To practice or volunteer as an EMR or paramedic in Saskatchewan, get a licence from the College, also known as SCoP, after completing an educational program and passing a licensing exam. Applicants who have not yet passed a licensing exam may become licensed and practice with a Restriction.
For detailed instructions on how to obtain a licence, visit the links listed below or on the left side of this page.
New Graduates have never licensed as a paramedic or EMR anywhere in Canada
Applicants licensed or registered as an EMR or Paramedic in another jurisdiction or province in Canada are licensed in Saskatchewan through Labour Mobility.
Applicants trained outside of Canada must complete an eligibility assessment with Canadian Organization of Paramedic Regulators (COPR) prior to applying for a licence to practice.
The Community Paramedic endorsement is available to any paramedic level.
Current members who have recently completed a paramedic program at a level higher than their current licence level are eligible for a student restricted licence.