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Foot Care Nurse Clinical Training

Canada-Wide Foot Care Nurse Clinical Training Options


Nurses who have completed the theoretical portion of their training are required to complete hands-on clinical training before being able to work as a Foot Care Nurse. It is recommended that nurses research opportunities to complete their clinical training prior to commencing the FCN Theory Course.

There are many education providers across the country, including Foot Care Nurse Educators, Colleges, and Health Agencies, who have purchased Foot Canada Training’s Curriculum License, and now offer our courses and workshops in various locations and provinces. Please refer to the map and list below for a current listing of Foot Canada Training Licensed Education Providers. FCT Licensed Education Providers have access to course curriculum including, but not limited to: Clinical courses for new Foot Care Nurses, Clinical Refresher courses for experienced Foot Care Nurses, and Advanced Skills Workshops. These education providers operate independently and must be contacted directly for an accurate course calendar.

While it is not mandatory for FCN Theory graduates to choose to do their clinical training with one of these Licensed Education Providers, nurses are responsible for choosing an education provider who will provide them with the skills required to practice foot care safely and autonomously, according to the regulations of their provincial nursing licensing body. Foot Canada Training recommends that if it is not possible to register with a Licensed Education Provider, nurses should find an education provider whose courses adhere to the CAFCN National Competencies (2017) and the IPAC position statement (2019).

In Association with Foot Canada Training

The following education providers have a license to access and teach Foot Canada Training's Curriculum for the Onsite Foot Care Nurse Clinical course, the Onsite Foot Care Nurse Clinical Refresher course and Advanced Foot Care Nurse Skills Workshops. Note that not all courses and workshops may be available at your location of choice. Please click on the links below and contact a licensed clinical education provider near you for more information on these training opportunities.

British Columbia

College of New Caledonia Logo

Teaching Location: Prince George (British Columbia)

Teaching Location: Cobble Hill (British Columbia)
*Willing to negotiate onsite training and travel to student location. Contact for minimum requirements.


Arlene's Healthy Heels Logo

Teaching Location: Windsor (Ontario)

Confederation College Logo

Teaching Location: Thunder Bay (Ontario)

 Minowaywin Mishkikii Qwe

Teaching Location: Dryden (Ontario)

Next Step Foot Care Logo

Teaching Locations: Atikokan, Fort Frances, Thunder Bay (Ontario)

Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre Logo

Teaching Locations: Sioux Lookout (Ontario)

  • Mary Spray
  • Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre
  • (807) 737-3030 ext. 4488
  • mspray@slmhc.on.ca

Soft Soles Advanced Diabetic Foot Care Logo

Teaching Locations: Ottawa (Ontario) +  Canada-wide remote learning opportunities available Canada-wide remote learning opportunities available

New locations coming soon!

We add new clinical education providers to this page on a regular basis. If you are a student looking for onsite clinical training opportunities, please check back in the coming months if you do not yet see your location listed.

Are you a Foot Care Nurse Educator, college, university or health agency interested in teaching the Onsite Foot Care Nurse Clinical course, the Onsite Foot Care Nurse Clinical Refresher course and Advanced Foot Care Nurse Skills Workshops in your community? Please visit our curriculum page for for more information

It is the responsibility of each nurse to ensure they are working within their scope of practice by following the requirements of their provincial or territorial nursing governing body and national nursing foot care associations as outlined in related policies, competencies, guidelines, standards, acts and regulations.