Assistance Nursing
  • Registered Nursing Assistant
Programs-Assistance Nursing

Program duration Number of semesters
2 Years 4

Program Description

The Nursing Assistance program will prepare you to make a positive impact on people’s lives. Our hands-on approach to teaching provides our students with real-world experience and equips them with the skills necessary to succeed. Our small class environment allows students a greater opportunity to ask questions, participate in discussion and have instructors who actually know who they are

At the end of your program, you will participate in a work practicum. Once your practicum has been completed, we will work with you to ensure you find employment after you graduate. With our post-grad Nursing Assistant employment rate of 90%, studying for your new career could not come with less risk.

Career opportunities for Nursing Assistants exist in regional health authorities, health service agencies, hospitals and personal care homes across Quebec and Canada

Career Choices

  • Registered Nursing Assistant
Competencies
  • Acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to differentiate between concepts of health and disease
  • Develop the knowledge and flexibility to understand and apply the techniques of health assistance and nursing care
  • Learn to establish effective helping relationships with patients
  • Develop the capacity to function in a modern health-care network
  • Learn to communicate effectively
Admission prerequisites
  • Higher Secondary, Diploma or/and recognized equivalent
  • A minimum of second division i.e. overall 50% in academics
  • Fluency in English with a level of IELTS 6.0 band preferred but not less than level 5.5
  • Applicants from China/Korea and other Non-English speaking countries should take English Second Language to meet the admission requirements if they do not have IELTS 6.0
  • Or equivalence as established by the ministère de l’Education, du Loisir et du Sport or the ministere de l’Immigration et des Communautes culturelles
Program Modules
Modules  
The Profession and Training Process  
Global Approach to Health  
Communication at Work  
Basic Care Procedures  
Establishing a Helpful Relationship  
Ethical and Legal Aspects  
Musculoskeletal System and Procedures of Care  
Infection Control  
Pharmacotherapy  
Basic Care  
Nutrition  
Nervous and Sensory System and Procedures of Care  
Endocrine System and Procedures of Care  
Cardiovascular and Respiratory System and Procedures of Care  
Digestive System and Procedures of Care  
Urinary and Reproductive System and Procedures of Care  
Specific Care  
Approach to a Person with Cognitive Deficits  
Approach to a Person in Palliative Care  
Approach to a Person with Mental Health Problems  
Geronto-Geriatric Care  
First Aid  
Care to People with Mental Health Problems  
Medical Care  
Care to People in Physical Rehabilitation  
Surgical Care  
Approach to Mothers & Newborns  
Mother and Newborn Care  
Approach to Children and Adolescents  
Children and Adolescents Care  
Care to a Diversified Clientele  
Program Schedules
  • January
  • May
  • September

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