Registered as a NP in Canada

This page is for you if you are currently registered as a NP in Canada and you are applying for registration in Saskatchewan for the first time.

Becoming an NP in Saskatchewan requires holding a current RN registration in Saskatchewan.

How to apply

Registering in Saskatchewan takes place in two phases. Each phase comprises several steps.

Step 1: Assessment

You will need to be familiar with the detailed requirements for each step

1. Login or Create a user account if you have not previously created an account.

2.Provide copies of your identity documents.

Birth Certificate – Upload a clear copy of your birth certificate
Photo Identification – One piece of government issued identification
Change of Name/ Marriage Certificate – If you change your name, you will need to upload a clear copy of your change of name documentation/marriage certificate

3. Pay the no-refundable assessment fee of $157.50

4. Provide evidence of your currency of practice

5. Verify your original and current registration

6. Provide a satisfactory employer reference. A consent form is needed from you

What to expect after you’ve applied

SRNA will email you:

After your documents have been reviewed, an email will be sent to you. This notification permits you to view your online checklist. Your online checklist indicates outstanding documents or clarification of information that may be required from you.  

When your assessment is approved, you will be notified by email with the initial NP registration form attached. 

Step 2: Apply for initial NP licensure

1. Complete the initial NP registration form 

2. Provide evidence of completion of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) module for Saskatchewan

3. Answer good character questions

4. Send all completed documents to

SRNA will hold incomplete applications for one year. Regulations and entry requirements are subject to bylaw and policy changes.

To confirm that you are licensed as a RN(NP) before you begin work visit our Online Verification Service.