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Help for Internationally Educated Nurses featured on OMNI TV

CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs)is a bridge-training program funded by the Government of Ontario to help newcomer nurses obtain their nursing registration and re-start their careers in Canada. For more than 16 years, CARE Centre has supported over 4,000 nurses from 100+ countries around the world to achieve their nursing registration and return to the profession they love. In 2017 New Canadians aired an episode with a focus on CARE Centre’s Pre-Arrival Supports and Services (PASS) program when it was launched with funding from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

CARE Centre will be featured in an episode of NEW CANADIANS TV Show, with the Ontario premiere to be broadcast on OMNI 2 Television, Friday, February 23rd at 9 am. There will be repeat broadcasts and the show will air in other parts of Canada as below:

OMNI 2
Friday, Feb 23, 9:00 am (ET)
Sunday, Feb 25, 7:30 am
Monday, Feb 26, 12:00 pm
OMNI East
Friday, Feb 23, 9:00 am (ET)
Sunday, Feb 25, 7:30 am

OMNI BC / Pacific
Friday, Feb 23, 8:30 am (PT)
Thursday, March 1, 7:30 am
OMNI Alberta / Prairies
Thursday, Feb 22, 10:00 am (MT)
Sunday, Feb 25 7:30 am

NEW CANADIANS is a rich and informative web and TV show portraying stories of recent immigrants making Canada their home, produced by New Horizons Media, and hosted by Gerard Keledjian and Rachel Lee. The magazine-style presentations showcase settlement, education, employment and small business resources available to newcomers to help them maximize their chances of success and ease their integration into Canadian society and the workforce.

NEW CANADIANS profiles successful immigrants who have overcome many challenges and established themselves in Canada. Their stories are retold to inspire newcomers to pursue their dreams and realize their potential. These stories help prospective immigrants to better plan their future in Canada. The show also covers immigrant-related news and special events.Check airtimes at http://newcanadians.tv/omni and for more about NEW CANADIANS visit http://newcanadians.tv/.

CARE Centre for IENs is a not-for-profit professional organization funded by the Ontario Government and the Government of Canada. CARE Centre provides IENs with the one-on-one case management, language and communication skills, exam preparation, professional development, mentoring and networking to be successful in the nursing profession. CARE Centre recognizes the value of nurses with diverse education and experience and is committed to advocating for their full contribution to Ontario’s health care system. CARE Centre for IENs is a registered charity (Charitable Number 84420 5948 RR0001). To learn more about CARE Centre and its work, please visit www.care4nurses.org.

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