Registration information for new graduates

  • New Graduates have never licensed as a paramedic or EMR anywhere in Canada
    • Must complete educational program within the last 2 years
      • Between 2 and 5 years, refresher course required
      • Over 5 years, program must be retaken
    • List of approved programs >   
  • Available licence levels are Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Primary Care Paramedic (PCP), Advanced Care Paramedic (ACP), and Critical Care Paramedic (CCP)
  • Community Paramedic (CP) endorsement is available to all Paramedic levels 
  • Licensing exam: New Graduates who have not yet passed a licensing exam can apply for a Practicing licence and a Restriction, and work under direct supervision. 
  • Applicable Fees:
    • Non-refundable application fee: $50
    • Practicing licence for 2020: $510. Reduces by 25% each quarter
    • Restricted licence (optional): $100 + practicing fee and application fee
    • Licensing exam fee (optional): $500 for EMR; $650 + PST for PCP or ACP paid directly to COPR 
    • Pay by Visa or Mastercard when applying online. You may also pay by money order, certified cheque, employer cheque, or e-transfer (to No personal cheques.


Original documents required by mail

  • Criminal record check with vulnerable sector query, completed by a police officer within the past 6 months
  • Transcript (PCP, ACP and CCP only, including Community Paramedic Endorsement).

Upload digital copies (if you have them) to the online application form, and send the originals to:
Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
205 – 3775 Pasqua Street
Regina SK  S4S 6W8

Applications for licensure are approved within 2 business days of receipt of all requirements. Send these documents by mail first. This step takes the longest.

Apply Online

Items required: 

  • Educational certificate or diploma
  • Mandatory Certificates:


ITLS or PHTLS – Basic

ITLS or PHTLS -Advanced
PALS or PEPP Advanced

ITLS or PHTLS -Advanced
PALS or PEPP Advanced

    • All certificates must be current and not expired
  • Saskatchewan Jurisprudence
    • As part of your online application, you will be required to sign a declaration that you understand the Saskatchewan Legislation framework and protocols for your scope of practice based on reading the following:

This reading includes your annual renewal requirements. Please ensure that you have read and understand these documents before submitting your application.

Your Licence

When you are approved, your information will be updated on the Online Registry, and your Member Licence and Wallet Card will be available from Your Account.

All licences must be renewed each year by December 1. 

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