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The Practical Nursing (PN) program at Sprott Shaw College prepares students for one of the hottest health care career opportunities in BC. Practical Nurses care for patients under the direction of physicians and registered nurses and take vital signs, such as blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respirations. They can distribute medication to patients, treat bedsores, prepare and give injections, apply dressings, insert catheters and perform other personal treatment. They also help patients with bathing, dressing and personal hygiene. Practical nurses also may collect samples for testing and perform routine laboratory tests.
Upon completion of the Practical Nursing courses at Sprott Shaw, graduates will be qualified to:
Sprott Shaw’s Practical Nursing program includes the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention© Seminar using the Crisis Prevention Institute© curriculum and certified training. All students will be able to take the exam to become Blue Card™ endorsed.
After successful completion of the practical nursing courses and all practical experiences, graduates will be eligible to write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam (CPNRE). After successfully passing the CPNRE exam, graduates must then apply to the CLPNBC for a license to practice in BC as an LPN.
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Thanks to Sprott Shaw College for providing me a comprehensive guideline of Nursing practice in Canada and access to Canadian Health Care System. - Kung Lin -Hsiang
Career Opportunities include: