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Should i take?

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Greetings. My name is Claire.I am an IEN . I graduated with Bachelor of Science in Nursing on 2007. I got my Nursing Registration in the same year. I came to Canada in 2010. My last hospital experience was 2010. Counting the years, I am out of practice for 7 years. I heard that in order for me to be eligible for Nursing Registration I should have Hospital Experience for the last 5 years. I took IELTS and CELBAN but I failed. And now I am ready to take CELBAN again for 2nd time.Say, I pass my CELBAN and done NNAS assessment. Are you going to send me to a 4 year Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program? Due to the fact that I am out of practice for 7 years and been graduated 10 years ago? Or should I try my luck and hoping for a better result. I hope to hear anything from you soon, I know that only you can answer my questions.Thank you very much.God bless.

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Yes the colleges will expect to see nursing experience between 3-5 years, the college will make their own assessment based on what you submit but if nothing else you will be asked to do a return to nursing course as long as you meet other requirements

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You mean like,they will really send me to a 4-year BSN?

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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They can request that and we have seen this happen or they can ask you to go to a return to nursing course which is not a full nursing course but something to update your knowledge and ensure you meet standards

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Thank you for your response.

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The regulatory body may direct you to do an IEN bridging program rather than a full four year program.

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5 Posts; 191 Profile Views

I am hoping that to happen.

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Do you know someone who has the same case?

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