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Nursing Licensed Program

  • Licensed Practical Nurse(LPN) – 2 Years Nursing Program
  • Certified Nurse Anesthetic (CRNA) 4 Years Bachelor + 2 Years Doctorate Program
  • Registered Nurse (RN) – 4 Years Bachelor
  • Advance Practical Reg. Nurse(APRN) – 4 Years Bachelor
  • Register Practical Nurse(RPN) – 4 Years Bachelor

Why Nursing in Canada?

There are six Classes of RN & RPN – General – Extended – Temporary – Emergency Assignee & Non-Practicing – Special Assignment Temporary.

In CANADA Every Province has own regulatory body

  • They set requirements
  • Quality of practice
  • Establishing Standards of nursing practice.

INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED NURSE

Step 1:

You will have to complete the Bridging Course for nursing registration. This program provides you the clinical experience necessary knowledge, evidence of practice requirements.

Step 2:

Complete Bridging Program a verification of the course completion will be forward to regularity body (each province) as a proof eligibility & practice

Step 3:

Benefits of Bridging Course. Start your Nursing Practice in Canada with a recognized certificate & eligible to work as a practicing nurse in a Canadian hospital which will ensure you are employment ready.

  • Support Client
  • Working with team members
  • How to communicate with client & team members
  • Professional manager & ethical work

Step 4:

Registration Requirements to become RN

  1. Proof of authorization to work in Canada
  2. Four years of Bachelor degree in nursing or Practical nursing diploma
  3. International Student is applying nursing Practice with three years period to Issuance certificate of registration.
  4. Creak Entrance Exam like CPNRE – Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam (200 Question in Multiple Choice Question in exam)
  5. Proficiency of English Language Test ( IELTS  6.5 Band Minimum)

NCLEX National Council Licensure Examination.

Exam Fee – 200 USD (75 Questions in 2 Hr & 265  Questions in 4 Hr) 

Uses the five steps of the nursing process

  1. Assessment
  2. Diagrams
  3. Planning
  4. Implementation

Exam Content

  • Management of Case (17 – 23%)
  • Safety & Infection (9 – 15%)
  • Health Promotion & Maintenance (6 – 12%)
  • Psychosocial Integrity (6 – 12%)
  • Basic Case & Comfort (6 – 12%)
  • Reflection of Risk Potential (9- 15%)
  • Physiological Adaption (11- 17%)
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