Scheduling your Licensing Examination

Course Certificates/Transcripts

As per the EMA Regulation Section 2(c)(ii), all candidates must successfully complete all of the required licensing examinations within 12 months of completing their training program. If a candidate has not completed their examinations within the required time frame, their examination file will be closed without exception.

To limit the delay in the examination process, EMR certificates may be received directly from the candidate under the following circumstances:

  • The training institution has an online platform where EMALB can verify the certificate; or
  • The training institution delivers the course roster, at the time of course completion, to EMALB (getanexam@gov.bc.ca) listing the candidates, the date of completion and pass/fail.

Certificates are not required when scheduling exams where training is not required (for example: remedial exams, continuing competence, some reinstatements, some suspension removals, etc.), or from licensed out of province applicants scheduling the jurisprudence exam.

The following chart describes what examinations you must successfully complete for your licence category; no examinations will be scheduled until program completion has been verified by a recognized training institution.

Examination Requirements

Licence Category

Examination Instructions

EMR

  • Jurisprudence exam
  • Written exam
  • Practical exam
  1. Read the BC provincial examination guidelines for PCPs and EMRs
  2. Follow the instructions on page 75 to schedule your exams

PCP

(including SAR TECH)

  • Jurisprudence exam
  • COPR Entry to Practice written exam
  • Practical exam
  1. Read the BC provincial examination guidelines for PCPs and EMRs
  2. Follow the instructions on page 78 to schedule your exams

ACP

  • Jurisprudence exam
  • COPR Entry to Practice written exam

CCP

  • Jurisprudence exam
  1. Submit electronically the Request for Evaluation form.
  2. Obtain a BCeID. Please use only lowercase characters in your BCeID username. (If you already have a BCeID and password you may skip this step.)
  3. Please use your BCeID username and password to create a new account in the online learning system here (it may take up to 2 weeks to be granted access)
  4. Review the Applicant Guide to the B.C. Jurisprudence Examination