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About the Program

Objective of CCP

RNs maintain and enhance their competence through self-reflection, lifelong learning, and by integrating that learning into their practice

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What do I need to complete?

As an RN, you will need to complete the following items by Dec. 1, 2022 in order to renew your certificate of practice for 2022.

1. Parts A and B of the CCP forms

Renewal will be open Oct. 1 to Dec. 1, 2022. Make sure you complete Parts A and B before you complete your online renewal application for 2023.

If you become registered OR are reinstated after Oct. 1, 2022 you do not need to complete these forms to renew your certificate or practice for 2023. However, you will need to complete the 2023 forms to renew your certificate of practice for 2024.

Select the appropriate forms to download

Keep your completed CCP forms for five years. If you are selected for the CCP review you will need to refer to your forms for the years requested.

RNs
  • RN CCP forms (download and save these to your computer) Download these forms to your computer, type information in and print them for your records.
RN(NP)s
  • RN(NP) CCP forms (download and save these to your computer) Download these forms to your computer, type information in and print them for your records.

RESOURCE: Sample self-development plans

2. Jurisprudence learning module (Part C of the CCP forms)

You must complete the 2022 jurisprudence learning module titled “Scope in your practice” in order to renew your certificate of practice for 2023 – log in to your CRNM Profile to access it.

More information about jurisprudence

CCP Review

Each year, RNs and RN(NP)s are randomly selected to complete the CCP review. If you are selected for the review, you are required to complete all CCP review requirements by Dec. 1, 2022. Click here for more information.

CCP Information Sessions

The Continuing Competency Program (CCP) promotes high standards of knowledge, skill and ethical practice. Registered nurses complete the CCP every year. The program is an opportunity for you to reflect on your nursing practice and lead your own learning.  Your self-directed learning is documented every year in a self-development plan.  Your self-development plan also assures the public that you are committed to maintaining and improving your competence as a registered nurse.

We invite and encourage you to attend a CCP information session where you will learn more about the CCP process. You will also learn how to develop and write a self-development plan that meets College criteria. The information sessions are taking place on the following dates:

  • Aug 31: 11:00-12:00
  • Sept 16: 09:00-10:00
  • Sept 23: 12:00-1:00
  • Sept 29: 2:30-3:30
  • Oct 6: 08:30-09:30
  • Oct 13: 11:30-12:30
  • Oct 20: 3:00-4:00
  • Oct 26: 2:00-3:00
  • Nov 2: 10:00-11:00

To register, please contact ccp@crnm.mb.ca.

Once registered, a member from our Quality Practice team will be in contact with you to confirm details on how to enter the information session closer to the date of the session.

If you are unable to attend one of the information sessions but would like more information about CCP, please review CRNM resources on our website or contact a Quality Practice Advisor  who will meet with you to review. We can also coordinate a virtual CCP presentation for larger groups if required.

CCP Resources

Webinars

Informed Consent

Accountability – It’s Standard 

Professionalism in Nursing 

Ethical Considerations When Working Short Staffed 

Professional Practice Issues 

Substance Use Disorder 

RN Responsibilities Related to Professional Practice Issues 

Patients Handover Maintaining Safety In High Risk Situations