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Welcome to Foot Canada Training 

(formerly Foot Care Kingston)

Join our community of 4000+ trained nurses!

Foot Care Nurse Educator and Students

FCN Theory Course
FCN Clinical Course
FCN Clinical Refresher Course
Advanced FCN Skills Workshops
FCN Educator Course
Curriculum License



First in Foot Care Education

Foot Canada Training has broken a lot of ground over the years. From when we first started teaching nursing foot care in 1993 to today, here is an overview of some of our firsts. 

  • FCN Theory and FCN Clinical courses are the FIRST courses in Canada to use a standardized, peer-reviewed curriculum.
  • Foot Canada Training is the FIRST to offer FCN courses online in Canada.

  • Foot Care Nurses across Canada can now take their careers to the next level by enrolling in the FIRST Online FCN Educator course through Foot Canada Training.      

  • "Art & Science of Nursing Foot Care: A Clinical Resource for Nurses in Canada (2017)" is the FIRST multi-authored, peer-reviewed textbook, and is currently the #1 textbook for foot care education across Canada.

  • Foot Canada Training's Founding President and Director of Nursing, Cindy Lazenby R.N., was the FIRST Founding Chair & President of the CAFCN.

  • With our curriculum license, Foot Canada Training is the FIRST organization to make its FCN Clinical, FCN Clinical Refresher and Advanced Skills Workshop Curriculum available to Foot Care Nurse Educators, colleges, universities and health agencies.*

*The Foot Canada Training Curriculum uses the The Canadian Association of Foot Care Nurses National Competencies for Advanced Nursing Foot Care in Canada (2017) as Clinical Performance Standards and is compliant with the IPAC Canada Position Statement 2019 - "Point-of-use sterility of critical, reprocessed foot care instruments for every client". Please check with your provincial governing bodies for educator regulations or restrictions. 

Our Goals, Mission and Values

Our Mission

Foot Canada Training is a nursing foot care education company dedicated to promoting the advancement of standardized and accessible Foot Care Nurse education in accordance with best practice guidelines. We support nationwide education opportunities by offering online Foot Care Nurse and Educator training, and by providing Foot Care Nurse Educators, health agencies and post-secondary institutions access to our curriculum for clinical courses and advanced skills workshops. Our training and curriculum is peer-reviewed, current and meets the standards set by the Canadian Association of Foot Care Nurses' National Competencies for Advanced Nursing Foot Care in Canada.

Our Goal

Assist in the development of a strong and knowledgeable nursing foot care community. 

Our Values

Leadership - We aim to be the leading source of Foot Care Nurse education in Canada. Following the leadership of Foot Canada Training's Founding President and Director of Nursing, Cindy Lazenby, also a founding member of the Canadian Association of Foot Care Nurses, we will continue to be an active advocate in the nursing foot care community for standardized Foot Care Nurse education based on best practices.

Collaboration - We believe in the importance of local and accessible training opportunities and working together with other education providers who share our goal of developing a strong and knowledgeable nursing foot care community. 

Quality - As a provider of nursing foot care education since 1993, Foot Canada Training's curriculum not only reflects our experience gained from over 20 years of teaching in this growing field, but is a product of ongoing collaboration with experts in the foot care community, peer-review and regular updates to keep current with best practices.

Accessibility and Standardization - All nurses should have access to the same level of quality foot care training opportunities, regardless of where they live. To make this possible, a significant portion of the training Foot Canada Training offers is online. We also offer access to our clinical and workshop curriculum to education providers across Canada.