Wilma had a dream to come to Canada for a very long time.
She heard that Ron Burke, the Founder of OMNI College, would be visiting Kerala, India, to conduct an information session for nurses in India. Although she lived in a different city and could not attend in–person, she really wanted to meet with Ron and thus arranged a Skype meeting.
Saleena is a nurse from India who is now a Canadian Registered Nurse! Saleena has already secured a full-time position in the province of New Brunswick.
In just 15 months she obtained her RN registration, secured a full-time job in Acute Care AND has been able to have her family join her in Canada.
After graduating in India in 2006, nursing was not regarded as a respected profession. Amandeep wanted to have the opportunity to make a difference.
She felt that she needed to get out of India as she didn’t feel that staying would ever give her that opportunity. Since Amandeep came to Canada, all of her dreams have come true. She describes her journey as a “rebirth”.
There are many reasons why people choose to relocate to another country. Most often, it’s to improve their lives and of their family. Canada has always been known for being one of the best countries to immigrate to, and has proven to be a place with a high standard of quality of life. Below are some of the biggest reasons why living in Canada is truly amazing.
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.
OMNI is the best college which can understand the importance of CELBAN and help the students in the best possible way. I would not have done it without OMNI!
Best place for a Internationally Educated Nurses to pursue Nursing in Canada. Million thanks to OMNI College and staff for all the help and support…
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.
Although Canada is known for its scenic beauty, photos do not do it justice. The country is massive, it’s the second largest country in the world, and with so many places to visit you’ll find yourself choosing between forests, lakes, mountains, and beaches.
Canada is well known for its quality of life but also for its value of relaxation and downtime. The convenience of living in a modern, stylish and clean city, while being able to enjoy the great outdoors so close to home is something treasured by Canadians.
Canada also has a reputation for being one of the friendliest countries in the world. Immigrants are welcomed and those who visit or stay, love the diverse culture and overall politeness of people. Canadians are laid-back and known to live an easy going lifestyle. Generally, people will speak to strangers with ease, which makes the transition for newcomers easier to fit in and feel welcomed.
The country is made up of many different cultures, which makes Canada have a vibrant cultural mix of people. This diversity comes from centuries of immigration and is now a distinctive feature of Canadian society. The government values this diversity and tries to protect the cultural heritage of its citizens through the Canadian Multiculturalism Act. Where Canadians are encouraged to take pride in their language, religion, and heritage, and to keep their customs and traditions, as long as they do not break any Canadian laws.
Canada offers free basic healthcare to all of its residents and citizens. It’s based on need rather than ability to pay, and it’s funded by Canadians through taxes. Although each province and territory has its health plan, in general you won’t have to pay for most health care services and any emergency medical services.
Although crime exists everywhere, Canada is considered one of the safest countries in the world. In general, the people in Canada are law abiding citizens. The benefits of living in Canada are great and can change your life completely. Numerous studies have continuously positioned Canada among the top countries to live in. This is mainly due to the universal health care system, low crime rates and overall quality of life. No matter where you decide to live in Canada, your quality and standard of living will be exceptional.
Known for being an open-minded society, Canada is widely known for welcoming people no matter their race, gender or culture. The freedom its citizens have to choose who to love, what to believe in, lifestyle decisions, entertainment choices and so much more – are just some of the reasons why Canada is unquestionably a great country.
3.1 Your student journey at OMNI College begins by completing the CELBAN Test Preparation course (4 weeks). CELBAN is one of the only English assessment tests accepted by the nursing regulatory bodies in Canada. By preparing at OMNI College, you will maximize your chances for success on the CELBAN test, bringing you closer to achieving your Canadian nursing license.
3.2 After CELBAN you will move on to your intensive Canadian Nursing Review (12 months, beginning with Nursing 1000/1001)
*If they have not already done so, students start their account application with the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS). We have created the below step by step process as an example for Internationally-Educated Nurses, assuming they have selected British Columbia as their preferred province, and thus applied to the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP).
*Congratulations, you have now finished your application with NNAS!
*At this stage, you are almost there – keep going!
OMNI FACT: Since January 2015 when the Canadian NCLEX-RN replaced the previous CRNE, OMNI has had 99% of its students pass their NCLEX-RN exam on their first attempt!
*Congratulations, you have achieved your license as a nurse in Canada!
DID YOU KNOW? By the time of your graduation, you will already be 1) a licensed nurse and you will have already gained 2) Canadian work experience. These 2 factors, combined with a job offer, will open doors to many immigration pathway options should you choose to remain in Canada after your studies.*
OMNI FACT: Since 1999, 90% of OMNI graduates have successfully immigrated as Permanent Residents in Canada.
*Disclaimer: Any immigration-related information presented is for general reference only, and should not be considered as advice. For up to date information, please consult with a regulated Canadian immigration consultant and visit www.cic.gc.ca
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