Are you looking for a well-paid, promising nursing career abroad? There are endless opportunities for nurses in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand among other countries. So, if you have a minimum of 1-2 years of experience as a nurse with a healthcare or medical facility in India, you can definitely look forward to having a fruitful career in one of the countries mentioned earlier. But, the most upsetting thing when we talk about nurses in India is that even the most experienced of nurses work for meager salaries for long hours without being provided any perks that nurses in, let’s say Canada, are provided. And when you see the shortage of nurses that these countries are facing and the steps they are undertaking to manage this shortfall, you wonder why we can’t have our nurses go abroad, acquire education that is standard to nursing in those countries, and then have a fulfilling career and a better life. Well, better late than never, we are seeing a shift in the trend. More and more nurses are ready to move to these developed countries in order to make better use of their knowledge and experience in nursing.
But, the move is not as easy as it seems. If Indian nurses move to a foreign country for education or service, they have to fulfill some requirements. Indian nurses are the most sought-after nurses in the entire world, but even they can’t be allowed to practice unless they are registered with the Nursing Registration Council of the country.
Let’s understand what an RN from India has to do or what she/he can expect to encounter in Canada? Well, Canada is amongst the best places for Indian nurses. But, in order to have a great nursing career in the country, you need to educate yourself in accordance with the standard of nursing education in Canada. A postgraduate diploma in nursing in Canada would certainly help. For this, you need to first look for an institute that offers this course and has the reputation of helping nurses find jobs in Canada.
Post degree nursing programs in Canada are not only intended to offer subject knowledge, but also to familiarize nurses with health policies and norms prevalent in the country. They also work to improve the language skills of the nurses.
So if you have made up your mind and wish to migrate, then you must get in touch with us to know more about the courses and opportunities.
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