Internationally Educated Nurse Program

Assists highly skilled internationally trained immigrants (ITIs) gain equivalent work experience in Ontario

  • regulated occupation (for example, nursing, engineering, etc.)
  • non-regulated occupation currently in demand, such as information technology, financial services

Internationally Educated Nurse Program

  • Nursing Communication Foundation Course, 35-50 hour online course, provided by CARE Centre
  • Physical Assessment and Nursing Skill Sessions at the Learning Resource Centre, Mohawk College
  • Career Progression, Job Coaching, Resume Review, Interview Preparation
  • HHS Job Shadowing
Organizations that offer this Service
Hamilton Health Sciences
Sites that offer this Service
McMaster University Medical Centre
Contact for information.
Work: 905-521-2100 x77511 (Administration)
Work: 905-521-2100 x77512 (Project Manager)

1200 Main St W
Hamilton, ON
L8S 2A5


Adults 18 years or older, with a post-secondary certificate or degree from outside Canada, and international work experience in a profession or trade; must be permanent resident, Canadian citizen, Convention refugee or refugee claimant eligible to work in Canada, with English proficiency that meets Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level 7 or above 
Clients in Francophone projects must demonstrate French language proficiency of Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) Level 7 or above, and English language proficiency of CLB Level 6 or above

Areas Served
Vary according to program.
Sarah Quan, Project Manager
Last Full Update
March 19, 2024