Practicing RN(NP) Renewal Registration:

You must be licensed as a RN in Saskatchewan before SRNA can renew your RN(NP) Licensure

To be eligible for registration, in the last three years you must have either: 

1) Worked at least 900 hours of NP nursing practice, of which 600 hours must be clinical; or

2) Graduated from an approved nurse practitioner education program; or

3) Completed an approved nurse practitioner re‐entry program. If you have completed a nurse practitioner re‐entry program within the previous three years, please have a transcript and verification forwarded by the nurse practitioner re‐entry program directly to our office.

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If you last practiced as a RN(NP) in another jurisdiction:

Complete the Verification of Current Most Recent Licensure- NP and send the required fee (if applicable), to the regulatory body in the jurisdiction where you most recently worked as a RN(NP). The regulatory body will complete their section and return this form directly to the SRNA office.
If you have not worked in Saskatchewan for three years or more:

Complete the Consent Form to Obtain Employment Reference for NP and send directly to the SRNA office. You must provide the contact information for your most recent RN(NP) Employer. SRNA will send this form along with a reference questionnaire to your employer; they must return the questionnaire directly to the SRNA office. You may upload this document (in the upload & download documents tab above), or you may scan and email the consent form to Or fax to 306-359-0257 or mail directly to the SRNA office.

Please go to Login & New Account to sign in.

Once your account has been set up, go to MYSRNA tab /Begin Registration & Licensure/Begin your application

All outstanding documents must have been received and verified and you must be re-licensed as a RN in Sask. before the RN(NP) renewal process can be completed.

It is your responsibility to confirm that your RN(NP) License has been issued before you begin work. Confirmation of your registration can be found by using our Verification Service.

Practicing without a license is in violation of The Registered Nurses Act, 1988 and you would have no liability coverage through CNPS.

RN(NP) Licenses expire each year on November 30th, regardless of when renewal occurs. If you have a current practicing RN(NP) license in Saskatchewan, the SRNA will send you instructions to apply for annual renewal mid September of each year.