Saturday September 29 will see representatives of Aneurin Bevan welcome all overseas trained nurses living in the UK looking for support in gaining their NMC Registrations.
The UK Nursing Pathway Programme has been developed by the Practice Education Team at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and is designed to help those looking to obtain their Nursing & Midwifery Registration.
In addition to providing an opportunity for nurses to obtain their NMC Registration, some of the programme’s perks includes full-time employment with the Health Board alongside financial support.
Nurses will have the opportunity to listen in to a combination of short presentations from the Practice Education Team, Q&A sessions and meetings with nurses currently undergoing the programme, with representatives on hand throughout the day to help answer any questions.
Those looking to attend must have completed a post-secondary level programme leading to registration as a general nurse and must have practiced as a registered nurse for at least 12 months after qualifying to be eligible for consideration.
All internationally qualified nurses living in the UK are strongly encouraged to attend this event!
What you need to bring with you
In addition to bringing copies of your CV/Resume and qualifications, you should also bring documentation relating to your immigration status (if applicable), a valid ID – passport or driver’s licence as well as proof of address (2). If you have previously taken an English language test please bring a copy of the results with you.
When & Where
The UK Nursing Pathway Recruitment Open Day takes place on Saturday 29 September from 10am to 4pm at the Coldra Court Hotel, Chepstow Road, Langstone Newport NP18 2LX.
For more information and registration, please visit our website at www.uknursingpathway.co.uk