Labour mobility

Registration Information for Applicants Licensed in Another Province

  • Applicants licensed as an EMR or Paramedic in another jurisdiction or Province in Canada are licensed in Saskatchewan through Labour Mobility
    • Includes lapsed licences/registrations
    • Not a transfer of licensure. All jurisdictions operate independently 
  • 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 
  • Gap Training
  • Fees:
    • Non-refundable application fee: $100
    • Practicing licence: $520. Reduces by 25% each quarter
    • Restricted licence: no fee for restrictions relating to Labour Mobility gap training
    • 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

How to Apply

Step 1:

  • Labour Mobility form: complete the top portion of this Labour Mobility form (pdf) and e-mail it to each Canadian regulatory agency where you are currently or previously licensed. They will complete the form and send the original directly to SCoP. Do this first! This step takes the longest

Step 2:

  • Go to the Applicant Portal and select Applicants that are Licensed in another Jurisdiction
  • PLEASE NOTE: You must add “” to the safe senders list in your email account to ensure you receive all SCoP communications

Items Required:

The following item must be uploaded to your Application Form:

    • Criminal record check with vulnerable sector query, completed by a police officer within the past 6 months
      • NEW: Electronic copies are now acceptable providing a seal or other authentication is visible on the document or proof of validity can be confirmed (documents provided directly by the issuing agency are preferred). Please upload to the Character and Conduct section of your application form
      • If unable to obtain a local criminal record check, Sterling Backcheck is approved

Saskatchewan Jurisprudence

Optional Certificates

  • Mandatory Certificates – OPTIONAL
    • Educational certificates are not required for initial registration of Labour Mobility candidates, however they are required for licence renewal (October 1 – December 1)
    • This step is optional but recommended
    • NOTE: ensure your CPR certification is for BLS (Basic Life Support)


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 at time of renewal
  • Important info regarding Skills: Labour Mobility candidates must have skills assessed to renew for the first time. Find your Skills assessment form in the renewal instructions > Please note the use of Skills forms to report skills is mandatory (i.e. ITLS card is not enough to prove that Supraglottic Airways were assessed. Skills form is required.)

Submitting form and Paying Fees

  • Applications submitted from January to November: the application form will reflect the fees owed for the current year. Pay the required fees by credit card or e-transfer immediately, and watch your email for confirmation that your licence has been approved
  • Applications in December: after submitting your application, please email and confirm whether you’d like your licence to take effect immediately (practicing fee of $130, can be paid immediately) or January 1 (will need to adjust practicing fee to $520). If applying for January 1, the College will need to change the invoice amount to reflect the correct practicing fee; choose e-transfer and submit the form, then email the office  to ask for an adjusted invoice 

PLEASE NOTE: You must add “” to the safe senders list in your email account to ensure you receive all SCoP communications

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.

Licences expire on December 31 but all licences must be renewed by December 1. Late fees of $275 are applied on December 2. 

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