Category: Registration Renewal

Didn’t renew? How to reinstate registration for 2015

On December 31, 2014 at midnight, annual Registration Renewal for CLPNA members was closed. Those who did not renew and require an Active Practice Permit for 2015 must contact CLPNA for a “Reinstatement Application Form” and submit it with payment. Allow a minimum of 5 business days for processing. Incomplete packages are returned by mail…

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CLPNA office closed Christmas Week

The CLPNA office is closed for extended hours this holiday season, including the week of Christmas. 2014 Holiday Hours Holiday Date Office Hours Christmas Week December 22-26 CLOSED New Year’s Eve December 31 8:30am – 2:00pm MST New Year’s Day January 1, 2015 CLOSED Regular Office Hours Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm MST Contact…

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2 ways for employers to verify LPN registration

To ensure Licensed Practical Nurse employees are able to practice for 2015, Alberta employers are strongly encouraged to confirm employee’s registration status between December 2-31. The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) provides two methods to verify an LPN’s: Name CLPNA Registration Number Current & future Practice Permit expiry date LPN specialties (immunization,…

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Dec 31 expiry for LPN Practice Permits; Renewal for 2015 urged

The CLPNA is encouraging remaining LPNs to complete their 2015 Registration Renewal as quickly as possible before the December 31. If they don’t renew, they will not be able to practice nursing in 2015 without additional delays, fees and paperwork. After December 31, 2014, online Registration Renewal will no longer be available. After that date,…

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Contest winners are rewarded

The winner of the CLPNA’s Ready, Set, Win! Contest prize of $350 is Melissa Lauzon, LPN. Her entry was randomly selected from all those who completed a 2015 Registration Renewal Application before November 1 for an Active Practice Permit. There were 5 winners for the 5 Minute Communications Survey contest. The following LPNs were randomly…

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December 1 is deadline for 2015 Registration Renewal

Thousands of Licensed Practical Nurses have already completed their 2015 Registration Renewal application, and the CLPNA encourages the remaining nurses to complete theirs by the December 1 deadline. Because of the deadline, the final days in November tend to be the busiest for the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA). Members are strongly…

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Contest encourages LPNs to “Renew Early & Win $350*”

A $350 incentive awaits Licensed Practical Nurses who complete their Registration Renewal by November 1 for an Active Practice Permit with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA). Those eligible will be automatically entered in the contest. The CLPNA strongly encourages all members to renew as early as possible to receive the lowest…

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Webinar: Making 2015 Registration Renewal & Continuing Competency Program Easy

Walk-through the 2015 Registration Renewal process, especially as it relates to the Continuing Competency Program (CCP), at our upcoming webinar scheduled for multiple dates in October and November: “Making 2015 Registration Renewal & Continuing Competency Program Easy”. Sign up for the webinar to hear and gets answers about: How to complete Registration Renewal How to…

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Annual Registration Renewal for 2015 begins Oct 1

Starting October 1, most Licensed Practical Nurses registered with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) will renew their registration for an Active Practice Permit for the 2015 calendar year. The CLPNA strongly encourages members to renew as early as possible to receive the lowest fees and quickest customer service. RELATED – Complete…

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“Bringing Care Home”: A unique home visit model – CARE magazine

A unique home visit model of care is making life easier for palliative and geriatric patients in Parkland County. That’s the encouraging story at the heart of the Fall issue of CARE magazine. Other stories include: Does poor communications lead to legal issues for nurses? Myth-busted!: People living with mental illness never really recover. Changing…

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