Global Health Emergency Due To Acute Shortage of Nurses In Western Countries Like Canada, Even In India And The Philippines!
The Worldwide Health Organisation, World Economic Forum (WEF) and the UK’s Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) all report that there is a huge global shortage of nurses expected to reach 13 million by 2030, according to the WEF.
The Nursing Times goes even further claiming a shortage of 30 million nurses across the world, including in countries that provide nurses for international recruitment, leading to a global health emergency, according to the latest report from the International Council of Nurses.
The shortage of nurses across the world now extends to countries that provide nurses for international recruitment, such as India and The Philippines.
The latest ICN report reveals that countries that have a tradition of training nurses in order for them to emigrate to work in higher income countries, such as Australia, Canada, US and the UK, are experiencing their own nursing shortage.
The government in the Philippines has now acknowledged a shortage of up to 350,000 nurses, but thousands of nursing degree graduates end up working in call centres due to a lack of training and job opportunities, while private universities churn out hundreds of thousands more graduates each year.
Nurse recruitment from India and The Philippines accounted for 67% of all internationally trained staff that joined the NMC register in 2021-22.
Low pay and opportunities to migrate to the West continues to fuel a strong demand from Indian and Filipino nurses. Thousands are applying for nursing jobs or nurse conversion courses in Canada Australia, Middle East, UK and the US.
The report, Recover to Rebuild: Investing in the Nursing Workforce for Health System Effectiveness, lays out the devastating impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on nurses around the world.
“The worldwide shortage of nurses needs to be considered as a global health emergency”
Reasons for the nursing staff shortage range from ‘burnout’ of western nurses to an aging population in countries like the US, UK, Japan and Canada.
According to the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), there is a current shortage of nurses in Canada estimated at more than 50,000 and this shortage is expected to increase to 139,700 by 2026.
The CNA also reports that the nursing workforce in Canada is aging, with nearly one-third of nurses aged 55 or older.
As these nurses retire, the demand for nursing services will continue to grow. In addition, the aging population in Canada will also increase the demand for healthcare services.
Live and Work in Canada – New Graduate Nursing Programme Launched in Toronto, Canada for Aspiring Filipino, Asian and African Nurses Who Wish to Work as a Nurse and Gain Permanent Residence in Canada.
To help nursing professionals in the Philippines, as well as other Asian and African Countries, who are seeking opportunities in Canada, a prominent institution in Toronto, Canada has introduced an innovative program designed to bridge the gap. This new graduate nursing program is the solution many aspiring nurses have been waiting for.
Unlock Your Dream of Nursing in Canada with the New Graduate Nursing Programme
As the demand for Registered Nurses (RNs) continues to surge in both Canada and the United States, it has become increasingly challenging for nurses from abroad to meet the stringent prerequisites for practicing in these countries. This new initiative aims to empower Filipino and Vietnamese nurses by offering them a comprehensive route to achieving their Canadian nursing aspirations. Your nursing skills are highly transferable, and this program provides you with the opportunity to make the transition from nursing in the Philippines or Vietnam to becoming a certified nurse in Canada with the possibility of Permanent Residence (PR) status and a pathway to Canadian citizenship.
Earn While You Learn – A Unique Opportunity
One of the standout features of this program is that it allows you to earn while you learn. Enrolled students will receive a guaranteed 500 hours of paid work at an impressive rate of $40 CAD per hour. This equates to a substantial earnings potential of $20,000 Canadian Dollars while you study, providing a financial boost as you prepare for your nursing career in Canada.
Nursing Opportunities and Salaries in Canada
Canada is experiencing a nursing shortage, so salaries are competitive. Nursing in Canada offers an array of opportunities. Registered Nurses (RNs) can work in various settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, community health, mental health, and more. Nurse Practitioners (NPs) have advanced practice roles, including diagnosing, prescribing medications, and providing primary care. Specialized nurses, such as paediatric or critical care nurses, are in high demand as well.
In terms of salaries, nurses in Canada are well-compensated for their dedication. On average, a registered nurse in Canada can earn anywhere from $60,000 to $100,000 CAD annually, depending on factors such as location, experience, and specialization. The average RN in Canada earns $80,881 per year, according to jobbank.gr.ca.
Nurse practitioners often earn higher salaries in excess of $100,000 CAD due to their advanced roles.
The Vibrant City of Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, the dynamic capital city of Ontario, is a cosmopolitan metropolis with a population of 2.9 million. This thriving urban center offers an ideal backdrop for your academic and professional journey, ensuring an enriching and diverse experience throughout your studies.
Course Description – Your Pathway to Canadian Nursing
This program is specifically designed for graduate nurses with a minimum of 2 years of working experience in their home country, offering a clear route to Canadian nursing registration, successful completion of the NCLEX exam, and Permanent Residence in Canada. The comprehensive curriculum prepares students for the NCLEX examination and provides a thorough understanding of the Canadian nursing system.
The duration of the program varies, with options for a 12- or 18-month term based on your prior experience and IELTS proficiency.
Invest in Your Future with Competitive Fees
We understand that cost is a significant factor for aspiring nurses. The program offers competitive fees to ensure accessibility for all eligible candidates:
– 12-month course – $16,500 CAD
– 18-month course – $21,500 CAD
Requirements for Enrolment
To be eligible for this exciting opportunity, candidates are required to meet the following criteria:
– Possess a Nursing Degree/Diploma e.g. from the Philippines, Vietnam, or Cambodia
– Have a minimum of two years of nursing work experience in your home country
– Achieve an IELTS score of 6.0/6.5
Ready to Begin Your Journey as a Nurse in Canada?
If you are a dedicated nursing professional with at least two years of experience in the Philippines, this program is tailored to help you realize your dream of nursing in Canada. Don’t miss this chance to embark on a fulfilling career path. For more information and to express your interest, please contact Charles Kelly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Embark on a Rewarding Nursing Career in Canada – Enroll Today!
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