You may be eligible for NNAS’s new Expedited Service if you are applying to any of the following regulatory bodies: Nurses Association of New Brunswick, the College of Registered Nurses and Midwives of Prince Edward Island, the College of Registered Nurses of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Manitoba and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland & Labrador. Click HERE to learn more.
The purpose of the NNAS application process is to create an Advisory Report that includes an evaluation of your education, based on Canadian standards and comparing it to current Canadian nursing requirements.
This section lists each of the steps you will need to take in order to complete your NNAS application. Please be sure to read all of the instructions in this section carefully before you submit your NNAS application, and before any documents or forms are sent to NNAS.
Falsified Or Altered Documents
If NNAS discovers that any of your documents have been falsified or altered in any way, it will report these findings and send your Advisory Report with all documents submitted by you to the regulatory body you have designated.
Third Party Authorization to Release Information
NNAS protects your privacy and will only ever discuss your application with you. If you wish for NNAS to discuss your file information with any other person, you must submit a Third Party Authorization form to designate that person.
The form must be sent to NNAS by mail or courier. It may be cancelled at any time by sending a letter to NNAS by mail or courier. NNAS only keeps one mailing address on file per application. All correspondence from NNAS will be sent to that one address.