Practical Nursing

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Program Description

This program has received approval (category 1) of the College of Nurses of Ontario nurses in March 2015. The current program graduates can seek registration as a licensed practical nurse in Ontario.

This program allows the student or the student to obtain the necessary training to provide nursing care to a diverse clientele, changing and multicultural in various health organizations. The focus is on promoting, maintaining and restoring health is an individual, group or community. Graduation possibly prepare you you register for the licensing examination approved by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) to become licensed practical nurse or licensed practical nurse.

Conditions of admission :

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate
  • A minimum grade of 65% in each of the following courses:
  • 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university
  • 1 mathematics credit: grade 11 or grade 12, pre-college or pre-university
  • 1 biology credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university
  • 1 chemistry credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university
  • 1 credit - English: 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university

Other requirements:

All of the following documents must be submitted to the School of Health Sciences before 15 August

  • first aid certificate issued by a recognized organization *
  • First aid certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Level C * with ISS (involved in health care or HCP Health Care Provider English)
  • Current immunizations (including a Mantoux test 2 stage, the contract vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, vaccination against hepatitis B assay for Hepatitis B and Varicella vaccine against influenza)
  • click to the immunization record
  • click to the picture of vaccines and other requirements of the program
  • a criminal record including verification of the ability to work with vulnerable people
  • WHMIS certificate
  • Adjusting the respirator "mask fit testing"

* Courses in first aid and CPR are offered several times throughout the college by the department of Continuing Education Collège Boréal.

articulation:

Graduates of this program may, under certain conditions, to continue their studies at university level and receive transfer credits for their college education.

Notes:

  • It is essential to be able to communicate in French and English, both oral and written, in clinical placements. Some of the major textbooks in health sciences are only available in English. Wherever possible, the College promotes the use of French textbooks appropriate in the area of ​​scholarship.
  • It is essential to achieve the learning outcomes related to employability, whose communication requirements in English.
  • It is possible that the student or the student must move at its own expense within and outside the region to do internships or laboratories.
  • The provision of care requires good fitness and stamina (Extract from the College of Nurses of Ontario, "Being a nurse, I'm interested. ")
  • see the document: Competencies and skills to practice in Ontario, the College of Nurses of Ontario (http://www.cno.org/Global/docs/reg/51078.pdf)
  • To ensure safe practice when administering drugs, no calculator is permitted.
  • They must pass a comprehensive examination with a minimum passing grade of 70% in step 4 of the program to obtain the degree.

This program is part of the National Consortium project health training; a project made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada.

work environment (type of employer):

  • hospitals
  • Home long-term care
  • retirement homes
  • community

This program is offered subject to sufficient enrollment as defined by Collège Boréal

Step 1

  • BIO1026 ~ Anatomy and Physiology I
  • ENG1003 English communications ~ I
  • French FRA1005 ~ I
  • INF1078 ~ Microsoft Software
  • ~ PSY1002 Introduction to Psychology
  • SIA1000 ~ Nursing Practice I
  • SIA1001 ~ Professional Growth I
  • SIA1002 ~ Nursing I
  • SIA1015 ~ Mathematics for Nursing I
  • SOC1010 ~ Interprofessional Communication

2nd step

  • BIO1027 ~ Anatomy and Physiology II
  • PSY1001 ~ Personal Development
  • SIA1003 ~ Assessment of the health status
  • SIA1017 ~ Nursing Practice II
  • SIA1018 ~ Nursing II
  • General education choice

step 3

  • BIO1017 ~ Pathophysiology I
  • SIA1008 ~ Nursing Practice III
  • SIA1016 ~ Mathematics for Nursing II
  • SIA1019 ~ Pharmacology I
  • SIA1020 ~ Professional Growth II
  • SIA1025 ~ Nursing III

step 4

  • BIO1029 Pathophysiology II ~
  • SIA1022 ~ Nursing IV
  • SIA1023 V ~ Nursing Practice
  • SIA1024 ~ Nursing Practice VI
  • SIA1026 ~ Pharmacology II
  • SIA1027 ~ Nursing Practice IV
Last updated March 2017

About the School

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre perso ... Read More

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre personalised education to a diverse clientele and practices leadership to foster the sustainable development of Ontario’s Francophone community. Read less
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