Frequently Asked Questions
If you have successfully submitted an electronic registration form, you should receive an automated email generated by the website.
The accelerated and regular part-time study options are designed so learners can study while working. The intensity of the full-time study option requires that learners not work while studying. Please refer to each program information web page for more detailed information.
International nursing graduates are eligible for the Learning Institute’s RN Bridging/Re-Entry Program when they have been referred by the Nova Scotia College of Nursing or the College of Registered Nurses of Prince Edward Island. Learners in our specialty programs must be licensed in Canada.
Programs are designed to build upon entry level competencies to prepare learners to work in specialty areas. Programming for new graduates generally requires additional support for orientation and transition to the workforce. Learners interested in the Critical Care/Emergency/Perioperative programs should check the program's webpage to verify the minimum amount of recent experience recommended prior to taking the program. Please contact LearningInstitute@nshealth.ca.
Unfortunately your online registration form cannot be edited after it has been submitted. If you would like to update your information, please contact Learning Institute administrative support to update your information at 1-800-461-8766.
You will receive an email confirming your acceptance into the program with detailed instructions of your next steps.
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