To practise as a nursing professional in B.C., you must hold current practising registration with BCCNP. If you practise without practising registration, even accidentally, you are in breach of the Health Professions Act. Your application for reinstatement of practicing registration may require review by the BCCNP Registration Committee. You're also taking a risk that can impact you professionally and financially:
Yes. You will still need to complete a renewal application for each registration you want to maintain. We’re working on making this easier for you, but our current system still processes each application separately.
If you do not have or do not wish to use a credit card for payment, we also accept INTERAC Online.
You may be entitled to a refund if you cancel your registration. There is a $75+GST refund administration fee. For more information, visit changing your registration status during renewal.
Yes. BCCNP does not retain any personal banking information transmitted over the Internet. The information is retained by Moneris, which is the largest processor of transactions in Canada. Moneris also has enhanced security mechanisms to ensure the security of financial information.
Tax receipts for the previous year are available in early January. You can access your tax receipt by logging into your
Visit the BCCNP sign in page and click “I've forgotten my password.” You’ll need your BCCNP ID and personal security word to complete the process.
This message will appear for one or more of the following reasons:
BCCNP account can be used to:
If you are retiring or do not plan to renew your registration, then sign into your BCCNP account once the renewal period has started and select the “Cancel” option. This will ensure that you do not receive any email reminders to renew.
Visit the changing your status during renewal page for your options.
No. You’ll need to reinstate your registration and then renew.
Learn more about changing your registration status during renewal. Not sure what to do? Please call us and we'll walk you through it.