TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
The Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Administration & Practice program provides specific training for nurses who have been educated internationally in how to adapt to Canadian nursing best practices.
During this nursing program students will work on test taking strategies and essential nursing topics 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 competency assessment for internationally-educated health practitioners (IEPs) — including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, health care aides, and psychiatric nurses — who want to practice in British Columbia.
Sprott Shaw College’s Post Graduate Certificate Program in Administration & Nursing Practice teaches the specific occupational language and cultural skills necessary to work as a nurse in Canada and to apply this knowledge to the National Council Licensure Exam.
If you are an internationally trained nurse or health care aide, contact Sprott Shaw College today and get started on the required training to practice in British Columbia.
This Nursing Certificate program is available at the following campuses: