Hope is finally on the horizon for Internationally Educated Nurses, living in Canada, seeking gainful employment in Canada.
While many of us are negatively impacted by COVID there have been many positive changes for Internationally Educated Nurses living across Canada seeking licensure to practice as Practical and Registered Nurses.
Back in January 2021 major changes happened with the delivery of the CELBAN, the Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses. (This is one of two English Exams required of IENs before they can become licensed health professionals in Canada.)
The reason for that is because in Canada there are two exams to choose from to establish your English proficiency. They are the CELBAn and the IELTS, but many Internationally Educated Nurses find it difficult to acquire the required score on the IELTS, so they start investigating the alternative. What many do not understand is that the CELBAN is …
Did you know that we have been assisting Internationally Educated Nurses since 2009? That’s right. Since 2009, Internationally Educated Nurses from around the world, and across Canada, have come to CELBANPrep to prepare for the Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses.
Kim Kara, the founder of CELBANPrep University, has been preparing IENs like you for the CELBAN since 2009. Learn the secret to preparing for the CELBAN that WISE IENs know about passing the exam through this quick 4-minute video.
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