Gain the theory, knowledge and practical skills needed to help make a positive change in the lives of others. NIC’s graduates are in high demand in the health care and human services fields. You’ll learn from expert instructors how to support individuals and build stronger, healthier communities.
Fostering the relationship between nursing students and First Nations communities will help address the communities’ need to recruit and retain culturally effective nurses. Another benefit, identified by the Indigenous communities, is improved trust in the health care system and nurses, leading to improved access to health care services for community members.
Instructor, Nursing Program
Specialize to become a valuable member of a multi-disciplinary health care team
Earn professional recognition, connect with community partners and explore global opportunities in the health care field. NIC’s graduates are nationally recognized and highly sought after for their leadership, practical skills and cultural knowledge, developed through our strong network and community work placement opportunities.
Connect with compassion and make a difference in the lives of others
Gain the communication skills, theoretical knowledge and practical skills you need to start working in the field. NIC’s graduates are in demand.
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