Do you provide vocational rehabilitation services to customers injured in a car crash? Here are a few things you need to know.
ICBC may fund vocational rehabilitation services to assist customers when they are unable to return to their previous employment due to injuries sustained in a car accident.
To be eligible for direct billing, vocational rehabilitation service providers must meet and maintain the
requirements to be an approved vendor.
To apply for a vendor number, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for an application package.
To change business information on your vendor account, such as an address, phone number or email, please follow the steps in
ICBC vendor account updates.
add a practitioner to a vendor account. Review the guidelines and requirements for applying to add practitioners to an existing vendor account.
Invoicing and reporting
Vocational rehabilitation providers must submit reports to
Invoices for services that are not associated with a report must be submitted using the vocational rehabilitation services invoice to
Vocational services provided without the prior approval of ICBC may not be covered. In the case of a no-show, the service provider's no-show and cancellation policies should apply. ICBC will not pay for no-shows.
Fee table for crashes on or after May 1, 2021:
|Transferrable skills analysis||CVRP-TSA, CCVE, ICVE||$1200|
|Vocational evaluation||CCVE, ICVE||$2200|
|Supported job search||CVRP, CCVE, ICVE, RTWDM||$120 per hour|
Note: ICBC does not reimburse travel or mileage costs.
Fee table for crashes before May 1, 2021:
- Date of Treatment: April 1, 2019, or later:
|Vocational rehabilitation by professionals with a
- master's degree with courses in rehabilitation, or
- doctorate degree with courses in rehabilitation
- $100 per hour for a master's degree, or
- $145 per hour for a doctorate degree
|50 percent of the hourly rate for professional services, up to a maximum of 60 minutes total per treatment session|
Note: ICBC does not reimburse travel or mileage costs when the date of treatment was March 31, 2019, or earlier.
Vocational Rehabilitation professionals are expected to assess clients and determine their rehabilitation plans in accordance with the guidelines and practice standards of their college.
Service providers information session (May 3, 2023)