Mexicali, BC, Mexico.- CETYS University announced on May 15th of the present year, a registered nurse training program to provide practicing nurses in Mexico an opportunity to practice nursing in California. This program is in conjunction with El Centro Regional Medical Center (ECRMC). The purpose of this program is to develop and provide participants the communication skills related to nursing in the English language, ultimately offering the opportunity to become employed in the hospital. To encourage participation, ECRMC has offered to provide 100% scholarships for the first 15 participants who satisfactorily meet all requirements and pass the interview process. Some of the requirements (among others) include:
Having a current registered nurse license in Mexico
Scoring an English level B1 rating
Being eligible to obtain a TN Visa
The course consists of three fundamental parts which are:
Nursing vocabulary and terminology
TOEFL iBT preparation course and
NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) certification preparation course
The program is open to all registered nurses licensed in Mexico who wish to work at ECRMC and thus grow professionally. A rigorous selection process will occur with each candidate before being granted program entry. Each group size is limited to 25 students.
Interested individuals can request an English placement exam by visiting the Language Center at CETYS University Monday through Friday from 8 am to 7 pm.
This exam is provided at no cost.
If the candidate provides a satisfactory English B1 rating, the student will be given the opportunity to complete an application packet of which will be reviewed by ECRMC.
Program start date is July 16, 2019. Time schedule is contingent on student availability. Both CETYS University and ECRMC expect a positive response from the nursing community in Mexico. To obtain more information, interested individuals can contact the Language Center at CETYS University by calling (686) 567-3710, by visiting the website http://www.cetys.mx/idiomas and via social media platforms.