Become an Authorized Training Provider


Energy Safety Canada's network of Authorized Training Providers ensure workers in Canada's oil and gas industry have access to a quality training experience. Energy Safety Canada will only be accepting/approving applications from organizations within North America.

If you are already an Energy Safety Canada Authorized Training Provider and want to add an additional course to your current application please submit the ATP Additional Course Request Form to Evaluations@EnergySafetyCanada.com - there is no fee for this application. 

To become an ATP, download and complete the Authorized Training Provider Application.

In order to properly complete the application form:

  1. Carefully read the information found on this page
  2. Fill out the application form in its entirety by carefully following the process steps detailed on the first page of the application form
  3. Email the application form along with all relevant documents to Evaluations@EnergySafetyCanada.com
  4. Call 403 516 8075 to pay the application fee

If your application is approved, you will be invited to submit additional documents (as outlined in section 7 (e) through (i) of the application form), and call 403 516 8075 to pay the ATP Maintenance Fee.

Once all of the required documents and payment have been received, the Authorized Training Provider Agreement will be sent to you. Once Energy Safety Canada also signs, you will receive a copy of a fully executed agreement. At this stage the Authorized Training Provider status will be granted under your company account in our system and your company name and telephone contact number will appear on the online ATP List on the Energy Safety Canada website

Maintenance Fee

Authorized Training Providers will be required to pay the Maintenance Fee annually. Energy Safety Canada will diligently support the network of Authorized Training Providers who deliver its courses to industry workers. The ATP Maintenance Fee supports Energy Safety Canada's ability to:

  • Deliver periodic facility reviews
  • Conduct Instructor evaluations at ATP locations
  • Timely response to ATP inquiries
  • Continuing quality assurance initiative
  • Efficient course certification processing and student services
  • Course document submission support
  • Resources for Instructor training and development
  • Fraudulent ticket investigation and follow-up with legal services
  • Ensuring that all ATPs are held to the same set of standards
  • Consistent, clear and timely communication regarding changes in policy, standards or materials
  • Course material development and updating
  • Provision for ATP Portal on the Energy Safety Canada website with documents, policies and resources

Supporting Documents

These documents are necessary for completing the application process. It is recommended that you look through these documents before determining if becoming an Authorized Training Provider is right for you. If you have any questions about the Authorized Training Provider application process please forward them to Evaluations@EnergySafetyCanada.com



When reviewing applications, Energy Safety Canada will take into account the following:

  • Has the submitted application been completed?
  • Are Certified Instructors currently available in the region to instruct courses?
  • Is the region sufficiently serviced by Authorized Training Providers?
  • What is the historical business relationship between the applicant and Energy Safety Canada/Enform/OSSA?
  • Are the declared facilities and equipment suitable for the courses identified on the application?
  • What is the organization's experience delivering adult education? 

Energy Safety Canada may require additional information on a case by case basis depending on the details within a submitted application. In some instances, a facility inspection or personal interview may be required before an approval decision can be made. 



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