Courses


Quality Assurance

In Class,Workshop

As part of competency for Self Regulation it’s a mandatory for all nurses registered in the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) to participate in the Quality Assurance (QA) Program. Before you renew your license for 2019 attend the QA workshop!


IV Therapy

In Class,Workshop

The IV therapy/ Central Line workshop is 3 hours class consists of classroom lecture and activities. The main focus of the class include the anatomical location of the veins commonly uses in IV access and venipuncture, physiological significance of IV infusion and electrolyte, differentiation of complications of IV therapy, different types central lines, complications and […]


Wound Care 1

In Class,Workshop

By the end of this workshop you will be able to Identify and differentiate the different types of wounds :Pressure Ulcer, Skin Tears, Venus Leg Ulcer, Arterial Ulcer, Diabetic Foot Describe the stages of wound healing Apply wound dressings and different wound dressing products for different types of wounds NB: Clients are encouraged to register […]


Wound Care 2

In Class,Workshop

By the end of this workshop you will be able to Identify and differentiate the different types of wounds :Pressure Ulcer, Skin Tears, Venus Leg Ulcer, Arterial Ulcer, Diabetic Foot Describe the stages of wound healing Apply wound dressings and different wound dressing products for different types of wounds NB: Clients are encouraged to register […]


Competency Assessment Supplement (CAS) Workshop

In Class,Workshop

Learning outcomes for this 3 day course include ability to: identify the competencies related to the elements of communication, critical inquiry, problem solving, leadership, research, assessment, health promotion and ethical/ legal/ social/political considerations; classify unmet CAS competencies to reflect elements; use the nursing process and critical thinking as a framework to structure CAS scenarios; identify […]


IENCAP/OSCE Preparation

In Class

This preparation course, including competency review, clinical scenarios & multiple choice questions, is designed to provide IENs preparing to complete the College of Nurses of Ontario’s IENCAP, with the tools needed for success.  The course includes: comprehensive resource materials; practice opportunities for therapeutic communication, professionalism, client interactions, ethics and language proficiency utilizing Touchstone trained standardized […]


CELBAN Preparation and Orientation

In Class

This 54 hour course is designed to orient participants to the CELBAN test and provide practice in each task area of the CELBAN test. Communication objectives include: speaking and listening skills for client assessments, health teaching, and interacting with colleagues; reading and listening strategies to focus on key information from healthcare resources and interactions; writing […]


Effective Communication Strategies for Nurses (ECSN)

In Class

This 60 hour communication program focused on enhancing effective communication skills for the workplace.  The course is comprised of 4 distinct modules designed to enhance effective communication skills in the workplace.  IENs will build nurses confidence and skills in Effective Telephone Skills; Intercultural Communication; Communicating with Clients and Family; Interprofessional Collaboration.


iCELBAN

External,In Class

The Institutional CELBAN (iCELBAN), is a requirement of membership at CARE Centre.  iCELBAN results are used by case managers to assist IENs in developing individualized plans to improve overall language proficiency as they move toward registration with CNO.   In addition, the iCELBAN assessment allows participants to have a test-taking experience that closely mirrors the official […]


Language & Communication for Nurses (LCN)

In Class

Since 2005 CARE Centre has been providing occupational specific language and communication courses to IENs designed to address the unique need of immigrant nurses. The primary objective of this curriculum is to develop IENs communicative aptitude within the context of the nursing profession in Canada.  The curriculum was developed, and has been maintained by language […]