Continuing Competency Program (CCP)
About the Program
RNs maintain and enhance their competence through self-reflection, lifelong learning, and by integrating that learning into their practice. By completing the annual requirements of the program, RNs assure the public they are committed to maintaining and improving their competence as a registered nurse.
What do I need to complete?
As an RN, you will need to complete the following items by Dec. 1, 2021 in order to renew your certificate of practice for 2021.
1. Parts A and B of the CCP forms
Renewal will be open Oct. 1 to Dec. 1, 2021. Make sure you complete Parts A and B before you complete your online renewal application for 2022.
If you become registered OR are reinstated after Oct. 1, 2021 you do not need to complete these forms to renew your certificate or practice for 2022. However, you will need to complete the 2022 forms to renew your certificate of practice for 2023.
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.
2. Jurisprudence learning module (Part C of the CCP forms)
You must complete the 2021 jurisprudence learning module titled “Communicating in a Team Environment” in order to renew your certificate of practice for 2022 - log in to your CRNM Profile to access it. Click here for more information about jurisprudence.
RESOURCE: Sample self-development plans
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, 2021. Click here for more information.
Telephone: 204-774-3477 ext 264
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2027 ext 264 (Manitoba only)