Volume 4. November 2013

Making Connections

CARE Centre undertook a strategic planning process over the spring/summer and now in the fall we have already begun to reap the benefits of those efforts by the board, staff and consultants Vicki Bales and Carolyn Acker.

Intake – New Members and Professional Development

After IENs come to an information session to make sure they meet all the criteria for membership, and have an intake meeting with a case manager, the next step is for them to gather at a New Members Orientation Session which gives them more practical information about CARE Centre’s programs and services, which is followed by a professional development workshop that is open to all members.

In Your Community – Hamilton

CARE Centre for IENs Hamilton office is located on James Street, a section of the city that mixes stately historic churches and buildings with the GO station and busy intersecting roadways – a reflection of CARE Centre itself.

Partners and Programs

Bredin Centre for Learning, a non-profit organization in Alberta, recently purchased a license for CARE Centres’ Language and Communication for Nurses program including the Foundations online offering and all three levels of in-class course curricula, and the IELTS Prep for Nurses with Ea International.