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I m planning to go to canada next year, but i m very confused about the job prospects.?

I m planning to go to canada next year, but i m very confused about the job prospects.? Topic: I m planning to go to canada next year, but i m very confused about the job prospects.?
July 19, 2019 / By Ansonia
Question: i have heard of college called georgian in ontario, barrie, is it good one...........as they say studing there will get me 2 yrs of work permit. i m presently doing bsc hons in hotel n restaurant mgt........but in future i was thinking of a course in HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT or TOURISM MANAGEMENT........which course has higher job prospects, has good demand...............m really tensed, i don want to land up there in a course which has no demand in future as i m giving so much high international fees being an indian. thanks for ur reply's
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Zabdi Zabdi | 3 days ago
move in canada is not good ideas. also study , I live here this place is suck's. so expensive, so expensive so expensive
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Zabdi Originally Answered: What area of Canada has the best job prospects for British nurses?
You will first need to contact the college of nurses in British Columbia and follow their instructions for IENs to apply for a license.They will assess your education and experience and decide if you meet their requirements to write the CRNE. If you pass you will be granted a nursing license.You will have to also get a work permit or apply for immigration.I think the FSW for nurses has been capped for this year and will reopen in February. Canadian nurses are generalist trained. You will need to have theory and clinical hours in adult,peds,OB and mental health in order to get a license.
Zabdi Originally Answered: What area of Canada has the best job prospects for British nurses?
There is alot needed in alberta also in Calgary- esp in the hospitals. The process however, of transitioning your training/education to be licensed as a registered nurse in alberta from britain, you would have to contact the nurses' association to get an idea. I believe you have to be assessed and then recommended to how much refresher you need to be a registered nurse. There is also a licensing exam too. However, in general there are nurse shortages in some units in the hospitals in Calgary. Here is the contact information for the College & Association of Registered Nurses in Alberta (for all of Alberta): College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta 11620 168 Street Edmonton Alberta T5M 4A6 Fax: 780.452.3276 E-mail: [email protected] switchboard toll free at 1.800.252.9392 (Canada-Wide only), or at 780.451.0043 web address: http://www.nurses.ab.ca/carna/index.aspx...

Sheridan Sheridan
I dont recommend Ontario because there are not alot of job offers there and I heard that if you study anywhere in Canada you can get a work permit, But I do recommend Vancouver because right now there is a job boom there and its realy easy to get a job there. I got a succesful job in Vancouver right on the spot! oh and I heard that schools here are good.
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Norton Norton
What your saying there is a high demand in both and pretty much work hand in hand. Will or shouldn't have a problem being you may also be legible for an student immigration grant. The college I worked at had these programs & grants. (UCFV)- The University College of the Fraser Valley http://www.ucfv.ca/home.htm http://www1.servicecanada.gc.ca/en/bc-yk... http://www.tunu.com/sear/g/o/government....
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Norton Originally Answered: Should I take both AP Chem and AP Lang? i'm a sophomore, planning to take these junior year next year.?
If you're not a math person, you'd be a fool to take AP chem. Take AP Bio as a senior. That's what I did and still got into top schools. Take AP Us History, AP Language, Spanish, Precalculus, and then take your pick between AP Government, AP Art History, AP Economics, or AP Enviornemntal Science (these are all way easier tahan AP chem and look just as good on a college app). Getting high grades junior year is CRITICAL for college apps! If you anticipate struggling in chemistry, then don't take it! Take Bio as a senior! Colleges don't look at your grades from senior year so it doesn't matter if you struggle then!

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