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Become a Nurse

Education and Training

Registered Nursing

There are two programs to prepare students to become registered nurses:

Both programs are offered in Regina, Saskatoon and other communities in the province.

Registered Psychiatric Nursing

The Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing prepares registered psychiatric nurses to meet the challenges of modern health care delivery. The program is offered in Regina.

Licensed Practical Nursing

The Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing prepares licensed practical nurses to meet the challenges of modern health care delivery. The program is offered in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert.

These colleges also offer the program:

First Nations and Métis Institutes:
Gabriel Dumont Institute
Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT)

Jobs, Bursaries and Grants


Find health jobs offered by the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.

Bursaries and Grants

Search for health bursaries and grants to help you pursue your education.
Learning more about funding your education.

About the Chief Nursing Officer

The Chief Nursing Officer works with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and nurses to provide exceptional patient- and family-centred care, nursing care, and service to the people of Saskatchewan.

The Chief Nursing Officer is responsible for:

  • Providing nursing policy and practice guidance, and advice to the Minister, Ministry, Saskatchewan Health Authority, stakeholders, and public;
  • Provincial planning, coordination, and leadership;
  • Monitoring the requirements of nursing workforce; and
  • Developing, implementing, and evaluating policy that furthers nursing research, education, leadership, scope of practice, staff/skill mix, quality workplaces, recruitment, and retention initiatives.

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