Northern College Practical Nursing program gets category-one approval

TIMMINS, ON: Northern College is pleased to announce that its Practical Nursing program has passed the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) program approval process, receiving a category one rating – the highest possible, said a news release from the college on Wednesday.

The CNO conducts reviews every five years, to ensure safe nursing practices that are ethical and efficient in the nursing category and or class for which they wish to register.

The fact that Northern College has achieved a full program approval for the Practical Nursing Program indicates that our program has demonstrated consistent and superior delivery in all aspects of our program,” stated Sarah Campbell, Northern College’s Dean of Health Sciences and Emergency Services.

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Assessments like the one conducted by the CNO helps to ensure that all nurses practising in Ontario meet the organization’s mandate of protecting the public.

This includes curriculum, program outcomes, clinical learning opportunities, practice standards and graduate exam scores,” stated Campbell. 200-120 dumps “Students that apply to the Practical Nursing Program at Northern College can expect excellence in program delivery that is second to none in the Province, and this results is yet another example of how we shine in post-secondary delivery for all students.”

Northern College is committed to providing the highest quality education, specifically designed to meet or exceed the expectations of regulatory bodies like CNO.

Consistently, we hear form our health care partners about the high calibre of our Practical Nursing graduates, and that is gratifying. However, when the regulatory body for Practical Nursing commends our program during an external review process, that is an attestation to the faculty and staff for the diligence and care they put into making our program exemplary”, stated Fred Gibbons, President and CEO of Northern College.

Northern College congratulates its Nursing faculty and staff for once again setting the highest of standards to ensure the best education for its students, said the release. .

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