Continuing Competence Program

Temporary Service Disruption

The first stage of the CRNS launch to our new registrant management system Alinity will occur on July 22, 2024. Effective July 17, 2024 the current Continuing Competence Program online platform will not be available. Updates will be shared once the new platform is active.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the CRNS at info@crns.ca.

The CRNS’s Continuing Competence Program (CCP) is a mandatory, ongoing program that ensures all RNs and NPs continually enhance their practice through self-directed learning. The three components of the CCP are:

  1. A self-assessment based on reflection using the current practice standards (What will I work on this year?)
  2. Development of a learning plan (How will I learn this?) Sample learning activities can be found here.
  3. An evaluation of your nursing care in your setting (How does the learning impact my practice?)

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 legally required to complete the CCP, even for a partial year. As soon as you obtain your Saskatchewan license, access the resources below and follow the instructions on initiating your self-assessment and developing your learning plan online. You will complete the evaluation just prior to registration renewal.

If you have questions or need assistance completing your CCP, contact practiceadvice@crns.ca for support and guidance.

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