Reinstatement of licensure is the process for former Saskatchewan Licensed Practical Nurses who wish to return to practical nursing in Saskatchewan. Any former member who has chosen to let their SALPN practicing licensure or non-practicing certification lapse may apply for a reinstatement of licensure provided the following requirements are met:  

  1. Completed 1250 minimum nursing practice hours in the last 5 consecutive years 
  2. Completed the 3 mandatory education requirements – Medication Administration, Health Assessment and IV Initiation.  For course information and/or registration please visit the Saskatchewan Polytechnic website at; 
  3. Original copy of “satisfactory” criminal record check 

To apply for a reinstatement, please complete the reinstatement form and submit to the SALPN office along with your original criminal record check and $800.00 fee for practicing licensure.   Reinstatement fees include; 

  1. $400 licensure fee 
  2. $200 late fee 
  3. $200 reinstatement fee

Reinstatement Form 

For further information regarding reinstatement of licensure, please email Noelle Odegard at 


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Looking forward to sharing the power of #endPJparalysis with @TheSalpn and the wonderful LPNs in Saskatchewan on May 8 and 9th.

Paul Wright, will be speaking about The End PJ Paralysis movement, at the SALPN 2019 Education Conference. Details about PJ Paralysis & registration details here:

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