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Become a Certified Instructor

Energy Safety Canada instructors take pride in delivering nationally-recognized training courses. Our instructors have on-the-job experience and diverse backgrounds to help students take knowledge from the classroom back to the work site.

Become an instructor and use your experience in the energy industry to help workers get home safe every day.

Who do we need?

We need people with experience in drilling, well servicing, hoisting and rigging to teach the following courses:

  • Wellhead Boom Truck Operator
  • Well Service Blowout Prevention
  • Coiled Tubing Blowout Prevention
  • First Line Supervisor Blowout Prevention
  • Second Line Supervisor Well Control

What's In it for you

Where we need you

No teaching experience? No problem!
We train you and get you classroom ready.
Base your hours around your schedule.
Competitive pay whether part- or full-time.


Instructor Application Process

To become a Certified Instructor, you must be sponsored by an Authorized Training Provider (ATP). The sponsored applicant may be a staff member or a contract instructor.

The ATP must demonstrate a business need as part of their request for an application and accompanied using the ATP Instructor Referral Form (there is no fee applied to the referral form).

ATP sponsorship does not guarantee that an application will be accepted. 

Please find an Authorized Training Provider in your area. Alternatively, you may explore applying for your company to Become an Authorized Training Provider

Application fees

An application fee is due once a full application is submitted. Please review the Instructor Training Pathway for more information. 

The application fee of $250 and all subsequent instructor training costs may be paid by the applicant or the Authorized Training Provider.

Energy Safety Canada Instructor Application Guide

Once you receive the application documents (both Instructor General Application and course specific) from your ATP you will be provided with the following documents. Once they are completed they can be emailed to Evaluations@EnergySafetyCanada.com:

  • General Application
  • Course Specific Application Appendix
  • 2 Professional Reference Questionnaires
  • Copies of current certificates as indicated in the course specific application appendix

It is recommended that you look through the guides below before determining if becoming a Certified Instructor is right for you.

Current Certified Instructors may ask a current ATP to sponsor them to instruct additional ESC courses for no additional application fee.