Thank you to everyone who made the inaugural Conference for Internationally Educated Nurses: Enhancing Canadian Healthcare gathering such a success.
Nursing specific courses at CARE are specially designed for IENs and are only available to CARE members.
CARE Centre partners with the Ontario Telemedicine Network to adapt and deliver language and communication courses.
The CARE Centre strives to be exemplary in all its pursuits to empower internationally educated nurses entrance into Ontario.
A free, unique opportunity available to CARE members. Develop your knowledge of nursing, language and culture in a Canadian health care setting.
Are you struggling to complete a Competency Assessment Supplement (CAS)? We recommend enrolling in CARE Centre’s CAS Workshop. The three-day workshop will be held: January 13, 20 & 27
Enjoy a selection of conference photos including the Welcoming Reception, Opening Remarks, Keynote Speech, Panel Discussions, Concurrent Presentations, the 2014 CARE Centre Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Award presentations, our sponsor exhibitors, our donors, volunteers and our many delegates. Click on the first image to start the slideshow!
Applicants who are able to show they have successfully written NCLEX will be exempt from writing the CRNE having met the College of Nurses of Ontario "registration examination" requirement.
The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) has joined 22 nursing regulatory bodies across Canada in launching the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS). All IEN applicants to the CNO must submit their applications and pay their initial assessment fees to NNAS within a secure online environment.