Hi there I'll be flying to Canada this September if my student visa is granted. I am also currently applied for assessment of eligibility in CARNA. Most likely they will require me to take the SEC assessment in CANADA. Just in case I failed and required me to take the complete course for the bridging program.
I have questions to those IEN currently taking the Canadian bridging program in Mount Royal College:
How much is the cost of the entire course per level? (If an IEN was advice to take all the subjects in the bridging program)
Do the hospitals let the students handle the patient directly under supervision? (for Level III course)
Lastly, any feedback about the course?
Please don't get me wrong about my outlook on my nursing skills or judgment. I asked those questions to plan my finances so that I won't go in CANADA unprepared.
Apr 18, '09
If ever one is found unsatisfactory in the SEC assessment, he has to take the necessary subjects to make up for it like maternity, pediatrics, right? So what are the grounds of taking the bridging program for IEN if this is not compulsary to all? I believe this is another set of classes aside from those you lack in SEC.
Last edit by gemini_star on Apr 18, '09