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BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket (formerly PII)

Formally called the Paramedic in Industry course

BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket (formerly PII)

Formally called the Paramedic in Industry course

Candidates in possession of a current Emergency Medical Assistant (EMA) license, may apply for an OFA certificate at the appropriate level from an Authorized Training Agency.

FIRST RESPONDERS

A licensed First Responder with full schedule 1 qualifications issued by EMA licensing, can qualify for an unrestricted OFA L1 ticket. The OFA L1 will expire on the same day that the FR License expires.

A licensed First Responder with full schedule 2 qualifications issued by EMA licensing, can qualify for an unrestricted OFA L2 ticket. The OFA L2 will expire on the same day that the FR License expires.

How to obtain the OFA L1 or OFA L2 ticket for the FR schedule 1 or 2 licensee?

BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket

BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket

  1. Download, print and complete the Out of Jurisdiction Jurisprudence Package June 2018
  2. Download the digital version of the OFA L2 book
  3. Present their photo ID.
  4. To obtain certification, we will need your full name as shown on the license and license number. We need to get confirmation from BC EMALB that your certificate is not in shortfall, please email to bep@be-prepared.ca. Please do so at least 2 business days prior to your scheduled appointment.
  5. Download, print, fill out and sign a Statement of Fitness.
  6. Fill out and sign an Application for Out of Jurisdiction Certification

EMR, PCP, ACP, ITT, CPP

A licensed EMR through to CCP can apply for an unrestricted OFA L3 ticket (formally PII). The OFA L3 ticket is valid for 3 years from the date of issue (EMA License will need to be maintained).

How to obtain the OFA L3 ticket for the EMR, PCP, ACP, ITT or CCP licensee?

  1. Download, print and complete the Out of Jurisdiction Jurisprudence Package June 2018
  2. Download the digital version of the OFA L3 book
  3. Present their photo ID.

    BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket

    BC EMA Licensees - How to obtain an OFA ticket

  4. To obtain certification, we will need your full name as shown on the license and license number. We need to get confirmation from BC EMALB that your certificate is not in shortfall, please email to bep@be-prepared.ca. Please do so at least 2 business days prior to your scheduled appointment.
  5. Download, print, fill out and sign a Statement of Fitness.
  6. Fill out and sign an Application for Out of Jurisdiction Certification

*** When ready to proceed, please email us at bep@be-prepared.ca. You can also call us or fill in the contact form below. Interested parties can come in, fill out the remaining paperwork, obtain their certificate. All paperwork that is handed in, will be checked and should be found in order.  Any corrections needed or changes needed, can be made while at our location.***

 

Out of Province Paramedic License Holders

If you hold a valid paramedic license outside of British Columbia you must first contact the EMALB (Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board) and get your BC EMA license.  There is a jurisprudence exam to be done.

Once completed and you have an BC EMA license you then can follow the directions above.

 

Any questions about any of the above, please send us an email using our contact form

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