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Clinical Training Program – Testimonials

As part of Passport USA and Health Carousel’s commitment, we provide our nurses clinical simulation-based training because we value our nurses’ ongoing professional advancement and believes that this coursework will enhance their transition to practice in the U.S.

Congratulations to these wonderful Nurses for successfully completing your training! You are now ready to transition to U.S. Healthcare environment!


Here’s what our dedicated Nurses have to say about the Clinical Program Training:

 

Jerone, USRN –  “The medical and surgical is the most beneficial. It help me refreshed some topic that i already forgot. After taking that topic i feel more confident to work in that area. I strongly believe that all the lessons I took in the training will be helpful because they gave scenarios that is applicable in the US settings. I find the system user friendly. The instruction were given clearly and the words they use are not hard to understand.” 

 

Emma Grace, USRN – “I think, topics about medication administration benefit me the most. Since I work in an area where I seldom give medications, it is always good to have refresher courses like these. Same is true with customer service, as healthcare providers, we always deal with people, patients and their families and it is an important skill to communicate to them in the most professional way possible at all times. I can always come back to these topics whenever I need to. Topics are standard based and I am looking forward to be using it again in the future. I find it easy to use and the audios have good quality as well. “

 

Jess, USRN – “The updates in nursing practice that were included in the courses were just fit and helped quite a lot in maintaining my knowledge up to date especially in the US setting. The subjects that were put together were systematically placed and included the most crucial topics and updates. The Training highlighted the pertinent parts to easily learn them. On the whole, everything I learned is definitely essential when one transitions to a setting that is relatively unfamiliar.The program was very easy to use and the best part was the courses were time-guided and fit my schedule.”

 

Emily, USRN – “I think the subject most beneficial to me is the review of system which helped me enhance my knowledge. The review of medication computation has been very helpful as well. Dealing with clients and customer service is an essential part of service oriented work which I think will be valuable in my transition to US. The simulation-based training was user friendly and took my interest much with its various approach in teaching. 

 

Jessica Marie, USRN – “MS subjects were very helpful for us nurses since we work with doctors and other health professionals to administer medicine to patients, monitor their progress, and educate their families on how to manage the patient’s illness. The subjects are very helpful and it refreshed our memory in the nursing process. We work with doctors and other health professionals to administer medicine to patients, monitor their progress, and educate their families on how to manage the patient’s illness. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found it to be extremely valuable in re-energizing my interest in nursing. It was informative and educational.”

 

Junn Ross, USRN – “Yes, there are some non-required but somehow related to nursing like those customer services subjects are beneficial, aside of course from the essential nursing subjects like dysrythmias, general concepts in nursing procedures, documentation, assessment, etc. The simulation-based training helped me have a general and specific overviews of how U.S. clinical settings are, since it’s very different where I work here in the PH. Some of the subjects and modules are very interactive having animations and things like that, it makes the studying less boring.”

 

 

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“More confident in transition to the US healthcare.” – Amanda, USRN

I’ve been a nurse for 7 years, with hospital experience of more than 2 years in General Ward and ER. After completion of the Clinical Training Program, I can definitely say that I became more confident in my current work and in transition to the US healthcare system. The training gave me a glimpse of how it’s like to work in US healthcare. The course outline may look long and tiring, but I finished it in 3weeks. Because the training especially the simulations and videos were very engaging, I wouldn’t notice that I’ve been sitting for hours. The test questions were very refreshing and challenging. What I liked most is learning more about therapeutic communication. There were many techniques discussed that I never knew before. As a nurse, it’s very helpful to have an excellent communication skill to deliver quality care to patients, especially that I will be speaking in a different language that I am not used to speaking.

At the end of the training, I realized it’s not really easy to become a good nurse. But with the help of yourself and with proper training, I am confident that I will be succesful in transition to US healthcare. I’m thankful that I got the opportunity to experience the Clinical Training Program.

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“Modules let you manage real-life situations.” – Antonio, USRN

I’ve been practicing for more than four years in the medical-surgical unit as a Registered Nurse. First, I would like to thank Health Carousel PassportUSA for giving me the opportunity to take the Clinical Training Program in preparation for my transition in my nursing career in Uthe SA. The Clinical Training Program really helps me a lot in developing further my knowledge, skills and attitude that I MUST use in practicing my profession as a RN in the USA. I am more confident and prepared now that I completed training.

Learning is fun indeed with the Clinical Training Program. I really like all the modules especially the simulation modules that have scenarios and let you manage real-life situations, it’s really a good learning experience especially in the field of medical-surgical and mental health.

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“Worthwhile Experience with the Clinical Training Program.” – Yvonne, USRN

Practice nursing for 4 years and was assigned at the medical-surgical unit, NICU and hemodialysis. The Clinical training program delineates standard practice in healthcare delivery system. Completing the course boost my confidence that I can do best to practice nursing in the USA. I had a worthwhile experience with the training program. The coaches are approachable, kind and experts. All topics were substantially helpful in my nursing profession.

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“You can be the next USRN.” – Jolly Ann, USRN

Hello, I am Jolly Muñoz, I joined HCPI last February 2018 and I was then working. At first, I only planned to attend their posted interview with the employer but then suddenly I got an e-mail from them so I responded and they called me explaining very well their program and sponsorship. And so I applied to their NCLEX sponsorship and they granted it to me. I took my NCLEX last March 5, 2019, under their sponsorship and was able to process my NCLEX without too much worry about finances. The program also provided me a good source of review material which also helped during my review and during my exam.

NCLEX was not easy for me because I was working and at the same time I need to review for the NCLEX and that was very tiring and needed to sacrifice some things. During my exam, I consumed the 6 hours and ended at number 190 and thought that I fail the exam but GOD is truly amazing and I PASSED the exam and now a USRN. I cannot be a USRN without the help of Ma’aam Kristine Cruz my program adviser who was very dedicated, patient and very easy to approach with regards to explaining and updating about the program I belong. And also IPASS team who are also dedicated and consistent in updating and processing my NCLEX. For all the tips and words of wisdom, I awe you (ma’am Kristine and Health Carousel team, IPASS team) a lot. Your team has a big part in my #AmericanDream. And to all aspiring nurses like me, hold on to your dream and just trust God and His will for you. You can be the next USRN.

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“Makes sure that you are not left behind” – Shaula, USRN

 

I am Shaula Mugas and I am currently enrolled in the Aspire Program of Health Carousel. To start, I knew about Health Carousel last July 2017 since they started to send out emails to my email. I was curious about this so I inquired with my friends and colleagues about this agency then I was encouraged to try it out.

I officially joined HCPI last August 2017. Once I started giving out my requirements everything went smooth and fast. Modules were given to assist me in reviewing for NCLEX. Once the modules and the comprehensive exam was finished I was given the go signal to take the NCLEX exam. I took the licensure exam last November 2018 and I passed. After passing the exam I am now applying and reviewing for the IELTS exam. Reviewing for the NCLEX was hard since I was also working at the same time and I did not request for leave to prepare for this. I used the modules the HCPI provided, bought a 1-month subscription at Uworld and used Mark Klimek’s study materials and hoped that these review materials are enough for me to pass, thank goodness for God, HCPI and Ipass for wishing me luck on taking the exam because I did pass the exam.

Taking the exams was very nerve-wracking, even though I practiced and answered a lot of NCLEX type questions the actual exam questions actually took me off the table. All I can advise for the nurses who wish to take the NCLEX exam is to always believe in your self and also not to cram your self on review materials the night before the exam. HCPI’s NCLEX program is very good because they really assist you with the process and makes sure that you are not left behind. I also commend the staff for having an infinite amount of patience to the applicants.

God bless HCPI and Thank you so much!

Clinical Training Program – Testimonials

As part of Passport USA and Health Carousel’s commitment, we provide our nurses clinical simulation-based training because we value our nurses’ ongoing professional advancement and believes that this coursework will enhance their transition to practice in the U.S.

Congratulations to these wonderful Nurses for successfully completing your training! You are now ready to transition to U.S. Healthcare environment!


Here’s what our dedicated Nurses have to say about the Clinical Program Training:

 

Jerone, USRN –  “The medical and surgical is the most beneficial. It help me refreshed some topic that i already forgot. After taking that topic i feel more confident to work in that area. I strongly believe that all the lessons I took in the training will be helpful because they gave scenarios that is applicable in the US settings. I find the system user friendly. The instruction were given clearly and the words they use are not hard to understand.” 

 

Emma Grace, USRN – “I think, topics about medication administration benefit me the most. Since I work in an area where I seldom give medications, it is always good to have refresher courses like these. Same is true with customer service, as healthcare providers, we always deal with people, patients and their families and it is an important skill to communicate to them in the most professional way possible at all times. I can always come back to these topics whenever I need to. Topics are standard based and I am looking forward to be using it again in the future. I find it easy to use and the audios have good quality as well. “

 

Jess, USRN – “The updates in nursing practice that were included in the courses were just fit and helped quite a lot in maintaining my knowledge up to date especially in the US setting. The subjects that were put together were systematically placed and included the most crucial topics and updates. The Training highlighted the pertinent parts to easily learn them. On the whole, everything I learned is definitely essential when one transitions to a setting that is relatively unfamiliar.The program was very easy to use and the best part was the courses were time-guided and fit my schedule.”

 

Emily, USRN – “I think the subject most beneficial to me is the review of system which helped me enhance my knowledge. The review of medication computation has been very helpful as well. Dealing with clients and customer service is an essential part of service oriented work which I think will be valuable in my transition to US. The simulation-based training was user friendly and took my interest much with its various approach in teaching. 

 

Jessica Marie, USRN – “MS subjects were very helpful for us nurses since we work with doctors and other health professionals to administer medicine to patients, monitor their progress, and educate their families on how to manage the patient’s illness. The subjects are very helpful and it refreshed our memory in the nursing process. We work with doctors and other health professionals to administer medicine to patients, monitor their progress, and educate their families on how to manage the patient’s illness. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found it to be extremely valuable in re-energizing my interest in nursing. It was informative and educational.”

 

Junn Ross, USRN – “Yes, there are some non-required but somehow related to nursing like those customer services subjects are beneficial, aside of course from the essential nursing subjects like dysrythmias, general concepts in nursing procedures, documentation, assessment, etc. The simulation-based training helped me have a general and specific overviews of how U.S. clinical settings are, since it’s very different where I work here in the PH. Some of the subjects and modules are very interactive having animations and things like that, it makes the studying less boring.”

 

 

“More confident in transition to the US healthcare.” – Amanda, USRN

I’ve been a nurse for 7 years, with hospital experience of more than 2 years in General Ward and ER. After completion of the Clinical Training Program, I can definitely say that I became more confident in my current work and in transition to the US healthcare system. The training gave me a glimpse of how it’s like to work in US healthcare. The course outline may look long and tiring, but I finished it in 3weeks. Because the training especially the simulations and videos were very engaging, I wouldn’t notice that I’ve been sitting for hours. The test questions were very refreshing and challenging. What I liked most is learning more about therapeutic communication. There were many techniques discussed that I never knew before. As a nurse, it’s very helpful to have an excellent communication skill to deliver quality care to patients, especially that I will be speaking in a different language that I am not used to speaking.

At the end of the training, I realized it’s not really easy to become a good nurse. But with the help of yourself and with proper training, I am confident that I will be succesful in transition to US healthcare. I’m thankful that I got the opportunity to experience the Clinical Training Program.

“Modules let you manage real-life situations.” – Antonio, USRN

I’ve been practicing for more than four years in the medical-surgical unit as a Registered Nurse. First, I would like to thank Health Carousel PassportUSA for giving me the opportunity to take the Clinical Training Program in preparation for my transition in my nursing career in Uthe SA. The Clinical Training Program really helps me a lot in developing further my knowledge, skills and attitude that I MUST use in practicing my profession as a RN in the USA. I am more confident and prepared now that I completed training.

Learning is fun indeed with the Clinical Training Program. I really like all the modules especially the simulation modules that have scenarios and let you manage real-life situations, it’s really a good learning experience especially in the field of medical-surgical and mental health.

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