Category Archives: CELBANPrep

How do I choose the best tutor for the CELBAN?

Choosing the best tutor for the Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses (CELBAN) can be challenging, but there are a few key factors to consider that can help you make the right choice: qualifications, experience, availability, teaching style, and cost.

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Why is it so hard to get a 10 in listening?

Getting a score of 10 in the listening section of the Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses (CELBAN) can be challenging for several reasons:

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Where can I find the best CELBAN Preparation material?

There are several resources you can use to prepare for the CELBAN (Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses) test. Here are some options:

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How can I get a 10 in CELBAN Listening?

To get a score of 10 in the CELBAN Listening section, you need to demonstrate a high level of comprehension of spoken English. Here are some steps you can follow to prepare for the test:

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How can I prepare for CELBAN Writing?

Here are some steps you can follow to prepare for the CELBAN Writing section:

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What is CELBANPrep university?

CELBANPrep University is a comprehensive online English language preparation program designed to help individuals prepare for the CELBAN (Canadian English Language Benchmark Assessment for Nurses) test. It provides study materials, lessons, and guidance to help individuals prepare for their careers in Canada by improving their English language skills and increasing their chances of passing the CELBAN test.

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๐Ÿ“‹ NEWS: Is fast-tracking Internationally Educated Health Professionals on the horizon?

PHOTO: (MARC DOUCETTE/CBC)

“Would changing how doctors in Canada are licensed help reduce the physician shortage?”

Will these changes be reflected in how nurses in Canada are licensed?

What is the state of affairs for International Medical Graduates in Ontario?

“The shift vacancy rate at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital emergency department in northwestern Ontario has dropped slightly from 44 per cent in June to 41 per cent at the start of August, CEO Ray Racette says.”

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๐Ÿ“ฑNEWS: Ontario’s health minister has sent directives to the [CNO] directing them to make every effort to register [IENs] as quickly as possible.

“Ontario’s health minister has sent directives to the College of Nurses of Ontario (#CNO) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario directing them to make every effort to register internationally trained professionals as quickly as possible.”

“A 2020 report from Ontario’s fairness commissioner showed that 14,633 internationally educated nurses were actively pursuing a licence through the College of Nurses of Ontario. That same year, just over 2,000 international applicants became fully registered members.

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๐Ÿ“ฑ#14 NEWS!! IEN Supervised Practice Experience Partnership

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.)

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