PassportUSA will return to Seoul, South Korea during the week of September 11-15 to hold nine, half-day training and career sessions for nurses. Attendees will have access to continuing nursing education courses led by a nationally recognized U.S. nursing leader, Earl Dalton. Attendance at the continuing nursing education courses is valued at more than 45,000 KRW, but admission is free for nurses conducting interviews with PassportUSA.
Each half-day session will begin with a presentation on the PassportUSA program and the free services we provide to help Korean nurses immigrate to the USA and secure a position as a registered nurse at a leading U.S. healthcare facility.
Immediately following the PassportUSA program overview attendees will be invited to interview with a PassportUSA representative to determine if they are a good fit for assistance in immigrating to and working in the USA.
The event will conclude with a two hour U.S. nursing education event led by Earl Dalton, Chief Nursing Officer for PassportUSA. Mr. Dalton, a nationally recognized nursing leader, will present the following:
Nursing Practice in America: A review of the nursing care delivery model in the USA.
Nurse Advancement 2017: How to succeed in today’s nursing environment.
The cost to attend the CEU course is $40 USD (approximately 45,000 KRW), but this will be waived for nurses who attend an interview session with PasportUSA.