Roadmap To Living And Working In UK As A Registered Nurse Or Midwife

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Re: Roadmap To Living And Working In UK As A Registered Nurse Or Midwife

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Go to iregUKNMC..

Create a profile.

Register for cbt.

Write IELTS UKVI version, academic module.

Pass with 7,7,7,6.5 in writing, then pay for NMC registration, and the documents that you need to complete the first stage of your proficiency will be sent to you.

Download and upload necessary documents, send NMCN copy to them, pay #53:500 for NMCN verification, write a letter and send in with your request that you need certificate if good standing with your verification.

Get your training school to send your transcript.

Take your health declaration form to a Doctor who is not your employer, husband, wife or friend to fill... ( You'll send this back by courier). Your school will send by courier. Courier fee is included in NMCN 53,500.

You will get a Police Character Certificate.

Then, while waiting for NMCM to send your documents, do an interview with a UK employer.

When NMC is satisfied with your application and documents, they will send you a letter called Decision letter... This is what you'll take to the UK to write your final qualifying examination called OSCE. Most employers will train you for this, it is to know of your clinical ability.

Note: Some employers allow you to come with your family straight, others, when you have passed OSCE. Whichever way, UK is pro family.

Once you're in, great employer will train you for OSCE, pay for your OSCE ( close to £1000), sponsor your trip to your exam centre, some pay for your registration after exams, while some don't...

Then, you get your PIN and......there you're, UK/ international RN.
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