Continuing Competence Program (CCP)


Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are required to demonstrate a commitment to continuing competence by meeting the requirements established through the Licensed Practical Nurses Profession Regulation and relevant policies.

The Continuing Competence Program supports Licensed Practical Nurses to achieve and demonstrate competence through the completion of continuing competence activities which includes both learning and practice in the profession. By completing the annual requirements, the public can be assured LPNs are committed to ensuring competence through professional development.

Related – Competency Profile for Licensed Practical Nurses

Framework

 

The framework for the Continuing Competence Program includes self-assessment, a learning plan, continuing competence activities and an audit contributing to the overall accountability of the Licensed Practical Nurse to the profession.

CCP Guide

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The Continuing Competence Program Guide provides a comprehensive guide to assist LPNs in understanding the requirements of the program.

NEW! Nursing Practice Self-Assessment Tool

The Nursing Practice Self-Assessment Tool helps users determine whether their role provides “nursing services” in Alberta according to the Health Professions Act and CLPNA policy. Download the document for your records or try the convenient online tool.

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(UPDATE: The Online Tool may be unavailable due to a scheduled maintenance update on July 3, 2020.)

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Need Support?

Contact the CLPNA’s Registration Team at ccp@clpna.com, 780-484-8886 or 1-800-661-5877 (toll free in Alberta).