CDI College stands out among practical nursing schools for its commitment to quality education and the success of our students. Nursing, in Canada and around the world, is a highly respected and in-demand profession. A Practical Nurse is a valued member of any healthcare team. You need the right education to learn the nursing skills you'll need to thrive in workplaces like hospitals, clinics, schools, or long-term facilities.
CDI College's 51-week training program thoroughly prepares students to enter a satisfying career as a practical nurse. The curriculum covers both practical and academic components to nursing education. The Nursing Arts courses teach students both holistic and clinical nursing placements in medical centres, acute care facilities, and gerontology wards. At the end of the program, students participate in a preceptorship and job search training in order to launch their practical nursing careers.
||The minimum requirements for admission to CDI College is a high school diploma, unless otherwise specified in the program outline. For full admissions requirements you must speak with a CDI Admissions counselor.
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
||To have credits from another institution considered, students must show that the previous course completed is equivalent to the course they are looking to receive exemption from. Students must pay a credit transfer assessment fee for each course that prior learning credit is requested. Prior Learning/Advanced Standing credits can be granted for up to a maximum of 50% of the program. Any courses awarded such credits will have "CR" reflected on the transcript of marks. Credits awarded through advanced standing are not transferable to other learning institutions.