If you are a foreign student interested in employment in the health care and nursing fields, we have great programs in which you can learn about the Canadian health care system, enhance your English scores, and gain valuable work experience, too.
At ULI, you can prepare to work as a medical office assistant, a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or a registered nurse (RN) with certification and licensing preparation that will help you whether you decide to train for work in Canada or in your home country.
*To qualify for our nursing exam program students must be registered nurses in good standing or their country of origin.
EARN YOUR CANADIAN STANDARD NURSING UPGRADE DIPLOMA OR YOUR MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT DIPLOMA
|Quickstart Diplomas||7 Months|
|Full Diploma||1-2 years|
|Continuing Education||Single Courses|
|Co-Ops (work placement) Provided by ULI|
Health Care & Nursing
(click on the program links below for info on each program)
- Health Care Services & Professional Upgrade Diploma – Medical Office Assistant
- Licensure Preparation for Internationally Educated Nurses
- Post Graduate Nursing Certificate & Management Diploma
- QuickStart Skills Development Diploma: Licensure Preparation for Internationally Educated Nurses
- QuickStart Skills Development Diploma: Medical Office Assistant (with practicum)
If this field is right for you and you are interested in certification and license preparation for health care and nursing please contact us for more information
If you are an international student, you can find the programs that will be a wonderful asset in helping qualify you for training and working in the health care and nursing fields in Canada, and in your home country, too, if you plan to return.
THERE ARE COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF PEOPLE IN HEALTH CARE AND NURSING
Nurses, nurse’s aids, or workers in medical offices or in any part of the health care system must have a sympathetic and compassionate attitude towards the elderly, the sick, and the disabled, and those who are in pain. People in health care need professional and practical knowledge to carry out the many tasks associated with the care of patients:
- Good Communication skills – You need to have good oral and written communication skills because you must be able to explain the treatments that have been ordered for patients in a way that offers encouragement and promotes co-operation. You also must be able to correctly record vital signs and other patient information crucial to their care.
- Attention to Detail – You must be a careful worker in every way, from knowing how to move patients safely to carrying out instructions and making accurate reports.
- Physical and Emotional Strength – Not only must you have the physical strength to move patients, push their wheelchairs and beds and wash and bathe them, you have to be able to stand on your feet for many hours. You also need the maturity to clean up after accidents and to carry bedpans. As well, you will need the emotional strength to deal with the death of patients that you come know and love.