Registration renewal for the 2018-19 practice year was open from Jan. 2 to Feb. 28, 2018.
Renewal takes about 25–30 minutes.
You must renew each year even if you
spread your fees over the year.
Starting Sept. 1, 2015, you can change your
registration status, which may entitle you to a refund. There is a $100
non-refundable change status fee. For more information, visit Leaving or returning to nursing practice.
When you renew, choose the RN with Certified Practice or NP with Certified Practice application option.
In addition to general renewal requirements, you will be asked to complete two personal practice review (continuing competence) questions about the certified designation(s) you have qualified for with CRNBC.
If your condition(s) expires after Feb. 28 (Feb. 29 in a leap year), you can renew your registration. Check your conditions and the expiry dates
If you are not sure if you can renew, please contact us.
If you do NOT complete your Personal Practice Review before your registration expires:
Renewal is 100% online so you can renew from anywhere with an Internet connection. If your accommodations don't have Internet service, try Internet cafes or libraries. It is crucial to renew before the Feb. 28 deadline so that your registration doesn't expire. If your registration expires, you will need to apply to reinstate it and pay a $105 (including tax) change status fee, on top of your renewal fee.
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If you will be changing your registration status during renewal, please read Changing your registration status during renewal.