A look into the BScN Program at CNC Quesnel
Do you see yourself as a future nurse?
Consider the Nursing Program at the College of New Caledonia, Quesnel. You will learn basic, acute, and critical care skills in an environment that prepares nursing students to work within collaborative and cooperative health care teams. Your instructors will be experienced, professional, caring, and enthusiastic.
Students in the CNC Quesnel Nursing program report high levels of satisfaction with our small classes, individual help and attention from faculty, diverse clinical experiences, and supportive and warm campus environment. Our School of Nursing partners with Northern Health and other agencies to ensure that student learning is practical, functional, and fits in with the health needs of the North. Students complete their first two years with CNC, the next two with the University of Northern British Columbia in Quesnel. Alberta, Nigeria, Manitoba, Ontario, Smithers, Campbell River, Abbotsford, Vancouver, and Langley are some of the places our students call home.
Job prospects and the growth outlook for this profession are very strong, and the role of nurses in health care is expanding. Click here for more. The First Review Date for the September intake of the Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program is March 31. For more info, call our Admissions staff at 250-991-7500
Fully-equipped lab with state-of-the-art, high-tech equipment. Students take part in innovative hospital simulations using high-tech mannequins that simulate various nursing practice scenarios, practice moving patients with lifts and gain understanding of the patient/client experience. The lab is a designated nursing station in case of a community emergency.
Laboratory experiences (labs) help students become practiced and confident giving injections, transferring and mobilizing patients, using effective communication techniques, and more. Nursing students also develop critical thinking skills while learning how to give safe, competent care to patients and families.
The Nursing Simulation Centre is located next to the main lab area. Simulation helps students develop the thinking and psycho-motor skills essential for safe and effective nursing practice. Task trainers, mannequins, and computer software simulate real medical emergency simulations.