Certification

Certification is a formal recognition that validates knowledge, experience, skills and clinical judgment within a specific nursing specialty; and, as such, is reflective of a more stringent professional practice standard. It reflects achievement of proficiency beyond basic licensure.  

CNLCP® Certification

Certification by examination affords the Registered Nurse with a current, unrestricted license, or its equivalent in other countries, for at least the past three years; and, a minimum of two years full time paid professional experience in a role that utilizes the nursing process in assessing an individual’s long term/lifetime treatment needs and costs across the continuum of care, the opportunity to take the CNLCP® examination. Additional continuing education and/or life care planning experience is required.

It is the policy and intent of CNLCP® CB Members and Staff to comply with all applicable laws that prohibit discrimination in employment or service provision.  No individual shall be excluded from the opportunity to participate in the CNLCP® program on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, and gender identity or any other protected characteristic.

Statistics

2018 CNLCP® CERTIFICATION UPDATE

Total # of Candidates-18

# of Passing Candidates-14

# of Failing Candidates-1

# of CNLCP® Renewals-26

Total Number Active CNLCP®s end of 2018 was 327

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2017 CNLCP® CERTIFICATION UPDATE

Total # of Candidates-13

# of Passing Candidates-9

# of Failing Candidates-0

# of CNLCP® Renewals-51

Total Number Active CNLCP®s end of 2017 was 345

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2016 CNLCP® CERTIFICATION UPDATE

Total # of Candidates-13

# of Passing Candidates-12

# of Failing Candidates-1

# of CNLCP® Renewals-53

Total Number Active CNLCP®s end of 2016 was 361