“I have taken OSCE prep course from HCPT for the April 7, 2017 OSCE. I am pleased to inform you that I have received my results and I have passed OSCE. I want to say thanks to all the team of HCPT, especially our mentor for her guidance and support throughout the course.” Jasmeen, HCPT College Student
“I am happy to inform you that I passed OSCE Examination by God's grace. I appeared for OSCE Examination on February 23rd 2017.I am really thankful to my OSCE instructor for all the guidance and support which helped me to achieve this goal. Moreover heartfelt thanks to all of the HCPT team for arranging such a helpful OSCE preparation course.” Gisha, HCPT College Student
I passed my OSCE. Thank you so much. I couldn't have done it without all of you guys, especially say my thanks to my teacher. Gurkanwa, HCPT College Student
I would like to thank HCPT for helping me to be successful in my OSCE exam. To my teacher and to the rest of HCPT admin and staff you did a great job in making my RN dreams come true.
Thank you very much. Julie, HCPT College Student
Happy to let you know I passed OSCE. Thanks so much to my teacher and the HCPT team. The learnings, demos and feedback definitely helped me in the exam... More power to HCPT. Jocelyn, HCPT College Student
Alberta Registered Nurses Assessment Program (ARNAP)
An important part of the application process for all internationally educated nurses is determining nursing program equivalency, for registration as a Registered Nurse. For RN applicants, this means the Nursing Licensing Body evaluates the educational background to determine if you have successfully completed a program of study that has prepared you with the nursing knowledge, skill and judgment equal to that of a recent graduate of a Canadian university baccalaureate nursing program.
If the Nursing Licensing Body has determined that your program does not meet the program requirement, then you will be asked to complete an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) before the Nursing Licensing Body can proceed with your application.
The Alberta Registered Nurses Assessment Program (ARNAP) is a standardized assessment that tests the knowledge, skills and judgement of internationally educated nurses (IENs) seeking nursing registration in Alberta. In addition to nursing skills, the ARNAP will assess candidates’ language proficiency and comprehension, performance in client interactions, ethics, and professionalism.
OSCE Prep Course to prepare for ARNAP
This program will help the nurses to prepare and build confidence for participating in OSCE. This prep-course will assist nurses to identify strategies to enhance performance in standardized assessment process through hands-on experience. The participants will gain an understanding of how to effectively demonstrate and communicate their ability to conduct clinical assessment in a safe learning environment. The program will further allow the participants to take a history, conduct physiological measurement, manage challenging communication, make a diagnosis and develop a plan of care for treating patients’ while maintaining an appropriate attitude to a patient or situation.
Program Benefits & Highlights
¨ Designed for Internationally Educated Nurses
¨ Comprehensive prep-course, online theory and several days of in class practical experience
üComplete review of entry-level competencies for Registered Nurses
üClinical skills encounters and case scenarios:
o to demonstrate health history taking
o interview skills, and
o perform a complete physical examination
üPre and Post multiple choice test to assess knowledge of key Entry-to-Practice competencies for the Registered Nursing Profession in the area of Professional Responsibility and Accountability, Service to the Public and Self-Regulation
¨ Experienced Facilitators with a history of successful student results
Upon completion of this prep-course, the student will:
1. Have a thorough theoretical and practical preparation for the ARNAP conducted by Touchstone Institute, with the confidence to be successful with the assessment
2. Demonstrate complete health history taking and interview skills
3. Effectively demonstrate and communicate the ability to perform systematic physical examinations
4. Organize and represent the domain of knowledge which involves critical thinking to provide holistic care to patient needs.
5. Confidently demonstrate entry level RN competencies in a variety of case scenarios
Registration Now Open
Register Early only 20 spaces available!!
Course Date: For January 27, 2018 Exam, December 9, 10,11,12,13,14,15, 2017
Location: Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta
For more details about this course please contact us at 416-238-5956 EXT 235
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