Registration | BC

Register for a BC course through my workplace or organization

If you work with one of the following organizations, you may have access to a seat in a San’yas course that has already been paid for. You can register online using your workplace email:

  • Provincial Health Services Authority 
  • Interior Health Authority
  • Fraser Health Authority
  • Vancouver Island Health Authority
  • Ministry of Health 

If you work in Rural Subsidiary Agreement (RSA) Community, you may be eligible to have the cost of your course reimbursed by the Rural Education Action Plan (REAP). Bursaries of up to $500 are available for specialists, general practitioners, UBC residents (including family practice in rural training program participants, IMGs, psychiatry), and UBC medical students who work or train in RSA communities. Steps to register:

  1. Register by purchasing a training voucher here. You will be emailed a link to complete the course registration once your purchase has been approved.
  2. Complete the course as instructed.
  3. After completing the course, fill out the REAP San’yas ICS Program Application and Claim Form. Submit this form and supporting documents to the REAP office.
Register for a BC course as an individual

If your workplace or organization does not cover the cost of your training, you can register online.

Note: Online registration works for single-seat purchases only. If you wish to register a group of people, please contact the San’yas registration team via email.

 

If you self-identify as Indigenous, live in BC, and do not have cost coverage for registration (e.g., your workplace/organization will not fund your seat, or if the cost is preventing you from signing up), you may have access to funding alternatives. You can find out more or register via email.

 

You can also learn more about our course options for Indigenous participants. 

Registration | Manitoba

Register for a San’yas - MICST course through my workplace or organization

If you are an employee of Shared Health you can inquire with your manager about how to access MICST or click here https://wrha.mb.ca/indigenous-health/cultural-initiatives/micst/

Register for a San’yas – MICST course as an individual

For Individual and Group purchases and registration please email IndigenousHealthMICST@wrha.mb.ca

 

If you self-identify as Indigenous and do not have cost coverage for registration (e.g., your workplace/organization will not fund your seat, or if the cost is preventing you from signing up), you may have access to funding alternatives. You can find out more or register via email

 

You can also learn more about our course options for Indigenous participants. 

Registration | Ontario

Register for an Ontario course through my workplace or organization

If you work for an organization funded by Ontario Health, you may have access to a seat in a San’yas course that has already been paid for.  In this case you will be registered by your organization. Please contact your manager for more information or email the Ontario Registrar at leresha.lickers@phsa.ca

Register for an Ontario course as an individual

If your workplace or organization does not cover the cost of your training, you can register online or register via email leresha.lickers@phsa.ca. Note: Online registration works for single-seat purchases only. If you wish to register a group of people, please contact the San’yas registration team via email leresha.lickers@phsa.ca.

 

If you self-identify as Indigenous and do not have cost coverage for registration (e.g., your workplace/organization will not fund your seat, or if the cost is preventing you from signing up), you may have access to funding alternatives. You can find out more or register via email.

 

You can also learn more about our course options for Indigenous participants. 

Registration | Other Provinces

Register for an Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, national course as an individual

Anyone can enroll in a San’yas course. You do not have to live in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, or Canada. Our registration team will help you choose the course that is right for you. We usually recommend that people choose the course offered by the province that is geographically nearest to them. You can learn more or register via email.