07genona 986 Views
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sorry... sometimes i tend to forget..):
hi, i just want to ask if u passed already the french exam? im moving in montreal next mon, im an IEN..
@homa84, im just curious whydid u transferred to montreal? do u have CRNE license and wants to convert to oiiq.. thanks
its a good news for all nclex passers!
agree.. i also read that article.. im just wondering what nurses who previously passed nclex, can they used it? i hope so!
helu guys, i just browsing the ontario board of nursing and read this on their page..anyone aware of it?
hello guys, pls help me how to renew my nursing license from abroad. im working in middle east. thak you!
navi73, prepare yourself for an uphill struggle to get licensed, to find work, to feel like you fit in unless you're completely FLUENT in French. If you're not, shop keepers, bank employees, restaurant servers and many others will sneer at you, your patients might insist you speak French to them whether they understand English or not and every bill, sign and other documents will be unreadable because they're all in French. At least that has been my
hello everyone, i m from india and planning to apply for qsw programme bt i heard so many negative comments about this programme.can anybody guide me
I am a rn from states, i am here in montreal, i had already sent my papers to oiiq.
I have been looking for work but its not very easy. Though your post is from 2010, if possible please can you email me those agencies you worked with, so that it might work for me to get a job, currently i m jobless , and also where can i buy some books or get study material for oiiq exam.
Thankkkks a lott
Please reply soon,
hi, i have the same dilemna, i want to take BLS here in middle east accredited by AHA before going to canada... shall i take it or not? pls advised . thanks
I am just reading your post and it is 2014! I work in Montreal and I am anglophone, and even though my floor is busy, for the most part, about 95% of the time, we are able to take all of our breaks (15 mins morning break, an hour lunch, 45 mins supper for a 12 hour shift). When it gets too busy the head nurse and assistant head nurse help out on the floor. I have NEVER had to come in earlier to catch up on work. I have worked for almost 3 years and have only had to stay 30 mins later than I was suppose to about twice. I think you need to move to another floor if you have not already
thank you so much guys for all the inputs.... i'll be travelling this spring, lets see how it goes ..im not reallly sure what to expect in quebec but i'll give it a try and see for myself...
no, im not but im learning the basics and im staying in montreal. i heard they offer some free french classes. i just knew one nurse there who are already given temporary license as an RN. but nurses should pass the french exam with in 4 yrs to have a fulltime license.which i heard is very difficult. But all things are possible if u put ur mind and heart into it..
hi..some people say u have to stay there at least 3 years, while some people say u can move anytime but really until now i havent read anything an official statement regarding that matter.. but anyway, i'll try my luck there since quebec has given me a chance and accepted me and be part of their community.. who knows, i might like it there or maybe i might move also somewhere else in the future.. Nothing is certain in this life.. iF plan A doesnt work for me, then theres still PLan B, C, and so on..
hi anna! i want to ask how long did you get your license and if u applied under quebec skilled worker? what types of jobs did u applied while waiting for your registration?
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