You will still need to complete a renewal application for
each registration you want to maintain. We’re working on making this easier for you, but our current system still processes each application separately.
For the time being, you will continue to pay a separate
registration fee for each designation. This is because the costs associated with assessing your application, and regulating you as a registrant in that designation, have not yet been integrated.
If you hold practising
RN and RPN registration, you will only pay for
CNPS professional liability protection once.
The practice hours requirement for each designation remains unchanged:
Hours counted should be specific to the registration you are renewing (e.g. If you are renewing your LPN registration, you should only be counting hours worked in LPN scope), as you always have.
The primary employer should be the employer that you work with most in the designation you are renewing (e.g. If you are renewing your RPN registration, list the employer that you work for the most in an RPN role).