To start a
CRNBC application, you must first apply to the
National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS).
After the NNAS reviews your application, you'll need the following to apply to CRNBC:
If you have
met all three of the above application requirements, you're ready to apply for CRNBC registration.
allow 3–5 days after you receive your NNAS report before applying for registration.
Choose one option:
We will send you a confirmation email after you successfully submit your CRNBC application and payment.
It's a good idea to have all the necessary documents and information on hand before beginning the registration process.
All applicants—including B.C. graduates—who apply for initial RN registration must complete the jurisprudence learning module. Learn more»
Nursing in Canada videos — The College & Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta offer a series of videos that may be helpful to nurses who're unfamiliar with practising in Canada.