The Saskatchewan College of Occupational Therapists (SCOT) is the governing body responsible for regulating the practice of occupational therapy in Saskatchewan. SCOT's role is to protect the public through quality regulation of occupational therapy practice in Saskatchewan.

As legislated by the Occupational Therapists Act, 1997, SCOT protects the public and ensures quality occupational therapy services in the following ways:

  1. through a registration process for all occupational therapists in Saskatchewan;

  2. through the SCOT Continuing Competency Program; and

  3. through clearly defined complaints and discipline processes to handle complaints against members.

SCOT Vision Statement

Saskatchewan residents receive quality occupational therapy services.

SCOT Mission Statement

To protect the public by regulating occupational therapists in Saskatchewan to provide safe, ethical, and competent care.