FOR INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED NURSES (IENs)
The Canadian Nursing Program for EINs is a professional development and up-skilling program designed for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) with at least 2 yrs nursing experience who want to work in as a registered nurse in Canada.
We invite IENs who meet our eligibility requirements to join us at our Campus in North York, Ontario Canada for a nursing program focused on training EINs to successfully complete all the required steps to meet the educational, professional and legal requirements to work as a licensed nurse (RN / LPN) in Canada.
Our program also includes a clinical placement that will set you up with the confidence and skills to ensure you are fully job-ready as a registered nurse in Canada.
Please note the Private Career College Act, 2005 do not apply to any of the professional development, skill upgrading and examination preparation programs.
Flexible payment plan + potential scholarship
Clinical placement with hospitals and healthcare facilities
Work and earn $ during the program
Effective pathway to employment and permanent residency in Canada
92% + Pass rate on nursing registration exam in first attempt
12 Months - $16,500
18 Months - $21,500
In class (on campus)
November 20, 2023
Theory + practical + clinical placement
Medical Terminology and Healthcare Communication
An English language and professional development module designed for IENs to ensure English fluency in the nursing and medical field.
A professional development module designed to to help IENs update their nursing skills according to Canadian guidelines and to maintain their profession in the nursing field in Canada.
CELBAN/IELTS Exam Preparation
An English language exam preparation module designed to maximize the IENs English competency test score which is required for Nurse registration in Canada.
Nursing Registration Exam Preparation
An exam preparation module focused on preparing IENs for their nursing registration exam including exam preparation strategies, study tips, and practice questions to help participants feel more confident and prepared for their licensing exams.
Jurisprudence Exam Preparation
An exam preparation module focused on preparing IENs for their jurisprudence exam which test a nurse's knowledge of the laws, regulations, and ethical standards that govern nursing practice in a specific Canadian province..
A professional development module that allows IENs to apply their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting under the supervision of a registered nurse (RN) or other healthcare professional.
Students must satisfy ALL of the following:
Nursing Degree or Nursing Diploma
Must be registered as a nurse in their home country
Minimum 2 years of work experience within the past 5 years.
Pass an interview with a TEMC Advisor
Students must satisfy ONLY ONE of the following:
Nursing qualifications delivered in English
Nursing experience in an English setting
IELTS of 6.0 (if qualifications not delivered in English)
APPLICATION PROCESS (step-by-step)
Fill out online application form
Receive conditional offer letter within 5 business days (if approved)
Pay course fee deposit to secure seat (CAD $500)
Receive Letter of Acceptance within 5 business days
Apply for study visa
After Visa is accepted, pay agreed tuition fee (instalments accepted)
TEMC is proud to offer a number of financial assistance initiatives to help internationally educated nurses better afford to fulfilled her dream of studying and settling in Canada.
Students can chose a payment plan which includes 3 equal instalments paid as follows:
- 1st instalment paid prior to the commencement of the course
- 2nd instalment paid after 3 months following the commencement of the course
- 3rd instalment paid after 6 months following the commencement of the course
TEMC is offering up to $5000 scholarship to students who secure their seat with TEMC. To be eligible for a scholarship, students must submit an application to join the program. Scholarships are limited and only available to the first 250 applicants.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I work while studying with TEMC?
Yes. TEMC is a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) under the International Student Program (ISP) approved by the Government of Canada. International students enrolled in our Canadian Nursing Review Program for IENs are eligible to work part-time up to 20 hours per week during studies, and up to 40 hours per week during academic breaks, without a work permit.
Can I bring by partner / spouse / children with me?
In the past, students have been able to bring their families. However, it should be noted that not all IENs are automatically eligible to do so. In some circumstances, it may be recommended for IENs to come to Canada on their own and bring their families permanently when the time is right. We recommend IENs to consult with a licensed immigration consultant.
Where is TEMC Located?
TEMC's campus is located in North York, Ontario. A vibrant and diverse community suburb of Toronto with a wide range of cultural and recreational activities, as well as easy access to transportation, healthcare, and offers a high quality of life for its residents. The area is known for its beautiful parks and diverse neighbourhoods that offer something for everyone.
What happens if my visa gets refused?
Nursing review program visas for IENs typically have a significantly high approval rate. Nevertheless, in the event that a visa is denied, we urge all applicants to carefully review the Refusal Letter to identify the grounds for rejection and consider reapplying. It's not uncommon for students to attain visa approval on their second attempt.
What is the National Nursing Assessment Services?
The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) provides a streamlined assessment service for IENs interested in applying to be a registered nurse in Canada. The purpose of the NNAS application process is to evaluate and authenticate your nursing qualifications, work experience and nursing licenses. Visit https://nnas.ca for more detail.
What is the CELBAN English Exam?
CELBAN is known internationally as a unique nursing specific-purpose language exam, and is informed by nursing and language testing professionals. CELBAN reflects authentic nursing communication and evaluates English language proficiency in listening, writing, reading and speaking.
Can I take an IELTS exam instead of CLBAN Exam?
YES. IENs can take the IELTS exam without needed to take the CLBAN exam. As of January 2023, both IELTS (general) and IELTS (academic) are both accepted English language exams. Please note the IELTS exam will only be accepted when written within two years prior to applying for registration
What is the NCLEX-RN exam?
The NCLEX-RN exam is a standardized test that is used to determine whether an individual is qualified to become a registered nurse (RN) in the United States and Canada.
What is the REX-PN exam?
The Regulatory Exam – Practical Nurse (REx-PN™) is an entry-to-practice exam for those applying to become a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) in Ontario
What happens if I fail the Nursing Registration exam (NCLEX-RN or REX-PN) ?
There is no limit to the number of times you can write the Registration until you pass. You can take the exam once in any 45-day period (up to a maximum of 8 times per year).
Is this program a diploma or certificate course?
The Canadian Nursing Review Program for IENs is a Professional Development and Up-skilling program designed for IENS with existing qualifications and work experience to maintain their nursing profession and become eligible to work as a licensed nurse in Canada. The program is not subject to the provisions of the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
Will I get a refund if my visa gets rejected?
Yes. If your visa is rejected and you decide not to pursue a resubmission, you will receive a refund of your tuition and fees. The amount refunded is determined based on the Tuition Refund Policy outlined in our student handbook.
Is your college approved for PGWP?
Although the TEMC is not designated for the PGWP program, international students who complete the nursing review course and become registered nurses in Canada may be eligible to stay and work in Canada under other work permit programs, such as the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, the International Mobility Program, or a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These programs allow international students who have graduated from non-designated institutions to apply for a work permit and gain valuable Canadian work experience. Students should research and understand the eligibility criteria for various work permit programs and consult with a qualified immigration lawyer or consultant to determine their eligibility and ensure that they follow the correct application process.