If you are a Nurse wanting to become a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse abroad, the Nursing Review Program can provide you with the skills required to meet the respective country’s standards and language in preparation of achieving your nursing license.
This Canadian Nursing Review Program was designed specifically for International Students.
Medical Terminology & Communication covers vocabulary, reading, writing, conversation and pronunciation, abbreviations and terminology used in nursing in North America. An English Test Prep helps students maximize their English competency test score which is required for Nurse registration in any English speaking country.
The Nursing Review and Workplace/Licensing Exam Prep course teaches skill-development, critical-thinking training for nursing judgments, test question approach strategies, safe and effective workplace practice, and cultural awareness. Students have the opportunity to develop their practical experience during on-site laboratory sessions and case-study simulations. As an introduction to a health care facility, students have an opportunity to help residents with ADLs (activities of daily living) during a 1-week clinical placement.
The Co-Op Work Experience is an essential component of the program. Students have the opportunity to complete a co-op work experience at a hospital or health care facility. Nursing procedures vary from country to country, so the work experience offers invaluable training in nursing in a health care environment.
Leadership in Nursing equips students with much needed entry-level leadership and management skills. This final piece will allow you to explore the concept of leadership needed in nursing and further the observations made during your co-op work experience.
Once completed, successful graduates of this program will be much more confident about working in the health care environment of respective country.