Post Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Canada)

Fundamentals in Canadian Nursing Certificate (FCNC)

A Fundamental in Canadian Nursing Certificate (FCNC) is 26 week online program for student to pursue from their home country. “After 26 weeks, the remaining program can be pursued in Canada”.

The FCNC offers an affordable pathway for PGDCN Program and helps in reducing the student’s living expenses by 6 months. The Student attains the credits for Stenberg’s PGDCN program for the course pursued in India.

Post Graduate Diploma in Canadian Nursing (PGDCN)

Your quest to be an international educated nurse (IEN) ends here as India’s largest online abroad education institute School of International Studies (SIOS) partners with the numero-uno nursing college in Surrey, Canada – Stenberg College.

The 70-weeks program of Post Graduate Diploma in Canadian Nursing (PGDCN) initiates four times in a year in the months of January, April, June and September. This program is the golden key to get the entry level nursing jobs in the overwhelming Canadian job market and a step towards your Permanent Residency (PR). You will be equipped to pass through various check points in the hands of Canadian Government nursing regulatory bodies.

Class Delivery Method

Due to Covid-19 online classes equivalent to the efficacy for regular, in-class levels are conducted with fully equipped and creditable teaching staff.

SOIS is recognized as the top abroad studies institute because of its accreditation and recognition and its affiliation with top-notch colleges abroad. Sternberg College has earned the British Columbia (BC) Government’s Ministry of Advanced Education certificate through the PTIB (Private Training Institutions Branch) and Education Quality Assurance (EQA) which is the embodiment for the highest education standards. Join the best institutes and adhere to the industry norms and requirements with the course curriculum.

Benchmark: SOIS and Stenberg College proudly boast of 98% satisfactory job placement within 6 months of completion of the program.

Career Path

The program PGDCN trains and guides you be a nursing expert ready to take one of the following three career paths:

  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Join the league to provide the healthcare services under direct mentorship of Registered nurse, Physician or a health care specialist. Serve the society by being a prestigious primary health care team member and gain an edge in the following responsibilities:

  • Learn to assist in the rehabilitation activities
  • Learn to administer the right medication to the sick and unwell patients and monitor their progress
  • Learn to monitor and assist patients in different health care settings
  • Learn to frame and document reports, assessments and feedback reports
  • Guide and educate patients with the health advices and health related issues
  • Help and advocate the clients
  • Get equipped to be a team leader and assign care to the unregulated patients
  • Assist the doctors and therapists in performing examinations and consultations
  • Learn to assist in health care in home care settings, geriatric and acute health traumas.

The Licensed Practical Nurse is the profession that can fetch you a decent job with decent emoluments to begin with. SOIS trains and mentors its students in line with international standards and practices.

Once you qualify to be a practical nursing graduate after the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination, you can find employment in public hospitals, long-term care facilities, centers for developmentally disabled, mental health care units, assisted living facilities and home care and support agencies.

  • Health Care Assistant

If you are keen to start your career in hospitals, community agencies, residential and intermediate care facilities, home support agencies, seniors care centers, private homes or assisted living residences, studying and learning to be a health care assistant is a promising career.

Once you are a qualified health care assistant, you can opt to be a self-employed personal care assistant and work independently.

  • Registered Nurse

Registered nurses (RNs), according to the Canadian Nurses Association are the self-regulated health-care professionals who work autonomously and in collaboration with others to enable individuals, families, groups, communities and populations to achieve their optimal levels of health.

As a registered nurse you can work across various health-care systems, deliver direct health-care services, coordinate care and support clients in managing their own health. This is a sought-after profession and SOIS helps its clients achieve their targets with best guidance and training.

Visit www.soisonline.com and fulfill your dreams of studying and gaining employment abroad.

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