Nursing in Canada

The Program covers

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  • Nursing in Canada

  • Major concepts in nursing

  • Homeostasis challenges

  • Medical/Surgical health challenges

  • Mental health

  • Obstetrics/Pediatrics

  • Community/Gerontology

  • Professional Practice.

Practice Skills

Students enrolled in this program are also given the opportunity to practice their nursing clinical skills and techniques during the Nursing Practice Skills Laboratory (Nursing 1001), as well as during a 1-week clinical placement experience at a Canadian care facility. 

 

The clinical placement provides students with an introduction to a Canadian health care facility, and gives them the opportunity to help residents with ADLs (Activities of Daily Living). This hands-on practical experience will help strengthen the knowledge learned in classrooms, boost their confidence and give them the skills necessary to successfully join the workforce.

Admission Requirements

  • An aspiring student must be currently registered as an RN in good standing in his/her country of origin.
  • Have a minimum of 1125 hours of nursing experience or should have graduated from a basic nursing education program within the last 4 years.
  • A minimum overall IELTS of 6.5 or equivalent is necessary. He/she must pass an assessment test, conducted by the college, for the Post Degree Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Management.

The Post Degree Diploma in Nursing Practice in Canada is designed to effectively prepare Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN) for eligibility to apply for the nursing licensure and nursing practice positions. 

 

The program content includes critical thinking, clinical judgment and decision making, verbal and written communication, and cultural safety as applied within the health care setting.

 

The program includes active learning and a variety of evaluation methodologies, with an emphasis on entry-to-practice competencies and standards of practice. Students will have opportunities, within the classroom, nursing laboratory and a clinical practice setting, to apply their nursing knowledge, build their clinical competency and enhance their psychomotor skills With the introduction of Express Entry Immigration system it is becoming increasingly difficult for internationally trained nurses to migrate to Canada.

 

We help nurses to enroll in RN review programs which leads them to successfully pass the RN /LPN Licensing exam and then apply for work permit/PR

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Canpathways is associated with number of schools offering RN review programs (gateway for foreign nurses to Canada). Our experienced staff in Healthcare education guides you about the program details, eligibility requirements, finance options and Visa application.

 

There are different programs where an internationally trained Nurses can enroll for:

  • RN review program
  • Post graduate Nursing certification and Management Diploma
  • Post degree certificate in Nursing leadership Management

RN review programs are mostly 6 to 7 months full time programs, up to 3 years depending on completion of program with practical training and classroom sessions.

Students are eligible
for part-time work

Canpathways assist you in finding part-time job as Care giver/care aid while studying In order to become a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Canada, nurses are required to pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) or the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE). 

 

These licensing exams measure the competencies required of entry-level nurses for safe and effective practice. 

 

 

The program is designed specifically for residents of Canada to pass the exam and obtain their nurse certification as either an RN or an LPN.

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