NCLEX RN Exam Preparation

CIMT College NCLEX RN exam preparation courses are small and ingestible by design and will take students on a self-guided tour of all of the areas covered on the NCLEX test plan and give them tips for passing. Students can also get practical tips for their nursing practice. Study tips, exam prep tips, case studies, math review, and test banks will help them practice those difficult pharmacology questions. Students would know how to effectively answer the questions and alternative items that they will encounter on the exam. BONUS! NCLEX is conducted through Pearson-Vue.

CIMT College students can book and write their exam right at our Campus!

PRE-REQUISITES: Proficiency in English

NEXT COURSE START DATES

START DATE END DATE DURATION DAY TIMING CAMPUS REGISTER
September 09, 2017 September 30, 2017 3 weeks Sa & Su 9:30am- 3:00pm Scarborough Campus* Register Now

COURSE OUTLINE

CODE OF ETHICS FOR RN

  • Nursing Values and Ethical Responsibilities.
  • Seven Primary Nursing Values.
  • Ethical Endeavors.
  • Ethical Nursing Practice.
  • Professional Practice.

NURSE-PERSON RELATIONSHIP

  • Therapeutic relationship with the person.
  • Professional communication & Social interaction.
  • Providing culturally-competent care.
  • Principles of effective group processes.
  • Principles of a therapeutic nurse-person relationship and response.
  • Promoting the person's positive self-concept.
  • Collaborating with the person in planning and evaluating care.
  • Principles/strategies related to teaching and learning.
  • Therapeutic use of self, communication skills and nursing knowledge.

NURSING PRACTICE: HEALTH AND WELLNESS

  • Potential health risk factors.
  • Health promotion in collaboration with the person.
  • Prioritize needs and develop risk prevention strategies.
  • Principles of participation with key stakeholders in health promotion activities.
  • Facilitates the person's ownership of health promotion plan.
  • Immunization strategies to prevent communicable diseases.
  • Incorporates evaluation strategies into the health promotion and injury and illness prevention plan.

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE CARE ENVIRONMENT

  • Management of Care
  • Safety and Infection Control

HEALTH PROMOTION AND MAINTENANCE

PSYCHOSOCIAL INTEGRITY

PHYSIOLOGICAL INTEGRITY

  • Basic Care and Comfort
  • Pharmacological Therapies
  • Reduction of Risk Potential
  • Physiological Adaptation

Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination - CPNRE - RPN Exam

Nursing offers both men and women a wide range of opportunities for career challenges, travel, professional development and the personal satisfaction of working in a caring profession that helps people to get well or to stay healthy. This course prepares an eligible aspiring nurse to write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination and be able to work in Ontario, Canada. The course focuses on all the competency required for an entry– level Registered Practical Nurse.

PRE-REQUISITES: Proficiency in English

NEXT COURSE START DATES

START DATE END DATE DURATION DAY TIMING CAMPUS REGISTER
August 26, 2017 September 17, 2017 3 Weeks F Sa Su 10:00am - 3:00pm Scarborough Campus Register Now
October 07, 2017 November 05, 2017 4 Weeks Sat, Sun 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mississauga - Dundas St Campus Register Now

COURSE OUTLINE

PROFESSIONAL, ETHICAL & LEGAL PRACTICE

  • Standards of Practice of the profession.
  • Ethical framework of the nurse-client relationship.
  • The legal requirements of practice.
  • Legal requirements regarding documentation.
  • Incident Reports.

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE

  • Therapeutic relationships with the client.
  • Therapeutic communication techniques with the client and other members of the interdisciplinary health care team.
  • Leadership skills within the interdisciplinary health care team.
  • Problem solving and decision making.
  • Communication techniques to provide effective interpersonal interaction

FOUNDATION OF PRACTICE

  • Demonstrates sensitivity to client diversity.
  • Comprehensive health assessments throughout the life span.
  • Time management skills to organize nursing care.
  • Health teaching strategies for the client.
  • Nursing interventions based on nursing assessment.
  • Principles of safe care.
  • The knowledge of pharmacology.
  • Principles of peripheral infusion therapy (IV).
  • The knowledge of infusion therapy to blood and blood products.
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of nursing interventions.
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Duration 60 Hours (RN), 60 Hours (RPN)
Course Fees Contact Us
Faculty Healthcare
Course Level Beginner
Features In Class, Lab, Hands-on Training
Language English

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