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Invoicing for training and education services

Training and education service providers can invoice us online through My Provider Services or by mail or fax. The sponsorship or authorization letter you receive from us outlines specific invoicing requirements. Following these instructions will help us pay you sooner.

Before delivering services, be sure you have our approval. We'll send it to you in a tuition sponsorship letter or a vendor invoice authorization letter. These documents include the client's details, a listing of approved courses, and contact information for the vocational rehabilitation consultant who made the referral.

The fastest and easiest way to submit your invoices and supporting documents to us is through My Provider Services. You can also use this online portal to save draft invoices, attach additional documents to your invoice, get confirmation when we receive an invoice, and see status and payment details.

To get started, you’ll need to set up an online services account with us. To learn more, watch this video for instructions on setting up your My Provider Services account.

Log in or create an account

You also have the option to fax or mail your invoice to us. Our fax number and mailing address appear at the top of the invoice template.

Please submit your invoice within 90 days of service delivery. Contact our Payment Services team with any invoicing questions.

If you’re sending an invoice by fax or mail, we encourage you to use our Vocational Rehabilitation Services External Provider Invoice — Generic Form 65D5. All of its mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk. Please double check that these fields are filled in before you submit your invoice.

If you choose to use your own form, please clearly label the information. For example, the client's eight-digit claim number must be preceded with the label "Claim number," so that we know what it is.

To protect the privacy of clients, please submit a separate invoice for each client.

Be sure to include the following information on your invoices:

Information required


Invoice number

This allows you to check the status of your invoice online

Invoice date

Make sure your invoice is not post-dated

Payee number

Your payee number, or vendor number, is listed in the authorization letter we sent you

GST registration number

Only if applicable

Postal code

Your postal code

Worker’s name
Worker’s date of birth
WorkSafeBC claim #

Name of service recipient
Date of birth of service recipient
Claim number of service recipient

Service information


Date of service

Include this for each line item in your invoice. For tuition and fees, use the invoice date. For books and supplies, use the date the client received the items from you. This date must not be after the invoice date.

Fee item description

This is listed in the authorization letter we sent you

Fee codes

These are listed in the authorization letter we sent you

Item amount

The amount billed must not exceed the approved cost in the authorization letter we sent you

Taxes (GST and PST)

Indicate if GST and PST apply next to each line item. Indicate either the GST or PST amount for each invoice item, or use an indicator such as a “G” for GST and a “P” for PST if it applies to the item.