About the College
Effective April 1, the College of Paramedics will be the regulatory body for paramedics in Nova Scotia. Pursuant to the Paramedics Act, it is the duty of the College of Paramedics to serve and protect the public. The College will register and license paramedics, establish educational standards to start and continue your career as a paramedic, and investigate complaints.
All paramedics who wish to work in Nova Scotia on or after April 1st, 2017 must be registered and licensed by the College of Paramedics.
Details about the process for on-line registration are included in the March 2017 FAQ found under “Important Downloads”.Register Now Paramedic license status check
You may pay by credit card after completing the form. You have the option to pay by certified cheque, money order or bank draft. Personal cheques will not be accepted. If you are paying by one of the acceptable cheques, you may submit your payment by mail to:
College of Paramedics of Nova Scotia
380 Bedford Highway, Suite 302
Bedford, Nova Scotia
After you have completed the form, and payment has been received, you will receive email confirmation that you will be licensed by the College of Paramedics effective April 1, 2017. You will also be provided with a receipt. You should save this since your fees are income tax deductible. Payment must be received at the mailing address no later than 4:00 pm March 30. Late payment could result in your license being delayed.
Why is Self-Regulation Important?
Glen E. Randall explains it well in his article: Understanding Professional Self-Regulation.