Nursing Students + Training Opportunities (2023)

Teaching has long been part of the history of Providence. From the 4,000 nurses who trained at the St. Paul’s School of Nursing over 67 years, to the unparalleled specialty training programs offered today, PHC is committed to helping nurses define their career path.

Employer-Paid Specialty Nursing Training Opportunities

Empowering nurses supports better patient care. As the needs of those we serve increases in complexity, so does the need for specialized expertise in our nursing staff.

Honouring those needs and our commitments to the professional development of our staff, PHC’s employer-paid Specialty Nursing Program funds nurses to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise in areas such as Emergency, Maternity, Perioperative, Critical Care, Hemodialysis and High Acuity.

Providence Health Care will pay your tuition, books and salary, while you learn. Upon successful completion, you will be hired into an existing vacancy in the area of study and will be required to commit to a minimum of one year in the department.
The following programs are offered in conjunction with the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s (BCIT) Specialty Nursing department:

  • Critical Care (ICU/CCU/Cath Lab/CSICU/PAR)
  • Emergency
  • Hemodialysis (Nephrology)
  • High Acuity
  • Maternity (Neonatal/Perinatal)

For detailed course information, visit

Employer-Paid Perioperative Nursing Program

Registered Nurses who want to specialize in perioperative nursing can join a long history of education in the OR at St. Paul’s. PHC’s employer-funded Perioperative Program includes online learning, simulation strategy and clinical preceptorship with a strong emphasis on the clinical portion.

Providence will cover the cost of tuition, books and salary while you complete the program. Nurses who have one to two years of acute care experience are preferred, but the program also accepts new grads who have done preceptorships with us in the OR and who display a keen interest in Perioperative nursing.

All surgical specialties are covered such as general surgery, gynecology, plastics, urology, vascular and thoracic, orthopedics, neurosurgery, ophthalmology and ear nose and throat.

The Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada (ORNAC) has approved this program. Upon successful completion of the Program, graduates are awarded a Diploma in Perioperative Nursing and receive credits toward a baccalaureate degree.

If the possibility of working at Providence Health Care appeals to you, please apply online to our available positions.

Who is eligible?

Registered Nurses with one to two years of medical/surgical experience who have not received post-basic education funding from PHC in the past two years are encouraged to apply!

If you don't have the preferred clinical experience, but have an interest, contact us at

For more information on specialty training at Providence, read thisPHC News story.

For more information on specializing in the OR, read thisPHC Newsstory.

Click here to view Employer-Paid Specialty Nursing Training Opportunities!


PHC Employed Student Nurse Program 2023
About the Program

Providence Health Care's Employed Student Nurse (ESN/ESPN) program provides an opportunity for RN and RPN students to continue their professional development and become part of a committed interdisciplinary team. This paid employment experience allows students to consolidate the knowledge and skills learned in school while gaining increased exposure to the clinical setting. Although the focus is on consolidation, as an ESN/ESPN you will also learn through hands on experience.

ESN/ESPN's are considered supernumerary when working on the unit and are hired as casual employees. This allows for flexibility when scheduling shifts around school schedules. You can also apply your earned seniority towards your first job with us! Numerous positions are available at Mount St. Joseph Hospital and St. Paul's Hospital in many exciting areas. These areas include Acute Medicine, Surgery, Mental Health, Cardiac, Renal, Critical Care, Maternity and our Long Term Care sites.

In addition to the clinical area supports, a dedicated ESN/ESPN educator provides orientation and mentorship during your ESN/ESPN experience and continues to provide support to you as a New Graduate with Providence Health Care. Job readiness will be enhanced through your ESN/ESPN experience, easing the transition from student to qualified nurse.

How Do I Qualify?

You must be able to answer yes to each of the following four statements:

I will have successfully completed the equivalent of year 2 in a recognized nursing education program by April 2023.
I will have completed a clinical placement in Acute Medicine or Surgery before my start date: January, February, March, April and May 2023.
I am eligible for student membership with BCCNM.
I have Current CPR Certification.

How Do I Apply?

Please note that hiring for the 2023 Employed Student Nursing Program has concluded. Please check back in the Fall for our 2024 ESN/ESPN intake.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our Recruitment Team at


Health Career Access Program

Paid training opportunity to become a registered Health Care Assistant

How to get your career started

COVID-19 has increased the need for Health Care Assistants inlong-term care and assisted living services.

Through theHealth Career Access Program, the Province will pay for yourpost-secondary education.

New hires in the program start in a Health Care Support Worker position and receive paid training that leads to full qualification as a Health Care Assistant.

Please note:All successful program applicants must start as a Health Care Support Worker before advancing to a Health Care Assistant position.

Health Care Support Worker

Health Care Support Workers are supervisedby Registered Nurses or other regulated health care professionals. They provide a variety of critical non-clinical, non-direct caresupports to patients and residents.

Duties include:

  • Participating as an integral member of a healthcare delivery team
  • Establishing a caring relationship with clients, residents and families
  • Providing support and assistance with mealtime activities
  • Providing support and assistance in carrying out activities
  • Performing housekeeping duties
  • Greeting and directing visitors
  • Restocking supplies
  • Completing and maintaining relevant records

Health Care Support Workers earn $20.95 an hour.

Health Care Assistant

Health Care Assistants are members of the health care team who provide personal care in a variety of health care settings including acute care hospitals, assisted living facilities, group homes, residential care and community care.

They are supervised by Registered Nurses or other regulated health care professionals and follow established care plans to provide personal care such as bathing, grooming, dressing, assisting with meals and oral hygiene.

Duties include:

  • Helping in the delivery of nursing care, including takingtemperature, pulse and respiration readings
  • Documenting information on a patient’s chart
  • Responding to call bells/alarms in hospital settings
  • Observingand monitoring patientprogress, symptoms and behavioural changes and reporting significant observations
  • Utilizingmechanical aides (specialty beds, lifts, wheelchairsand stretchers) to transport patients
  • Providingassistance with positioning, lifting and/or transferring patients using established lifting/safety techniques
  • Maintaining a clean and safe environment for patients and staff

On average, Health Care Assistants earn anannual provincialsalary of $45,091.

Apply for the Health Career Access Program today!

Stage 1:Start as a Health Care Support Worker

Stage 2:Complete basic training and onboarding

All newly hired health care support workers must complete a provincially standardizedtraining and onboarding program. This is provided by your employer.

You will be paid for your time and any course fees will be covered.

Stage 3: Become a Health Care Assistant

After you completebasic trainingand pass aprobationary work period, you enter astructured education program to become a Health Care Assistant that you complete while you are working.

The program is delivered as a partnership between your employer and an established post-secondary institution
It will take about a yearcomplete and isprovided to you at no cost

Health Care Support Workers will be paid $785 a week while attending class or participating in clinical training as part of the education program.

It is mandatory that participants successfully complete the Health Care Assistant training program.

Employees who do not undertake the Health Care Assistant training are not eligible to work as a Health Care Support Workersand have their salary paid by the Province.

On completion of the program, you earn a recognized post-secondary credential and are eligible to register as a Health Care Assistant.

Health Care Assistants can work across B.C. in long-term care and assisted living facilities, provide community home support and contribute to care that is delivered in acute care hospital settings.

Submit your expression of interesthere!


PHC New Graduate (NG) Program

Interested in joining the New Grad Program at PHC? Here is some information on how to become involved, what the program offers and who you can contact for more information.

How Do I Join The New Grad Program?

Once you have gained employment with PHC you will automatically be part of the program. You do not need to apply to the New Grad Program in order to join. Whether you are an RN, LPN or RPN hired in either a casual, part time or full time position you are part of the program.

Once you are hired, your operations leader/manager will schedule you for New Graduate Nurse orientation where you can meet the educators of the program and find out more. You are officially part of the program for one year but the educators are usually always around!

What Does The New Grad Program Offer?

The program is made up of three different components: Added Support, Education and Consultation.

Added Support

It is becoming widely known that the transition from a student nurse to a fully qualified nurse can be difficult at times. The New Graduate Program at PHC provides a new graduate specific orientation in order to familiarize you with the program and helps to prepare you to start your new career.

Orientation consists of two weeks classroom education, unit specific orientation and guided bedside shifts. The number of guided bedside shifts depends on the unit you will be working on and your previous work experience. The new graduate educators will work with you to ensure you have enough support.

On the unit you will see the New Grad Educators as they check-in with you, see how your day is going and if any clinical help with problem solving is needed. In addition, you will have the support of your Operations Leaders, unit Educators, Clinical Resources Nurses (Mentors), Clinical Nurse Leaders and your colleagues.


The Program provides four educational workshops. These workshops are engaging, interactive and relevant to new graduate learning needs. Topics covered include, interpreting lab results, responding to emergencies, diagnostic tests & procedures and providing care at the end of life.

3 Month Seminar
The first three months can sometimes be the most difficult. Extra support and education is provided at this time and brings new graduates together to talk and share their experiences.

One to One Support
If you require specific education, the educators can meet with you individually, discuss your learning needs and provide extra education, skills lab practice and other resources.


• Assistance / advice regarding career planning
• Goal setting
• One to one support in your transition from student to qualified nurse

How Do I apply for a position at PHC?

Create an account on the careers webpage.

If you are already a PHC employee, please apply as an internal applicant.

For more information, please contact the Nurse Educator for the Employed Student Nurse & New Grad Program by emailing


How can a student nurse gain experience? ›

Gain Valuable Experience in Nursing While Still in High School
  1. Nursing Job Shadowing. One great example of an experiential learning opportunity is job shadowing. ...
  2. Volunteer Work. ...
  3. Part-Time Jobs. ...
  4. Summer Camp Nurse Assistant. ...
  5. Monitor Technician. ...
  6. Phlebotomist. ...
  7. Psychiatric Aide.
Dec 14, 2022

How to survive nursing school while working? ›

With these few simple tips it could help make your life attending nursing school while working full-time a little less stressful:
  1. Stay Organized. Staying organized is an essential part of balancing work, school and life. ...
  2. Incorporate Downtime. ...
  3. Get Active. ...
  4. Say “Yes” to Saying “No”

What is the best way to teach nursing students? ›

16 Common teaching strategies for nurses
  1. Lecture. Giving a lecture involves outlining lessons, creating a presentation and reciting information to students. ...
  2. Mid-lecture quizzing. ...
  3. Simulations. ...
  4. Online course. ...
  5. Videos. ...
  6. Storytelling. ...
  7. Games. ...
  8. Collaborative testing.
Jun 24, 2022

What sort of training is involved in nursing? ›

The minimal qualifications needed to become a practicing registered nurse (RN) are an associate degree (ASN) or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and passing the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses.

What do first year nursing students learn? ›

There's nothing quite like your first semester of nursing school. It's like learning a new language combined with art and science. You'll learn new medical terms and phrases. You'll learn the art of caring for patients while studying the human body, science, and pharmacology (the use and effects of drugs on the body).

Can an average student become a nurse? ›

To start nursing school, you don't need any prior nursing experience or healthcare education. All you need is a high school diploma or GED. Once you are accepted, your journey to RN begins! You can become an RN in 2 to 4 years by studying for an associate's degree (ASN) or bachelor's degree (BSN).

How many hours a day should you study for nursing school? ›

How many hours a day should I study for nursing school? Everyone is different, but in general, it is recommended that nursing school students study anywhere from 2-4 hours a day. Committing class material to memory is essential to becoming a registered nurse, so the more time studying, the better!

How do you balance full time work and nursing school? ›

Balancing Studying With A Full Time Job | 5 Helpful Tips For Nursing Students
  1. Plan Your Time in Advance. ...
  2. Work Smarter, Not Harder. ...
  3. Consider Creating a Study Group. ...
  4. Make Sure You Complete Assignments On Time. ...
  5. Set Realistic Goals For Yourself. ...
  6. Working and Studying is Hard, But Possible. ...
  7. Learn more:

Do most people work while in nursing school? ›

Many students need to work during school, whether to pay for classes, support their family members, or continue to support themselves – they have responsibilities that persist throughout the duration of the program. It's estimated that around 25% of all nursing students in the U.S. continue to work in some capacity.

What is the hardest thing to learn in nursing school? ›

Pharmacology. Pharmacology, or the study of medication, can seem scary because of the sheer scope of the course. "It becomes one of the hardest classes for nursing students due to the depth and amount of knowledge needed," says Megan Lynch, RN and instructor at Pima Community College.

What every nursing student should know? ›

Top 10 skills nursing students need to succeed
  • Confidence. ...
  • Ability to connect the dots. ...
  • Critical thinking. ...
  • Relation-based care. ...
  • Leadership. ...
  • Lifelong learning. ...
  • Think like a nurse. ...
  • Work well with colleagues.

What is the most important thing to learn in nursing school? ›

Communication Skills: An Essential Part of Nursing School

Essential nursing skills like direct and effective communication, combined with good organization, can help you master a variety of tasks and improve the experience of a patient while he or she is under your care.

What is the average age of a nursing graduate? ›

The average age of ADN nursing students at community colleges is 26-40 years old. BSN programs have an average age of early-mid 20s. Students in RN-to-BSN programs are typically in their late 30s.

How can I improve my nursing skills? ›

How to Improve Your Skills for Nursing
  1. Continue Your Education. ...
  2. Explore Advanced Nursing Education. ...
  3. Learn How to Effectively Communicate. ...
  4. Join a Professional Nursing Organization. ...
  5. Make a Commitment to Service and Knowledge.
Mar 23, 2022

What are the 5 nursing tasks? ›

Five Basic Duties You'll be Most Likely to Perform as a Nurse
  • Administering medication. ...
  • Recording and monitoring patient vital signs. ...
  • Maintaining a detailed medical record. ...
  • Drawing blood samples. ...
  • Providing emotional support for patients.
Apr 27, 2022

What I wish I knew before starting nursing school? ›

7 Things You Wish You Knew Before Starting Nursing School
  • There's a lot to learn. ...
  • Don't give up when you fail. ...
  • Get as much rest as you can. ...
  • It matters how you study, not how much you study. ...
  • Wear good shoes. ...
  • Learn to be resilient. ...
  • Your classmates are your new best friends.
Sep 13, 2021

What do student nurses learn? ›

Working as a nurse

Students learn by actively engaging in nursing practice, including gaining responsibility for designing care plans, organising care, practicing skills and delivering patient care themselves,18 20–22 25–27 32 within a supportive environment.

What is the GPA for nursing? ›

Requirements. After acceptance into the nursing program, each student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for coursework in the nursing major to remain in the nursing program.

Does nursing require a lot of math? ›

Nursing in the "real world" generally requires very basic math skills, but almost all programs require at least one college-level math class — usually algebra. Some nursing schools may require a basic statistics course as well, so if you know what schools you're applying to, be sure to check for this requirement.

What is a good GPA for a nursing student? ›

A GPA above 3.0 would be a good GPA for nursing school. That's the requirement for some programs. If you have aspirations for graduate school, you might need a GPA closer to a 4.0, depending on the school or degree you want.

What is the shortest year to study for nursing? ›

LPN/LVN certificate or diploma: one year. ADN program: two years. BSN degree: four years. MSN program: two to three years.

How much sleep do nursing students get? ›

Nursing (RNs)

On average, students in nursing school get 5.69 hours per night. That's probably because they're busy studying enough to get through their four-year degree program for a Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN), an associate's degree in nursing (ADN) or a relevant diploma from an approved program.

Is there a lot of homework in nursing school? ›

If you are a nurse, you should know how much time nurses study. Besides classes, which are usually full-time, they spend about 17 hours on homework weekly in the U.S. Also, the majority of employed nursing students and interns work for 10–20 hours in hospitals.

What is the best shift to work while in nursing school? ›

The best shift to work while in nursing school varies from one student and school to another. If you attend on-campus classes during the day, an evening shift may be the best option for you. If you attend evening or weekend classes, a day shift may work better.

Is it possible to be in nursing school and have time for a job? ›

It is possible to work part-time while in nursing school. In fact, it can even be an advantage to find a part-time job in the healthcare field, according to Donna Cardillo, RN, MA, CSP and author.

What is the hardest job in nursing? ›

The most stressful nursing jobs include ICU nurse, ER nurse, and NICU nurse. In these roles, nurses work in an intense environment with high stakes. They manage emergency situations and care for critically ill patients. Other stressful nursing jobs include OR nursing, oncology nursing, and psychiatric nursing.

What is the hardest area of nursing with work in? ›

Most Stressful Nursing Positions
  • Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses. ICU is an extremely high-pressure environment and these nurses work with patients who have significant injuries and disease with added morbidity risks. ...
  • Emergency Department nurses. ...
  • Neonatal ICU. ...
  • OR nursing. ...
  • Oncology Nursing. ...
  • Psychiatric Nursing.
Jan 27, 2021

Is nursing school hard or just a lot of work? ›

Nursing school should be hard. Good programs take a rigorous, immersive approach to preparing you for patient care. There are pressing deadlines to meet, lab skills to master, and challenging exams to take. You may have moments of feeling exhausted, burned out, or defeated.

What is the easiest class in nursing school? ›

The Easiest Classes in Nursing School
  • Social Sciences (Intro Psychology, Sociology, etc.)
  • Humanities.
  • Intro to Speech (or Communication)
  • English Composition.
  • History.
  • Using Information Technology.

Is it common to fail nursing class? ›

Many nursing schools require a minimum grade of roughly 80% to actually pass, as well. By the time you realize you aren't doing well enough to be successful in the course, the choices can be pretty limited. Failure happens all the time. It happens every day...

Do most people fail out of nursing school? ›

Nursing school is difficult and will be hard to pass. Most students pass their nursing program, so you can too. How many nursing students fail? According to the National League of Nursing, the dropout rate for nursing programs in the United States is around 20%.

What are my weaknesses as a nursing student? ›

Examples of common nursing weaknesses our experts say they hear include: Paying too much attention to detail. Wanting to do everything at once. Spending too long on paperwork.

How many days a week are nursing clinicals? ›

During your clinical rotations, you will generally be in a facility anywhere from five to eight hours a day, once a week. Again, this may vary depending on what nursing program you are in, and if it's a day vs night program.

What is the oldest age to study nursing? ›

To answer this question quickly and succinctly: No, absolutely not, get that out of your head. There is no “appropriate age for nursing school.” We have had students from age 18 to 55 years old in our NCLEX Exam Prep Course and all of them go on to become great nurses. The issue isn't age and it never will be.

What is the oldest age for nursing? ›

I am very pleased to confirm there is no upper age limit to start nurse training so your age is not a hurdle.

Is 40 too old to start nursing school? ›

Older adults, both men and women, wanting to join the nursing profession can bring wisdom, life experience and relatability to the aging population. It is never too late to start life as a nurse if you're willing to embrace new technology, study hard and demonstrate resilience.

What is the strongest nursing skill? ›

Ten Essential Skills for Nurses
  • Teamwork. ...
  • Networking. ...
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving. ...
  • Professionalism. ...
  • Empathy. ...
  • Conflict resolution. ...
  • Adaptability. ...
  • Initiative and strong work ethic.
Jan 16, 2021

What is your strongest skill as a nurse? ›

The key to being a successful nurse is communication.

Communication skills are one of the most important requirements of a nurse's job—both following directions and communicating with patients and families. Patients who are sick or suffering often are not in a position of strength to speak up for themselves.

What are four key skills that a nursing major helps develop? ›

There are many soft skills and the following are the top four that nurses can develop to be great!
  • Effective Communication. Communication begins before you even speak. ...
  • Practicing Empathy. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. ...
  • Organization and time management. ...
  • Networking.
Mar 19, 2019

What are the 5 C's of nursing? ›

According to Roach (1993), who developed the Five Cs (Compassion, Competence, Confidence, Conscience and Commitment), knowledge, skills and experience make caring unique.

What are the 7 pillars of nursing? ›

The seven platforms:
  • Being an accountable professional.
  • Promoting health and preventing ill health.
  • Assessing needs and planning care.
  • Providing and evaluating care.
  • Leading and managing nursing care and working in teams.
  • Improving safety and quality of care.
  • Coordinating care.
Apr 25, 2023

What are the 5 R's in nursing? ›

Most health care professionals, especially nurses, know the “five rights” of medication use: the right patient, the right drug, the right time, the right dose, and the right route—all of which are generally regarded as a standard for safe medication practices.

How can I improve my clinical experience in nursing? ›

11 Ways to Make Nursing Clinical Rotations Awesome
  1. Be bold. As a nursing student, you don't have much to lose, but you have a lot to gain. ...
  2. Have the right perspective. ...
  3. Ask Questions! ...
  4. Research what you don't know. ...
  5. Seek learning opportunities. ...
  6. Build relationships. ...
  7. Be positive. ...
  8. Understand the interplay between roles.
Apr 15, 2019

How do you motivate yourself as a student nurse? ›

Consider the following ways nursing students can keep their motivation levels up while studying for their nursing careers:
  1. Stay Organized. ...
  2. Celebrate the Small Successes. ...
  3. Establish Goals. ...
  4. Make Friends in Class. ...
  5. Avoid Making Comparisons. ...
  6. Keep a Positive Mindset. ...
  7. Be Flexible. ...
  8. Connect With Your Instructors.
Apr 13, 2022

What is the clinical learning experience of nursing students? ›

Clinical experience help nursing students become accustomed to high-stress moments. This experience will enable them to hone their preparation skills and reflexes to ensure that they're ready for anything. Although no day as a nurse is the same, nurses often develop a routine.

How to put clinical experience on a resume nursing student? ›

rotations include it in a “Clinical Experience” section directly after your clinical rotations. Following your clinical experience, include a “Work Experience” section including any specific work experiences you would like to highlight. This can certainly include jobs outside of the healthcare field.

How can I expand my nursing skills? ›

How to Improve Your Skills for Nursing
  1. Continue Your Education. ...
  2. Explore Advanced Nursing Education. ...
  3. Learn How to Effectively Communicate. ...
  4. Join a Professional Nursing Organization. ...
  5. Make a Commitment to Service and Knowledge.
Mar 23, 2022

What is the best way to refresh nursing skills? ›

Take a Registered Nurse (RN) Refresher Course

RN refresher courses are excellent resources that assist nurses wanting to brush up on their knowledge and skills. Whether nurses have been away from the bedside for one year or ten, an RN refresher course will provide helpful updates for nurses looking to return.

What are the challenges faced by nursing students on clinical? ›

In clinical learning environment, lack of effective communication skill, inadequate follow-up of the instructors and unsupportive clinical environment hinder nurse students' clinical practice.

What motivates student nurses? ›

Students' motivation is partially determined by the values and obligations they hold toward nursing. Internal and external evaluations of self and others also contribute to their motivation.

What are clinical learning activities? ›

Clinical learning experiences means faculty- planned and guided activities designed to assist students to meet stated program and course outcomes and to safely apply knowledge and skills when providing nursing care to clients across the lifespan as appropriate to the role expectations of the graduates.

What is experiential learning in nursing? ›

Experiential learning is an educational orientation aimed at integrating theoretical and practical elements of learning that emphasizes the importance of experience for learning. In nursing education, learning through experience is called “hands-on” learning, or learning by doing (Burnard, 1993).

What skills are learned in clinical nursing? ›

Top 10 skills nursing students need to succeed
  • Confidence. ...
  • Ability to connect the dots. ...
  • Critical thinking. ...
  • Relation-based care. ...
  • Leadership. ...
  • Lifelong learning. ...
  • Think like a nurse. ...
  • Work well with colleagues.

What should a nursing student put on a resume? ›

Here are the sections you should include on your resume, and why they are important.
  1. Your Personal Letterhead. At the top of every resume, it's important to include the following: ...
  2. Summary and Objective. ...
  3. Education. ...
  4. Licensure and Certification. ...
  5. Clinical Experience. ...
  6. Work Experience. ...
  7. Volunteer Experience/Group Memberships.
Apr 29, 2014

How do you write a professional summary for a nursing student? ›

You can follow these steps to learn more about how to write a nursing student resume:
  1. Start with your contact information. ...
  2. Add a summary. ...
  3. List your certifications and licensure. ...
  4. Describe your skills. ...
  5. Detail your education. ...
  6. Include your clinical experience. ...
  7. Add any achievements and affiliations.
Mar 16, 2023

What do you put on a nursing resume with no experience? ›

Your nursing student (no experience) resume works best if you include only a handful of relevant skills in your resume's skills section. List any specialties you might have (like pediatrics or geriatrics), plus technical skills like clinical documentation.


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