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What You Need To Know About Becoming A Registered Nurse In Canada

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Demand for healthcare services is increasing significantly, and the employment outlook for nurses is expected to be above average in the coming years.

An aging population will require the services of healthcare professionals, which will inevitably lead to increased demand for registered nurses.

The process for becoming a registered nurse in Canada depends on the province or territory in which you wish to work.

Foreign nurses can temporarily reside in Canada if they have a valid job offer from a Canadian registered employer.

Each province has different procedures for foreign nurses applying for jobs in Canada.

QUEBEC SKILLED WORKER IMMIGRATION PROGRAM (QSW).

Quebec is committed to attracting the best foreign nurses to its cities by implementing an immigration policy that reflects its
high demand for foreign nurses.

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High salaries, a rapidly growing health care system and available jobs are incentives that qualified
Nurses.

The program offers foreign nurses the opportunity to apply for permanent residency in Canada without first having to present a valid job offer.

The QSW program is based on a point system in which applicants receive points based on a variety of factors, such as

  • Education
  • Work experience
  • Age
  • Language skills.

Applicants who meet the QSW requirements can receive a QSC (Quebec Selection Certificate).

QSW places great emphasis on education and training when evaluating applicants, and the French language proficiency score is slightly higher.

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