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Practical Nurse Preparation

Designed to prepare foreign-trained nurses to challenge the CPNRE, to obtain their Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) certification, one of the most highly-valued credentials in the health services industry today.

The program consists of 14 courses. It can be completed in 6 months, over 795 hours of classroom theory and practice experience.

Admission requirements include:

  • English 12 or equivalent
  • TB & Criminal Record Check, or proof to demonstrate that the process for acquiring these is in progress and then submitted before the first day of class(student will be entitled to full refund if either come back with a result which does not all them to complete the program)
  • Proof of graduation from a recognized Nursing university/college program

Students will review entry level competencies identified by the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia (CLPNBC), the Canadian health services system, health history and assessment procedures, pharmacology, and clinical judgment. In addition, activities are planned that will enhance the students' understanding of cultural diversity and the significance of problem-solving and critical thinking in today's Canadian health care service provision environments.

Special emphasis is on Canadian test taking standards to prepare you to successfully complete the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam.(CPNRE). Course list is as follows:

Review of English for nursing purposes
Clinical Judgement
Overview of steps to LPN Registration in BC, Canada
Problem-solving and critical thinking
Entry level competencies for LPN's
Review of cultural competencies
LPN Scope of practice & limitations
Reivew of clinical skills and use of current technology
Canadian Health Care System Review
Facility Preceptorship
Pathophysiology Review
Multiple choice and short answer exam techniques
Review of health history & health assessment
Practice written exams as used in CPNRE
Pharmacology Review