Canadian Speakers

Join/Renew CAPS

Take your Speaking Career to the Next Level!

The Canadian Association of Professional Speakers is dedicated to making its members more successful in their businesses. Our members make all or part of their living “commanding the platform,” or otherwise working in the speaking industry.

If you’re speaking for a living now, membership in CAPS will connect you to the speaking community internationally, provide you access to the latest industry practices, and link you to experts and suppliers in virtually every field imaginable. You’ll benefit from being plugged into the pulse of the industry worldwide.

If you’re currently speaking as part of your job and are considering a full time career as a professional speaker, there is no better place to be. We provide programs, information, and access to fellow experts on a regular and

local basis anywhere in Canada.

If you’re just starting out on a speaking career, we have “emerging speaker “ training programs through our

Chapters across  the country. You’ll find more information here.

Suppliers have an important role in our association. If you’d like to apply for membership as a provider to the speaking industry, we invite you to fill out an application.

Here’s how to get started:

Apply today and start the process (our office is always happy to answer your questions or connect you with other members).

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As Canada’s professional speaking association, we help our members achieve a higher level of success through learning partnerships, market development, and professional accreditation. We support advancement internationally through the Global Speakers Federation.

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