PGCN

POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN NURSING

Introducing PGCN With Co-Op

Sprott Shaw College, Pander College Campus, Vancouver – 1.5 Academic Year

Overview

THE POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN NURSING ADMINISTRATION & PRACTICE specifically aims to train Internationally educated nurses on how to adapt to Canadian best practices in nursing. A 45 week theory session leads to a 36 week Co-op. The Co-op is an integral part of the program which allows nurses to develop and practice the skills needed to have success in their future careers. The co-op / cooperative placement work experience is arranged by Sprott Shaw College. This co-op helps you to earn back most of the fees you have spend on doing this course.

Program Status Accepting Applications
Location British Columbia-Vancouver
Program Duration 2160 Hours
Program Length 1.5 Years (45-Weeks Theoretical & 36-Weeks Co-op)
Examination Pattern Semester/Annual
Course Fee CAD 23,000*
*Tuition fee is subject to change.

Admission Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Nursing
  • IELTS 6.0 Bands or Equivalent
  • Must be currently registered as an RN in country of origin and in all countries that you have worked as an RN

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Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Administration and Practice with Co-op

Post Graduate Certificate Program in Administration & Nursing Practice teaches the specific occupational language and cultural skills necessary to work effectively as a nurse in Canada and to apply this knowledge to the National Council Licensure Exam. Students should be prepared to attend classes 32 hours per week and then do additional study hours of 20-30 hours per week.

During the program, students will work on test taking strategies and nursing topics that are essential in preparation for the Nursing Community Assessment Service (NCAS), which is a pre-requisite to write the NCLEX RN (Canadian National Nursing Exam). NCAS provides a three-part competency assessment for internationally educated health practitioners (IEPs) — including health care aides, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and psychiatric nurses — who hope to practice in British Columbia. The NCAS assessment process is a mandatory registration requirement for some regulatory organizations.


Program Courses

  • CELBAN/Professional Practice and the Nurse- Client Relationship
  • Health Assessment across the Lifespan
  • Physical Assessment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Pharmacology and Nursing Practice
  • Scientific Basis for Nursing Practice
  • Clinical Nursing Concepts
  • Medical Surgical
  • Maternal & Newborn Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Mental Health Nursing
  • HESI Practice Tests (Comp/Inc.)
  • NCAS Preparation
  • Basic Physiological Needs
  • Health and Health Care in Canada
  • Foundations of Nursing Practice
  • Working with Clients and Families
  • Interview Prep

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The Co-op Advantage

You Can Be a RN/LPN/NA at ZERO Cost.
Doing this course means, you will have plenty of opportunities to earn, majorly through the Co-op Placement program. We estimate you can earn more than Rs 8 lakhs while doing the course.

Why Join This Co-op Program?

  • For Guaranteed Co-op paid Clinical Placement for 9 Months
  • For Preparation of NCLEX/RN/RPN
  • Up Skilling for Lifetime

Why Co-op?

If you are enrolled in a Co-op program, please make a First Appointment with the Co-op Coordinator and make sure you have the following documents:

  • Passport copy
  • Study Permit
  • Work Permit
  • SIN
  • MSP/Medical Insurance
  • Resume

Other requirements you need to consider:

Student must complete 80% of their academic portion and must attain 80% in attendance. Students need to be returning to their coursework after they complete their Co-op work term.

Must pay all tuition fee before the start date of Co-op

What If I already have a job related to my studies?

If you already have a job related to your studies and would like to use it for your Co-op, you will only have to discuss this with the Co-op Coordinator.

Co-Op Requirements

  • TB Test/Certificate of Good Health
  • Completion of a Criminal Record Check
  • Successful completion of all theory courses
  • Maintaining Sprott Shaw College’s attendance requirements

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