01.Nurses Training Programme
Being a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)/ Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) is the surest way to secure visa for Canada. However, the introduction of Express Entry has changed it all. There is no job offer or provincial nomination as nursing became a regulated profession here.
This is where RN Review Programme comes to your help. It will help you move closer to realising the dream job in Canada by imparting proper training in Canadian Nursing culture, Process NNAS registration, training for CELBAN (English test), SEC assessment (Practical) and NCLEX.
GNM (3 year Diploma) / BSC (4 year degree) nursing qualification
Minimum 1 yr. experience as a nurse
Break in service should be less than 2 years
IELTS Score 6 each (Academic)
Can work up to 20 hours per week for first 6 months.
Full time work after 6 months (18 – 23 CD per hour)
Co-op work permit once they complete the programme successfully
NNAS Registration, (assessment application to British Columbia (BC) nursing council for eligibility to write RN/LPN exam).
CELBAN Preparation (All Nurses have to appear and clear the CELBAN with required band for BC council)
Work permit (Once license is issued, nurses can look for work permit. Nurses are in high demand due to skill shortage.
Permanent Residency (After getting the work permit can apply for PR through express entry through federal/PNP support)
Extendable up to 3 yrs. (After one year, student will be getting study permit extension for next one year without any extra fees. This can be extended up to 3 years till they clear the exam.)
Open work Permit for Spouse - Husband / wife can accompany and they can work full time.
02. Express Entry - Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) for Canada
Canada has recently brought in a major change in the immigration process. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is to grade the candidates found eligible for immigration to Canada through Express Entry.
It looks for factors like: