Category: Registration Renewal

LPNs renewing registration by Dec 31 to work in 2019

It’s the final days of registration renewal for 2019 for the CLPNA’s members before the December 31 deadline. Members may begin the 2019 Registration Renewal application by logging into to myCLPNA.com. RELATED – Registration Renewal Don’t get Fined; Renew on Time Only those individuals with a current CLPNA Practice Permit are authorized to work as an…

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For LPNs, Registration Renewal for 2019 starts Oct 1

Annual Registration Renewal begins October 1, 2018 for CLPNA members wanting an Active Practice Permit for 2019. LPNs are asked to renew before the December 1 deadline to receive the lowest registration fee. Registrants completing renewal for an Active Practice Permit before November 1 will be entered in a draw for $350. Notices will be…

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Speedier, integrated service for Criminal Record Checks required by CLPNA

The College of Licensed Practical Nurses (CLPNA) has partnered with Sterling Talent Solutions to complete Criminal Record Checks through myBackCheck.com. MyBackCheck is a quick and easy to use online service that provides CLPNA applicants with a more cost-effective way of obtaining Criminal Record Checks. Those required to submit a Criminal Record Check only pay a…

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Early Renewal Contest: $350 Prize Draw

Members, complete your 2018 Registration Renewal for an Active Practice Permit by November 1, 2017 to be entered in our draw to win $350! The winner’s name will be drawn in mid-November and will be publically announced. RELATED – Registration Renewal Prize is equivalent to an Active Registration Renewal Fee.

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December 1: Deadline for Registration Renewal for 2017

The 2017 Registration Renewal deadline of December 1 is closing in on Alberta’s 14,000 Licensed Practical Nurses. Most LPNs must complete a Registration Renewal Application in order to practice as a nurse in 2017. Higher fees after December 1 LPNs choosing to renew after December 1 will pay an increased fee of $400. CLPNA Council hopes…

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Annual Registration Renewal for 2017 begins for most Alberta LPNs

Alberta’s 14,000 Licensed Practical Nurses have until December 1, 2016 to complete and submit their annual Registration Renewal in order to practice as a nurse in 2017. Notices are sent October 1 to the majority of CLPNA members who hold an Active Practice Permit or an Associate (non-practicing) Membership. Members who did not receive a…

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How to build your Learning Plan for Registration Renewal

Each year, as part of annual Registration Renewal, Licensed Practical Nurses participate in the Continuing Competency Program (CCP) by building a Learning Plan for the coming year, and reporting on learning from the current year. Prepare for Registration Renewal using our 5-Step Model and watching our video, “Get Ready for 2017 Registration Renewal”. VIDEO: Get Ready…

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Trust Comes First in Pediatric Home Care – CARE Magazine

DOWNLOAD ISSUE “Imagine that the life of your child does depend on expert healthcare – not just once, not twice, but many times each day.” Our feature article, “Trust Comes First”, shows Licensed Practical Nurses providing both complex bedside care and strong management skills behind the scenes at CareGivers Home Health Care in Edmonton. Discover the…

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CLPNA closed for week of Christmas plus Holiday Hours

The office of the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta will be closed for Christmas week and other holiday dates. To contact CLPNA during business hours, email info@clpna.com, or call 780-484-8886 or 1-800-661-5877 (toll free in Alberta). Regular Office Hours Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm MST/MDT 2015 CLPNA Holiday Hours Christmas Week December…

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