Continuing Competence Program

The CRNS’s Continuing Competence Program (CCP) is a mandatory, ongoing education program that ensures all RNs and NPs are continually enhancing their practice through self-directed learning. Every RN and NP must complete the CCP annually as part of the requirements to hold a license to practice registered nursing in Saskatchewan. All RNs and NPs are required by law to complete the CCP, even for a partial year.

The CRNS’s Continuing Competence Program consists of 4 components:

Frequently Asked CCP Questions

CCP Program Review


CCP Audit

Throughout the year, the CRNS randomly selects RNs and NPs to submit various parts of their Continuing Competence Program to demonstrate successful completion of the program. Audits are reviewed by RN peers and provide constructive feedback on the submitted documents. Any RN or NP who has not successfully completed the CCP cannot practice registered nursing in Saskatchewan.

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