Mohali based Healthcare Smartz (An APPworx Company) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sprott Shaw College, Vancouver, Canada that will help regional nursing students to enhance their skills and potential to seek respectable employability opportunities in Canada. The MoU was signed between Mr. Patrick Dang, President SSC, Canada and Mr. Manipal Dhariwal, Co-Founder, APPworx and Mr. Nitin Monga, Co-Founder, APPworx, at Sebiz Square, Sector 67, Mohali.
The occasion was honored with the presence of dignitaries including Mr. Yatan Anand, Senior International Admission Advisor, SSC, Dr. Jagmohan Oberai, VP Healing Touch Hospital and DG Ganpati Group of Institutes, Dr. Sarin, Director – Principal Rayat Bahra University, Mr. Tarun Arora, NZ Immigration Consultant, Dr. Hari Kumar, Dean Academics, Dr. Bains, owner Beekay Institute of Nursing, Mr. Avinash Kaul, Immigration Consultant, Dr. Ravinder, Faculty of NCLEX in The Chopra, Mr. Pradeep Prem, CEO, APPworx and Principals and students from number of nursing colleges in the vicinity.
The newly devised program, which is the outcome of this MoU, is designed to prepare Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN) effectively. Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Administration will ensure the eligibility and application for nurse licensure and nursing practice positions. The foundation course will be imparted at Healthcare Smartz campus in Mohali. The course will be under co-op, which gives the opportunity to “Earn While You Learn”.
Commenting on this occasion, Mr. Manipal Dhariwal said – “We are extremely delighted to partner with Sprott Shaw College which will surely mark a new era in health sector. Healthcare Smartz is focusing on nurturing the career of healthcare workers”.
For Mr. Nitin Monga, “This collaboration is a significant milestone in our ongoing initiatives of empowering the youth with the necessary skills and training to be a part of prospering workforce. Our objective is to attract quality talent and sustain professionals of the healthcare industry with continuous training, knowledge exchange and an appetite for evolving with the rapid and complex demands of the healthcare spectrum.”
According to Mr. Patrika Dang, “There is a growing pool of skilled talent and professionals here who dream to have a satisfying career in a foreign nation. Driving the spirit of innovation in education and career, this collaboration will generate enormous opportunities for healthcare workers. For Healthcare Smartz, today marks a significant day and the result of their hard work has paid off. Now I share the same feeling of excitement and optimism when I think of the wonderful possibilities that can come about with this historic partnership”.