CONDITIONS TO MEET THE TRAINING AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS IN PARAGRAPHS 1 AND 2 OF SECTION 2
To meet the training and clinical experience requirements in paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 2, a nurse must, in the year following the date of coming into force of this Regulation (2014-03-06),
(1) hold a graduate degree from a Canadian university in health science, education or humanities in a field related to health or human relations or a bachelor’s degree in nursing science from a Canadian university or a bachelor’s degree by accumulated certificates from a Canadian university in a field related to health or human relations, including at least 30 credits in nursing science;
(2) for a nurse holding a graduate university degree, have practised at least 3,360 hours in nursing with persons with mental disorders as part of a practice in which the nurse has participated in the process of assessing mental disorders in the 5 years preceding the date of coming into force of this Regulation and, for a nurse holding a bachelor’s degree, have practised at least 10,080 hours in the 10 years preceding that date;
(3) have successfully completed at least 225 hours of training enabling the nurse to acquire the knowledge and skills required for all the areas provided for in subparagraphs a to c of paragraph 1 of Schedule I. That training may have been acquired at a university institution or a private establishment from a trainer who is a professional authorized to assess mental disorders.