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​The BCCNM Registration Committee will review your proposal and either approve, deny, or defer a decision pending additional information. You must have committee approval prior to completing a Supervised Practice Experience (SPE). Learn more about how to apply.

Practice limitations

If your proposal is approved, a provisional registration application form and payment form will be emailed to you. Complete these forms and return them to BCCNM. You may not start your SPE until you receive an email from BCCNM confirming your provisional status.

Provisional registration will include the condition that you may only practice at the facility approved for the purpose of completing the SPE.

SPE evaluation

Form 90: SPE Evaluation Form enables your employer and preceptor to provide feedback and suggest additional goals or objectives to address learning needs and evaluate whether you are meeting BCCNM's professional standards.

Once you have completed the SPE, request the sponsoring employer/agency to complete and submit the SPE Practice Evaluation form directly to BCCNM at​. 

Next steps

Once the completed documents are​ received, BCCNM will review to ensure you successfully implemented your learning plan and demonstrated that you met the professional standards.  We will then assess your eligibility for practising registration, ensuring you have met all other registration requirements, and contact you regarding your next step.​

 Evaluation form

900 – 200 Granville St
Vancouver, BC  V6C 1S4

​Toll-free 1.866.880.7101 (within Canada only) ​

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