Internationally Educated Nurses who want to practice in Canada can watch videos to find out how CARE Centre can help you become an Ontario nurse.
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.
#CdnImm Panel Discussion on Access to Employment for Internationally Educated Health Professionals Tuesday, November 26, 2013 from 1:30 to 4:00 pm, North York Central Library Auditorium. With the growth in popularity of the “#CdnImm“ hashtag on Twitter, a community has coalesced to share and discuss timely and relevant topics and information about Canadian immigration. The #CdnImm event series, coordinated by OCASI, the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, helps to promote connections, encourage further sharing of information, and expand the community of collaborators in order to enhance understanding of the sector and improve services. CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) has invited...
CARE Centre for IENs would like to extend sympathies to all our of member nurses from the Philippines and the Kababayan community in Canada for the loss and devastation experienced in their home country from Typhoon Haiyan. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone, and CARE Centre staff has contributed to funding for a group of volunteers going to Guiuan and Borongan on Nov 25th to aid in recovery efforts. We would also like to acknowledge Mr. Edsel Mutia, RN, the 2013 CARE Centre Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Award winner, who has asked guests attending his reception later...
Edsel Mutia, RN, a Valued Nursing Mentor in the North York General Hospital Critical Care Unit
The IENCAP (IEN Competency Assessment Program) is a standardized examination designed to test the knowledge, skills and communication abilities of an Internationally Educated Registered Nurse.