An immigrant and an RPN having a hard time getting hired. - page 2

Good day. This post is for internationally educated nurses who migrated to Canada, specifically in Ontario, and who are undergoing or experiencing problems getting hired as an RPN even though they... Read More

  1. Visit  CarribRN profile page
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    training is one of those english words that cannot be made plural by adding an 's' s is never needed. ie: i attended the training. or i have attended many training sessions on that procedure, or 'is there any training i can attend? never is it too be called 'training.....s, change the words around 'training' just drop the 's'. sounds so foreign and poor english skills. eventhough you may be quite versed in english.

    "to" is a preposition meaning in the direction of, towards, i n comparison with; it introduces the indirect object in a clause or expresses the purpose of an action. "too" is an adverb which means also, likewise, in addition or extremely, very (too hot, too much; i'm english, too).

    ..."is it" or "it is"? => are you asking a question? or are you making a statement? now, i can tell english is not your first language.


    you might wanna proof read before posting specially if you are correcting someone's english skills in a public forum. not knowing the difference between these two simple words, as you have said, "reflects poor english skills".
    Last edit by CarribRN on Sep 28, '11
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  3. Visit  denver reddy RN profile page
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    Always be with good hope................. pray god you will definitely succeed. now lot of requirements are coming in ontario. i.e. hamilton health sciences region................ be self motivated.
    Last edit by NotReady4PrimeTime on Jan 14, '12 : Reason: text-speak/non-standard abbreviations - see ToS
  4. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    I am a new RPN (ontario) I jst passed CPNRE last september 2012 and am currently in the process of getting registered. For the meantime, I am planning to undergo CPR/First aid training while waiting for my license. I have tried searching months ago and saw online that there are different classes of training. I was wondering which kind of training is specifically suitable for an Ontario RPN? I would also like to have the 3-yr valid certificate. can anyone give me a link or suggest which place I should have the training? thank you!
  5. Visit  loriangel14 profile page
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    You would be looking for a HCP ( health care provider) CPR. Even if the certificate says it is valid for 3 years,an employer may stipulate it has to be renewed every year.
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  6. Visit  feljade20 profile page
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    Quote from jay_j
    I am a new RPN (ontario) I jst passed CPNRE last september 2012 and am currently in the process of getting registered. For the meantime, I am planning to undergo CPR/First aid training while waiting for my license. I have tried searching months ago and saw online that there are different classes of training. I was wondering which kind of training is specifically suitable for an Ontario RPN? I would also like to have the 3-yr valid certificate. can anyone give me a link or suggest which place I should have the training? thank you!
    jay_j did you undergo CPR/First aid training? Does it help you to find a job? Cause I'm thinking about that too, I'm still in a process of saving money.lol..
  7. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    Quote from feljade20

    jay_j did you undergo CPR/First aid training? Does it help you to find a job? Cause I'm thinking about that too, I'm still in a process of saving money.lol..


    hello feljade. yes I did last November. I took the HCP level training. i still haven't landed a job but it helps coz they usually require it along with some other courses depending on the job they are posting.
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