I posted in the Student area but it all seemed to be aimed at the US, so I thought I would try my luck in here.
My wife and I start college here in the uUK in September, and in four years will both graduate with a Bsc in Adult Nursing.
The degree now allows for candidates to experience rotations in all departments despite the course being titled as ADULT Nursing.
We both want to move our family to BC, and want to know apart from the CRNE, what are we looking at as far as time scale, extra exams and estimated costs (educational costs) to be eligible to work in BC.
If there are any ex-pats who have done what we are doing, I would really appreciate any advice.
Thanks in advance.
Feb 14, '12
I use the term ex-pat because it appears in loads of threads.
I intend to immerse my family and I in Canadian culture and lifestyle, other wise why the hell would I bother moving in the first place.
Thanks for your advice.
I would like to live a bit further in to the interior, as I prefer the climate, so probably Vernon or similar.
I will try and find out the required hours from BC and see what i can do whilst at Uni.
I am willing to do what it takes to secure work in a good area if possible.
I am under no illusions that it will take hard work and that there may be some tough times ahead.
Last edit by NotReady4PrimeTime on Jun 11, '12
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