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Emergency Department

Critical Care Nursing Orientation Program (CCNOP)

A life-changing career as a Critical Care Nurse

Nurse using medical machine and looking at camera

Attention Acute Care Nurses: Looking for a new challenging career?

Support innovative care, expand your skills, and make a difference!

Comprehensive training to fully prepare you to work with critically ill patients in an ICU
Additional support to integrate CCNOP graduates into the ICU and your new team

How it works

Guaranteed job in critical care: apply directly to the preferred ICU (at the hospital of your choice) as a nurse trainee and start on the unit upon completing your training.
Comprehensive training: fully preparing you for your new role. You will participate in theory and lab training, with in-unit experience and clinical orientation supported by experienced nurse educators.
Accessible Education: blending online and classroom learning followed by hands-on experience through a specialized clinical practicum in the unit where you will work upon graduation. Lab and clinical (buddied and specialized) experience are important to the CCNOP program.
Paid Training: You will be paid a full time salary throughout your comprehensive training.

Apply Now!
Deadline to apply is March 20th. Course begins April 29th, 2024

You must be accepted into an ICU/SCU nursing position prior to the course commencing.
A minimum of one year acute care experience in surgery, medicine, cardiac or emergency nursing is preferred
Critical Care positions are available in Dauphin and Brandon.
Applicants must apply for a Nursing position online. Successful applicants will then begin training.

Browse our Brandon Careers

Please look for a nursing position in “Acute/Intensive Care Unit (ICU)” or “Critical Care Float Pool



Brandon Regional Health Centre
Sheilagh Remillard

Browse our Dauphin Careers

Please look for a nursing position in “SCU” department



Dauphin Regional Health Centre
Chandel Bailey-Morrison

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