2024 Registration Renewal

To be eligible to practise on January 1st, 2024, registrants must renew your registration and any certifications they wish to maintain before the below deadline.

Registration Renewal Start Date

November 17, 2023

Registration Renewal Deadline

December 31, 2023 at 4:30 PM PST

The registration renewal application must be completed online via the Registrant Online Self-Services System (ROSS).

Before contacting the College, please check if the following online resources answer your questions.

Helpful Webpages

Information on changing registration classes, parental leave and returning to practice
Standards and Requirements for Certifications
Continuing Education Requirements
Criminal Record Checks
Business and Health Professions Corporations
PRIME and PharmaNet Access Requirements
Fee Schedules (Registration and Certification Fees)
Liability Insurance – Registrants and Employees
Liability Insurance – Health Professions Corporations

Available on the landing page in ROSS when you log in.

If you are locked out of your ROSS account or if you encounter technical difficulties, please contact the College (see contact information below)

You can download a copy of your receipt from the Invoices and Receipts area on ROSS.

Full (Practising) Registration fees = $2090
Non-Practising Registration fees = $2090

Certification fees are listed in Schedule C in the Bylaws.

Please note that the accepted methods of online payment are VISA and MasterCard. Registrants may choose to pay certified cheque or bank draft, however, they must allow sufficient time for them to be received by mail by 2:00 PM on Dec 29th, 2023 at the latest.

If you have changed your name within the last year and have not notified the College, please download the Registrant Change of Name Request form available in the Forms and Resources area on ROSS in the “Registration” folder. Complete the form and email it to Registration@cnpbc.bc.ca with supporting documentation outlined on the form.

Retirement, Leaving the Province, or Transferring Practice

Client Personal Information/Records Management

CNPBC bylaws section 86 require registrants who are closing, leaving, or transferring practice to provide a written summary to the College about the steps taken to dispose of client personal information.

The CNPBC resource entitled Guideline Leaving, Closing or Transferring Practice provides you with principles should you wish to close, leave or transfer your practice.

Registrants who hold Prescriptive Authority certification

If you need to end your access to PharmaNet following changes to your registration status, Prescriptive Authority Certification, or Practice setup / location, you can submit a request through PRIME.

For the 2024 registration renewal, registrants are required to review the list of certifications they hold and wish to renew to confirm that they are included on the renewal application.

Please note that you will not be able to renew the following certifications as they are discontinued:

  • Facial mesotherapy, fat reduction and body contouring using injection or other devices
  • Photorejuvenation and high frequency electromagnetic treatments
  • Microdermabrasion and chemical peels

For more information, please review the Sep 2023 newsletter

Please note that you will not be able to renew Injectable Fillers Certification as it has been replaced with the following certifications:

  • Injectable Fillers – Provisional Level 1
  • Injectable Fillers – Level 1
  • Injectable Fillers – Provisional Level 2
  • Injectable Fillers –Level 2

You will be able to renew the certification that corresponds to your level.

Review information posted in the Continuing Education (CE) Requirements area of the College’s website.

CNPBC bylaw 57(2) requires full registrants to successfully complete and submit at least 40 hours of continuing education, within each qualifying period. The current period runs from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2023

Registrants who registered or reinstated their registration after the start of the current CE period will have prorated CE requirements. These are available on ROSS.

In addition to submitting their renewal application, registrants must also submit their finalized CE entries separately by Dec 31, 2023 at 4:30 PM PST. This can be done on ROSS > Continuing Education (side menu) > Submit to College (side menu). Please note that you must have met the overall CE requirements and the minimum requirements for each category to be able to submit your CE entries.

BLS (HCP)/CPR-HCP with AED and NALS

You must enter your qualifications for BLS/CPR-HCP with AED and NALS under step 6 of the renewal application (Qualifications), even if you have already uploaded these qualifications under the CE tab on ROSS to obtain Category ‘C’ hours.

PharmaNet Access

Full practising registrants holding prescriptive authority certification must upload an evidence of PharmaNet access under step 6 of the renewal application (Qualifications). The required evidence is a copy of the verification email from your PharmaNet Site Administrator or your PharmaNet software vendor verifying your access to PharmaNet.

Missing documentation will result in a delay in the assessment of your renewal application and the cancellation of your prescriptive authority certification while we follow up with you.

Renewal inquiries will be answered within approximately 48-72 hours on business days. We kindly ask that you refrain from submitting multiple e-mails and calling CNPBC repeatedly as this limits our ability to respond in a timely fashion.

By Email and Telephone

Email: Registration@cnpbc.bc.ca
Phone: (604) 688-8236

CNPBC Office Hours

CNPBC Office is open from Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except on statutory holidays.
We are closed on December 25, 2023, December 26, 2023, and January 1st, 2024.
Our office will close on December 29, 2023 at 4:30 PM and will reopen on January 2nd, 2024 at 08:30 am.


CNPBC thanks you in advance for completing your online renewal, for the important role you play in the health care system, and your ongoing efforts to protect the public through safe naturopathic medicine practice