Through The Registered Nurses Act, Bylaws, Council and organizational policies the CRNS Registration Team ensures new applicants and members meet initial and ongoing requirements, to register and re-license annually to practice as a RN in Saskatchewan.
Becoming a Registered Nurse in Saskatchewan
This section is for new RN and NP applicants looking to become licensed in Saskatchewan.
This section is for Nurse Practitioner (NP)s looking to become maintenance or initiating prescribers for OUD & Methadone for pain management. In addition, information on the Prescription Review Program (PRP).
The CRNS’s Continuing Competence Program (CCP) is a mandatory, ongoing education program that ensures all RNs and NPs are continually enhancing their practice through self-directed learning. Every RN and NP must complete the CCP annually as part of the requirements to hold a license to practice registered nursing in Saskatchewan.
The CRNS has nine different categories of membership. The majority of membership options follow an application process. There are two categories of membership that are granted by the CRNS Council in recognition of outstanding service.