Category: Registration Renewal

How to complete your Learning Plan

Each year, as part of annual Registration Renewal, Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses participate in the Continuing Competency Program (CCP) by building a Learning Plan. 1. Assess your professional nursing practice Through self-assessment and reflection, assess your professional practice using Standards of Practice and the Competency Profile for Licensed Practical Nurses. Through assessment of your current…

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CLPNA office hours during the holidays

Licensed Practical Nurses, employers and others needing to speak to CLPNA staff are reminded about the CLPNA’s holiday hours. Regular Office Hours Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm MST/MDT 2013 Holiday Hours Holiday Date Office Hours Christmas Day & Boxing Day & Dec 27 December 25-27 CLOSED Last day opened for 2013 December 31 8:30am…

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LPN Practice Permits expire Dec 31 unless renewed for 2014

Most Licensed Practical Nurses in Alberta have until December 31, 2013 to complete their 2014 Registration Renewal Application, or they will not be able to practice nursing in 2014 without additional delays and paperwork. RELATED – 2014 Registration Renewal policies & procedures Due to reduced holiday hours during December, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses…

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LPNs: Dec 1 Deadline coming for 2014 Registration Renewal

The deadline is closing quickly for Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses to ensure they can work in 2014. Many nurses still need to go online by December 1 and complete the 2014 Registration Renewal Application with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA). After December 1, the registration renewal fee will rise from $350…

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Contest winners announced for early renewal and survey

A pleasant surprise is in store for six Licensed Practical Nurses this week! Two CLPNA Contests closed on November 1 and winners have been selected. The Ready, Click, Win! Contest for LPNs renewing before November 1 for an Active Practice Permit for 2014 was won by Mihret Abreham, LPN. She receives $350, the equivalent of…

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How to Video: Making 2014 Registration Renewal & Continuing Competency Program Easy

Would you rather watch than read? Our latest video is an overview of the 2014 Registration Renewal process and Continuing Competency Program for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) registered with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA). WATCH – “Making 2014 Registration Renewal and Continuing Competency Program (CCP) Easy” (via YouTube) LPNs with an…

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Renew by Nov 1 and (be entered to) Win $350

Licensed Practical Nurses will be automatically entered to win $350 if they complete their 2014 Registration Renewal Application for an Active Practice Permit with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) before November 1, 2013. The CLPNA strongly encourages their 11,000 members to renew early. Members who delay and chose to renew immediately…

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Webinar: Making Registration Renewal and Continuing Competency Program Easy

Registration Renewal and Continuing Competency Program (CCP) questions and more will be answered at our upcoming online webinar for LPNs in October and November. Pick a date/time and register today! Key topics include: How do I complete my online Registration Renewal? What is a Learning Plan? Can I change my Learning Plan Objectives? How do…

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2014 Registration Renewal Now Open

On October 1, Licensed Practical Nurses registered with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) begin renewing their registration for the 2014 calendar year. LPNs with an Active Practice Permit must complete the annual Registration Renewal Application in order to work in Alberta as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Before the December 1 deadline,…

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Sneak Peek: Online Practice Permit introduced

Beginning October 1, when Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) renew their registration for 2014, most will immediately be able to see and print their Practice Permit and income tax receipt from their computer rather than waiting weeks for one to be mailed. This is the latest in a series of improvements to the Registration Renewal process…

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