Quote from kevin peter
1st of all i like to tahnk janfrn 4 ur usefull reply and patience to answer to all
like them me started process to cnada and applied for registration exam
agency telling i will get british Columbia
but i dont know how much salary i will get in that temprory lisence and what will b after passing it?
i hav 1 year experience in medical surgical ward
i hope u can help me.
First of all, I'm having some difficulty reading your post, partly because of the typos and partly because of the text-talk. Please accept this well-intended criticism at face value and try to make your posts more easily understood.
Secondly, my patience is starting to be stretched thin. I seem to be answering the same questions over and over and over. I've tried to find references that posters can use to answer their own questions and put those resources where they'd be readily found, but it seems most choose the easier route of having me (or someone else) do the work for them. I have spent many, many hours doing searches for wage information, immigration information, licensing information, and so on, then publicly posting the results of my work, only to find a few days later that someone else is asking for that same information without actually looking for it first. It's a puzzle to me that people who can find this website on the internet and can figure out how to use it can't do a Google search here, or anywhere else, to find the answers they need.
As I've indicated many times already, the cross country comparison of wages and benefits prepared and updated by the Canadian Federation of Nursing Unions (that is stuck to the top of the Canadian Nurses forum home page) has that information in an easy-to-navigate format. In BC, those IENs whose education has been accepted as equivalent and have been given permission to sit for the CRNE will start working as graduate nurses (level I) until such time as they write the exam. If they pass the exam they then apply for their licenses and become registered nurses. For each year (full time hours or around 2000 actual hours worked) of experience a nurse brings they move one step up the scale. You would start at the second step. Initially you wouild be paid $28.92 an hour plus shift differentials and once you have a license you would be paid $33.70 an hour plus differentials. However, if you fail the exam you will not be permitted to work as a graduate nurse any longer and would then be classified as a nursing assistant and be paid roughly half as much.