A Reputable Learning Center for Aspiring Nurses in Canada
At Future Building Nursing Prep Center, we are dedicated to catering to all your needs to pursue a nursing career in Canada.
Conveniently located in Regina, Saskatchewan, we take pride in our work ethics and student-centric approach.
Our highly qualified and trained staff ensures the best possible and effective learning environment. Our experts can bring the classroom experience to your home through ONLINE learning sessions.
Harpreet “Harry” Sagar.
Harry Sagar is the founder of Future Building Nursing Prep Center. ‘Passionate’ and ‘Perfectionist’ are the two matching words to describe his character.
Harry draws inspiration from his own struggle as a highly educated immigrant trying to get back into his own field. That led to the establishment of Future Building Nursing Prep Center in September 2017 with the sole motive of helping Internationally Educated Nurses to succeed by providing accurate and impartial advice.
Under his guidance, FBNPC has grown from a local education center to global entity with customers ranging from Canada, US, Australia, India, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Iran, Kenya, Cameroon, China and many more.
Harry brings wealth of experience ranging from working as a General Practitioner in India, Senior Stop Smoking Consultant & Co-ordinator for Cardio-vascular Risk Assessment Program with National Health Services in the United Kingdom. In addition, he has obtained license to practice as Licensed Practice Nurse here in Canada before founding FBNPC.
“Your Success is Our Ambition” that is what he genuinely believes and works tirelessly to live up to the moto.
A true mentor who leads by example.
Taran is the face and backbone of the Future Building Nursing Prep Center. Her role as Managing Director and Lead Instructor has proven to be pivotal for this organization. FBNPC’s success has skyrocketed with her conviction to excellence and love for evidence-based practice.
Taran is an absolute academic gem having obtained Gold Medal from PGIMER Chandigarh (2008) for B.Sc. (Nursing), Distinction for MBA- Hospital Management, India and Award of Excellence from Conestoga College, Canada (2011) for Enhanced Nursing Practice in Clinical & Critical Care program. In addition, Taran is certified medical surgical nurse with Canadian Nurses Association.
After working as a Registered Nurse in ICU- Neuro Trauma, Endoscopy, Medicine, Surgery, PAC, Oncology and Pediatrics, Taran accepted Faculty Position with Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the SC BScN Program in 2015 till 2022. She is currently dedicated full time to FBNPC to empower IENs globally.
No wonder she has answers to all your questions eh!
Our mission is to help students develop their full potential, improve their self-efficacy, and achieve a rewarding career in nursing.
We serve regional, national, and global nursing students and IENs by contributing to the growth, dissemination, and application of knowledge.
We aim to provide accurate, impartial, and rationalized career counselling and education to aspiring nurses so that they can commence their journey to the dream profession of nursing.
As an internationally educated nurse (IEN), you must set up an account with NNAS before your application will be considered by any Canadian nursing regulatory body if:
You received your post-secondary nursing education outside of Canada;
You have never registered to work as a nurse in Canada;
You want to work as a registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), or registered psychiatric nurse (RPN) in Canada.
No. All IENs who have never been registered to work as a nurse in Canada must set up an account with NNAS before their application will be considered by any regulatory body.
All internationally educated nurses must follow these steps (in order):
- Set up an online account with National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) at www.nnas.ca.
- Complete the online application.
- Pay the required fee.
- Follow the instructions about which documents to submit for verification.
- Once your file is complete, NNAS will evaluate it and provide you with online access to an advisory report, which contains the results of the evaluation. NNAS will also send a copy of this report to the relevant regulatory body.
- You can now apply directly to the regulatory body of your choice and pay their application fee. You will be able to do this from your NNAS online account.
Yes. Once you open an NNAS account, you can apply to more than one province or a different nursing group. Additional fees will apply.
Yes. You have two months from your submission date to create a new order and transfer your payment to a different nursing group. REMEMBER: You have two months to change your nursing group or province for free; however, you still have until your report has been created to add a regulatory body or nursing discipline. This addition is available for a fee by purchasing an Additional Nursing Group or Additional Province through your dashboard.