FREE Job Search Workshops for Internationally Educated Nurses!
FREE Job Search Workshops for Internationally Educated Nurses! • Labour Market Information • Job Search Strategies • Canadian Nursing-specific Cover letter & Resume • Professionally follow up RN/RPN?免费找工讲座! • 就业市场信息 • 找工技巧 • 护士专用的工作信和简历 • 专业地跟进 CPAC Gateway for Internationally Educated Nurses Program is a bridging training program funded by the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada. It aims to help internationally educated nurses (IEN) obtain RN/RPN licenses and employment in Ontario. The program consists of a series of courses and workshops, one-on-one mentoring support and employment services that assist IENs in achieving their career goals. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES - Individual Counseling The employment counselor will help participants work out job search strategies and an action plan. Continuous support and guidance from the counselor will be provided to participants throughout the job search process. - Job shadowing, volunteer, internship/clinical placement Participants will be provided with job shadowing and volunteer opportunities, internship/clinical placement to obtain relevant Canadian work experience. - Job Matching Based on their profile and career interest, the job developer will proactively connect participants with potential employers to develop working opportunities for the program participants. Eligibility Requirements: • A Permanent Residence or Citizen of Canada • Degree/diploma in nursing from a recognized university/college • Work experience as a nurse from the country of origin • Language skills of CLB level 7 or above in all areas • Committed to the pursuit of RN/RPN registration with CNO and nursing employment • Those who have been registered with the regulatory body are NOT eligible To register or learn more about the program and the courses, please send email to grace.lin@cpac-canada.ca or call Grace at 416-298-7885 Ext. 105 -cpac_program(cpac_program) 2014-7-17
FREE Job Search Workshops for Internationally Educated Nurses!