated thereon.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 1; 753-2016O.C. 753-2016, s. 2.
1. A stenographer certificate is issued by the Comité sur la sténographie to a candidate who
(1)  has passed the examination referred to in Division II;
(2)  has not been convicted by a Canadian or foreign court of a criminal offence which, in the opinion of the committee, is related to the practice of stenography, unless the candidate has been granted a pardon;
(3)  has paid the assessment prescribed by section 11; and
(4)  has taken the oath of office before a judge of the Superior Court.
The certificate must state, in paraticular, whether the examination was in French or in English, as well as whether the method used in the stenography examination was stenography, stenotypy or stenomask. The certificate is valid only for the method indicated thereon.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 1.