Canadian training is vital for working in the nursing and healthcare fields in this country and extends beyond upgrading your English and learning Canadian work-related practices. It includes fostering this country’s cultural attitudes as well.
If you are a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN) from a country outside Canada, you need preparation to take the exams that will qualify you for an RN or an LPN license in this country. You must also be able to communicate well in English with an understanding of Canadian attitudes before seeking employment here.
Prepare for Licensing and Certification at a Career College
A career college will train and prepare you for working as an RN or LPN in Canada, and various courses will cover the skills you need to pass your English exam and your licensing exam. You may also take a co-op work program or a practicum, too.