The College of Licensed Practical Nurses is one of 22 regulatory colleges governed by the Health Professions Act.
CLPNBC regulates nurses by setting standards, supporting LPNs to meet standards and acting if LPNs do not meet these standards.
Regulating licensed practical nurses in the public interest.
Building excellence in licensed practical nurse regulation.
CLPNBC is committed to being:
CLPNBC is made up of two separate yet interdependent entities: the Board and the staff:
The Board governs, controls and administers the affairs of CLPNBC in accordance with the Health Professions Act. The Board also establishes and monitors governance policies.
Read more on CLPNBC's Board.
The Chief Executive Officer is the only employee of the Board and is responsible for the administration of CLPNBC. The Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board.
CLPNBC staff report to the Chief Executive Officer. Board decisions are given to the Chief Executive Officer, who is responsible for ensuring that they are implemented by the staff.