A s we get closer to the October 2018 marijuana legalization date, universities and colleges are developing and rolling out training programs to meet the need
Sterling College, with campuses in downtown Vancouver and in Surrey, specializes in Nursing and Creative Technologies programs.
This program guides Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) through the Canadian nursing certification process that enables those who successfully complete the process to be eligible for employment in Canada.
A hands-on approach guides students through understanding not just Canadian healthcare, but the steps and tools needed to complete and pass the examinations required to become a certified Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Canada.
Students with no experience being with Sterling’s Foundations program, Diploma in Creative Technologies, which provides them the opportunity to explore all elements of design, technology, and applied art, to help determine which career path they want to follow.
Graduates of the Foundation program embark on a one year (with no work experience) or two year (with work experience) journey that focuses on one of three areas:
One of the following pre-requisites are required: