Guide for New RNs

 

Welcome to Registered Nursing in Manitoba

It’s together with you that we protect the public. While the College sets the standards with input from RNs, it’s through your day-to-day work that you demonstrate the standards and in so doing deliver safe, competent and ethical registered nursing services. 

What does the College do?

The College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba is the regulatory body for all graduate nurses, registered nurses, nurse practitioners and graduate nurse practitioners in Manitoba. The purpose of regulation is to protect the public by ensuring that applicants meet the requirements to practise as an RN in Manitoba. You can find more information about our role by reviewing our Guide for New RNs

Documents, Presentations and Resources

Our website has a wealth of information for registered nurses. Some important documents you should be familiar with are listed below.

Check out our Resources page for more information

Continuing Competence Program (CCP)

The CCP is a comprehensive program that helps you maintain and enhance your practice. By completing the annual requirements, you assure the public that you are committed to maintaining and improving your competence as a registered nurse. Click here to learn more about the CCP

Value of Registration

Your registration with the College sends the public the message that you are a well-educated, qualified and trustworthy professional. Did you know your annual registration fee comes with several additional benefits including:

Get Involved!

There are a number of ways you can interact with the College and get more involved:

  • Join a committee
  • Run for a seat on the Board
  • Volunteer your expertise – the College often invites RNs to help develop programs, review standards and participate in surveys and focus groups. Your expertise helps shape the profession.

These opportunities are advertised on our Career & Volunteer Opportunities page as well as NurseLink and the College eNews as they come up.

More Information

info@crnm.mb.ca 
Telephone: 204-774-3477
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2027 (Manitoba only)
Fax: 204-775-7117