Retiring or Leaving the Profession?

Many CLPNS members decide to hold a Non-Practising certificate even after they retire from their LPN practice. Why do so many members do this? It’s because members are frequently re-hired back into LPN positions after retirement and want to “keep their foot in the door.”  Whatever the reason, the member must still complete a renewal, meet the minimum practice hour requirement of 1250 hours in the previous five (5) years and pay the $60 Non-Practising certificate fee.

Please complete and submit this form if you are confident that you want to leave the profession or officially retire your CLPNS registration and licensure and don’t plan on returning to LPN practice.

Once submitted, the CLPNS will review it and connect with you if needed.

Thank you for everything you’ve contributed to the LPN profession and the care you provided to the people of Saskatchewan! Best of luck!

LPN Licensure Retirement
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Workplace Address
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If yes, DO NOT PROCEED WITH THIS FORM and RENEW AS PRACTISING.

If no, please be aware CLPNS will change your membership to Inactive status and additional fees and requirements are required if you are Inactive and want to change back to Practising or Non-Practising status.

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