Frequently Asked Questions

All B.C. educators with a valid school email address can take the EASE courses.

Go to the EASE registration page on the Healthy Minds BC website, fill out the registration form, and click the ‘Submit’ button. Please note that in order for your registration request to be approved, you must provide a valid B.C. school district, independent school or First Nations’ email address.

If you are a B.C. educator with an independent or First Nations’ school and do not have a school email address, please email MCF.EverydayAnxietyStrategiesforEducators@gov.bc.ca for registration support.

No, you only need to fill out the registration form one time. Once your registration request has been approved you can access all of the EASE courses, including the French translation, Apaiser l’Anxiété : Interventions et stratégies pour les éducateurs/trices (AISE).

It may take up to one business day for registration requests to be reviewed.

Once approved, you will receive an email from the site administrator with log in instructions. Then you can log in to the My Courses page using the username and password created when you registered and begin any of the EASE courses. Please note that this automated email may end up in your junk/spam email folder, so please check there.

Currently, only B.C. educators with a valid school email address are eligible to take the EASE online courses. Check that you used your school/district email address to register.
If you are an educator with an independent or First Nations’ school and do not have a school email address, please email MCF.EverydayAnxietyStrategiesforEducators@gov.bc.ca for registration support.

The EASE courses were designed for B.C. educators. The only EASE resources open to the public are the EASE at Home activities. These EASE activities were adapted for use by parents and caregivers and are available for viewing and download on the Healthy Minds BC website.

EASE Everyday Anxiety Strategies for Educators

The system has a maximum number of three log in attempts. Once three attempts have been made, users will be locked out of the system for 15 minutes. Additional log in attempts can be made after 15 minutes. If three more unsuccessful attempts are made after the 15 minute period, users will be locked out of the system for 24 hours. 

Use the “Lost your password?” link on the EASE Log in page. Enter the email address you used to register for the course and a Password Reset email will be sent to you. Follow the instructions in the email to update your password.

This automated email may end up in your junk/spam email folder. If you cannot find it, email MCF.EverydayAnxietyStrategiesforEducators@gov.bc.ca for support.

You can enter and leave any of the courses whenever you wish and as often as needed. You can still access the course after you complete it.

If you are taking an EASE course independently, there is no need to cancel your registration. You can take the course(s) any time you wish.

If you have also registered for a facilitated EASE session with your school district, this registration process is managed by your district, not the Healthy Minds BC website. Please contact your school district contact (trainer) to cancel your district session registration. You can remain registered in the EASE course and independently work through it at a later date.

Yes — EASE is available to all B.C. educators. The EASE lessons were developed for use by classroom teachers, although they can easily be adapted for use by school counsellors, administrators and support staff.

EASE K–7 lesson plans are available for download at the end of the course in English and French.

EASE 8–12 classroom resources are available for download throughout the course and as a package at the end of the course.

There are two online courses available: one for grades K–7 and the other for grades 8–12. Both courses are also available in French.

No, all EASE courses are available free of charge for BC Educators.

Once you have completed an EASE course, you will see a “Print Your Certificate” button on the final page of the course.

The average completion time is approximately three hours — however, completion times may vary based on learning styles and degree of interaction.

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