The College is a government designated, private post-secondary education institution located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Founded in 1999, OMNI College was created by Mr. Ron Burke, a Canadian Registered Nurse.
Ron is a visionary who very early on recognized that there would be shortage of nurses in Canada. The statistics show the facts: Canada simply does not graduate enough nurses to keep up with our country’s aging and growing population.
Determined to find a solution, Ron welcomed the College’s first Internationally-Educated Nurses back in 1999.
Since then, nurses from around the world have continued to study with OMNI College, achieve their dreams of becoming licensed as Canadian nurses, and most have successfully immigrated permanently to Canada. Today, there are many communities of OMNI College alumni working as nurses all across the country.
I would definitely recommend OMNI if you really want to become a nurse in Canada. Everything you need is right there. You are just a few steps away from obtaining your dream job! Good luck!
With the help of OMNI College, I got my LPN license, and have found a job in New Brunswick as an LPN. Now, I am also on my way to becoming an RN.
OMNI is the better option for all internationally-educated nurses from all over the world. It’s the best place and the best college in Canada to pursue your nursing studies.
The support I received from OMNI not only equipped me with the confidence and knowledge that I needed to become a nurse in Canada. It also helped shape the lives of my entire family members in a very positive way. It was a tough journey indeed but OMNI was there for me all the way!
OMNI College provides the necessary knowledge, skills and core values to prepare the Internationally Educated Nurses to practice safely in Canada. It provides motivation to the IENs to serve the public with utmost passion. OMNI Family is where you can feel the love, care, support and understanding that you need in order to succeed as a nurse in Canada.
I learned a lot about the difference of nursing between Canada and Japan and really enjoyed my entire experience at OMNI College.
I’m so grateful to have met my instructor and the people at OMNI. They always do their best to help me and I am so grateful.
“I would like to take this opportunity to extend my gratitude to the whole team of OMNI. From the admin to the instructors: Louise, Debbie, Marina, Shauna and Camellia, you are the best! From February 27, 2015 the day I arrived in Canada and when Tony picked me up from the airport, my OMNI journey began and until now. My journey continues as I want to help other OMNI grads too as much as I can. THANK YOU SO MUCH!”
OMNI College really understands the needs of Internationally-Educated Nurses because they assess each student and determine what they specifically need to practice and work on.
I gained so much from OMNI, among them the most precious thing I got was I passed my RN exam. The exam was extremely tough, but with the training and practice I got from OMNI, made the exam a simple one.
And I’m deeply grateful to OMNI College for enabling me to move forward in my pursuit to become a successful RN here.
It may have taken a while for me to become an RN here but the road to that journey was not that bad. The friends and the family I made along the way, and had brought me to where I am today. Indeed, this OMNI family has always been there for me and will always be something I will be forever grateful for. They had never ceased on instilling hope to us. Thank you, not just for being my gateway here in Canada but most of all, for opening the door towards the future I want for myself and my family. To my fellow international nurses, it is worth the wait and worth the pain, never lose hope and keep your faith!
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