The Alberta College
of Paramedics

Regulating the Paramedic Profession
Together in the Service of Albertans

The Alberta College
of Paramedics

Regulating the Paramedic Profession Together in the Service of Albertans

2024 ANNUAL MEMBERS’ MEETING

Members can register and view a recording of the 2024 AMM for 6 CE credits until September 30.

APPROVED
PROGRAMS

Paramedicine education programs in Alberta must meet standards and teach to the requirements set by the College.

REGISTRATION
REQUIREMENTS

Practitioners must fulfill the registration requirements to hold an active practice permit.

COMPLAINTS & CONDUCT

This process begins with a complaint about a regulated member, and continues through a thorough review process.

HEARING DECISIONS
& AGREEMENTS

As per College policy, hearing tribunal decisions under Part 4 of the Health Professions Act are posted on this site for a minimum of five years, beginning January 1, 2018.

MENTAL HEALTH
RESOURCES

The College has compiled a list of mental health resources for members. Seeking help as soon as you identify an issue is important.

A Regulated Health Profession

The Alberta College of Paramedics serves the interests of the public and public safety by enforcing regulations and upholding Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. As paramedics achieve higher levels of performance, proficiency and care, we gain greater ground together.

Together with practitioners, schools, employers and government, we are advancing the paramedic profession.