Practicing Licensure to Non-Practicing Certification

Non-Practicing certificates are available to members whom are still eligible to be a practicing LPN, but are currently on a leave or planning a leave from practice.  Examples of common leave types are:

  • Maternity / Paternity Leave
  • Disability
  • Illness
  • Education
  • Worker's Compensation

Benefits of changing to a non-practicing certificate include:

  • NO Continuing Education Portfolio (CEP) hour requirement for the duration of time you are registered as non-practicing
  • Registration remains in good standing

See the SALPN Fee Schedule for the current non-practicing certificate fee.

Access the form at; Practicing to Non-Practicing Form. 
You may email your form to nodegard@salpn.com.

If an LPN on leave does not initiate a change in status from Practicing to Non-Practicing, the annual renewal requirements, such as 24 CEP hours, remain mandatory. For members who change their status to Non-Practicing, CEP hours are calculated at the pro-rated rate for next Practicing renewal.


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OFFICE LOCATION

SALPN
2208 E Victoria Ave
Regina, Saskatchewan
Canada S4N 7B9

Phone: 306-525-1436
Toll Free: 888-257-2576
Fax: 306-347-7784

hours of operation

Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 12:00PM and 1:00PM - 4:00PM

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