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Absolutely. Though working remotely, we are fully operational. Applications submitted by email or fax are processed within one business day.
Yes. ARNM membership is annual. ARNM's membership renewal is open. Please read below for more information on how to renew or join for the first time.
Membership renewal for 2023 opens Oct. 1, 2022. Visit the Membership Categories & Fees page for more information.
If you're a new nurse in Manitoba, you'll need a Practising membership, which includes the professional liability protection from CNPS that you need to practise. Please visit the Membership Categories & Fees page for more information.
To ensure you have the protection you need to practise, professional liability protection from CNPS at a bundled rate is automatically included if you are a Practising GN, RN or NP.
No. We are currently working on membership discounts for ARNM members with CNA. For information on membership in the Canadian Nurses Association, please go to their website: https://www.cna-aiic.ca/en/home
Changing your name is easy. Just provide us with proof of name change, such as a marriage certificate, and we'll update your profile right away. For RNs, GNs and NPs, It's important to do this with both us and the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba or confirmation of your professional liability protection will not be able to go through to the College.
Professional liability protection (CNPS): GN, RN, and NP
Professional Liability protection at a discounted rate is part of ARNM practicing membership for GNs, RNs, and NPs. All you need to do is complete our application and you will have the professional liability protection from CNPS that you need to practise. Our site will immediately tell the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba that you have obtained professional liability protection so that your registration renewal is not delayed.
Professional liability protection is part of ARNM practicing membership for RNs, GNs, and NPs. We recommend you get your ARNM membership before you start registration renewal with the College of Registered Nurses to make everything easy.
You can click the "professional liability protection" button on your College member profile and then select the link for ARNM. You'll immediately be taken to our site to either sign in to your Member Profile to renew or go to our new member application if you are not currently a member of ARNM.
Complete the application and you're good to go! Our website tells the College in real-time that you've obtained professional liability protection so that your registration renewal is not delayed.
All registered nurses on a practicing register are required by legislation to have professional liability protection through CNPS, which you can get as a member of ARNM or directly from CNPS. However, when you obtain it as part of ARNM membership you get a discounted rate and additional members benefits.
When you obtain professional liability protection through ARNM, you receive all the additional benefits of being an ARNM member including; discounted member rates for workshops and conferences; professional development sessions and on-demand webinars; access to the Member Area for online resources and supports; our Perks for Nurses program; a voice advocating on behalf of regulated nurses in Manitoba at the local and national level; and much more.
Professional liability protection is provided by CNPS in both cases and includes the same limits of protection and benefits whether you get it through ARNM or directly from CNPS.
Our website will communicate in real time with the College's site to let them know you have professional liability protection as part of your ARNM membership, ensuring that your registration is not delayed.
Yes. CNPS offers supplementary liability protection for complaints made to the regulator about your professional conduct. You must have the core CNPS protection, either through ARNM or directly through CNPS to be eligible. The protection must be purchased before there is a complaint to the regulator. https://cnps.ca/services/regulatory-complaints/
Fees for each member type can be found on the Membership Categories and Fees page.
Paying your fee is easy. If you are completing your application online you can pay by Visa, MasterCard, Visa Debit, or Mastercard Debit. If you'd prefer to download our fillable PDF application you can submit payment by phone, mail, or fax. We accept certified cheques, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, Visa Debit, MasterCard Debit or eTransfer. Please note that ARNM does not accept cash.
Yes! The Pre-Authorized Payment Plan is available to members for the 2024 fees. This plan sets up recurring payments on your credit card to prepay next year's fee. You can find all the details on our Pre-Authorized Payment Plan page.
Yes, you do. Receipts are available on your Member Profile a week or so after your join or renewal.
Requests for refunds of membership fees must be made in writing (email, mail) and will be issued in accordance with the ARNM/CNPS refund policies.
Not all fees are refundable and an administrative fee may be applied.
Refunds are limited to:
- Members who will not be practicing in the upcoming year
- Those who have cancelled their registration process with the College
- Those whose applications have been denied by the College
If you are a Practising or Non-Practising member, your username is your registration number. If you are a student, your username is your email address.
Visa, MasterCard, Visa Debit and Mastercard Debit are accepted for the online application. If you would like to use another form of payment you'll need to complete the fillable PDF application and submit it to out office with your preferred method of payment. Applications can be found on our Forms page.
Depending on how your email inbox is set up, the order confirmation email may have been directed to your junk mail folder. In your email search box, search for "ARNM" or "firstname.lastname@example.org" and you may be able to locate it. If you're still unable to find it, send us an email at email@example.com or call 204-992-1520 and we'll send you a copy of your order confirmation. Additionally, receipts are available on your Member Profile within a few days of your payment.
We know internet access can be a challenge. Membership applications will be available for the two month renewal period, giving you lots of time to access our site from home, work, or a community computer. If these options do not work, you can have the PDF form printed, fill it out and mail it in, or call us at 204-992-1520 for assistance.
Some browsers work better with our system. To avoid any technical issues, please use one of the following recommended internet browsers:
You must be a current member of ARNM to sign in. If your membership has lapsed, you may not be able to log in with your former information. Please contact ARNM for assistance 204-992-1520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a current member and having problems logging in: your username is your registration number (the same that you use with your College). For students, your username is your email address. If your password does not work you can click on the "forgot my password" link and you will receive an email to reset your password. If you are still experiencing issues or did not receive the email please email email@example.com or call 204-992-1520.
If you have been a member of ARNM in previous years your username will already exist. To re-join ARNM you will need to complete one of the fillable PDF application forms found on our Forms page.
If you are joining for the first time, but started the application process before and are now returning to complete it, you may have already set up your account. Try going to Sign in at the top of our website and entering your username (registration/ID#) and the password you think you used. This will sign you into your account and take you to where you left off with the application process. If this doesn't work, please call 204-992-1520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and registration/ID number.
We do not have a physical office, and do not accept cash. You can complete the fillable PDF application found on our Forms page and choose one of two options:
- Email the application to email@example.com and send your payment by eTransfer
- Mail the application to our office with a certified cheque or money order. We are checking the mail regularly and will process your application as soon as we've received it.
If you encounter an error message, please contact our office so we can resolve the issue. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-992-1520.
Attending ARNM Events Online
Currently all ARNM events are being offered online only.
Zoom links and meeting ID numbers are distributed to all registrants the morning of the event.
- Click the link provided in the email the morning of the event.
- Download 'zoomusLauncher.zip" application file when prompted.
- Once the application is finished downloading, select "open", and the Zoom application will be installed.
- You should then be automatically taken to the meeting associated with the link provided. Note: If the host has not yet started the meeting, you will get a message asking you to wait. This is a good time to test your video and audio settings.
- You will know the host has begun the meeting when you are given the option to "Join by Computer". If at first you only hear audio, make sure the camera icon in the bottom left corner is turned on.
A one-minute tutorial video is also available.
If you run into any issues trying to continue to an event, please call our office at 204-992-1520.
Once you completed the online membership application and create your account you'll be able to access your member profile. Your member profile is password-protected. You can help maintain the security of your personal information by keeping your password private and always logging out after you're finished. This area of our site also encrypts all data for secure transmission across the internet. Encryption makes information unreadable as it travels over the internet.
Payments online meet the processing card industry (PCI) standards. This means that data transmission is encrypted and storage of any banking information also meets PCI standards. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) provides a high level of security for internet communications and provides an encrypted communications session between your web browser and web server. When sensitive information is being sent over the Internet between your browser and a web server, SSL verifies that the information has not been altered in any way. All major browsers released in recent years support SSL.
ARNM does not retain any personal banking information transmitted over the Internet. this information is retained by Moneris, the largest processor of transactions in Canada. Moneris also has enhanced security mechanisms to ensure the security of financial information.