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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anastasius: 11:02am On Aug 26
protonz:

pls someone should pls answer this question .
am having a similar problem

i used 1999 for my NMCN reg, but i have 1994 on my waec certificate smiley

now am planning on going for passport using 1999 as my dob

i don't know if there would be any consequences to this
U sha. From Radiography to Fisheries to Nursing and army and now u considering Street levels. Hmm
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Yuzee: 5:04pm On Aug 26
It's the same
Fisaejiw:

pls is statement of result different from notification of result
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by protonz(m): 8:09pm On Aug 26
anastasius:

U sha. From Radiography to Fisheries to Nursing and army and now u considering Street levels. Hmm

pls do i know you ??

Bros we plan on settling for Nursing!
its all for the best to prevent future shalaye.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Adunola20: 11:53pm On Aug 28
Adunola20:
Hello Great Nurses,
Please, I am about to start the process for my nursing registration in Canada.

Please, how can I apply for verification from the NMCN?
How much is it?
How long does it take?

Thank you.



My fellow nurses, can someone please help me with this?
Thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickylois(f): 6:15am On Aug 29
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by sophiebby: 9:18pm On Aug 29
sophiebby:
Please house,does anyone know how to solve wrong date of birth on waec certificate which is different from the one I registered with nmcn ?..and please can it delay any of my processing to the UK,CANADA OR USA ..because I’ve not started at all..please your reply will be appreciated

Please someone should reply
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anastasius: 6:27pm On Aug 30
August 25, 2020
Tips on New Zealand Nursing Registration Pathway.

BNSc is required.
IELTS 7 in each component and you are allowed to combine if the tests are taken within 12 months, OET is also accepted with a score of 350, combination is also accepted. These two basic requirements are the first thing that makes you eligible for registration.
First Stage: The Nursing Council New Zealand (NCNZ) process is in three stages, firstly CGFNs credential evaluation(you need 5 documents for this, Nigeria nursing council verification, criminal check, photo ID like passport, employment reference and your ( IELTS/OET)

Second stage - they will send the report to NCNZ directly and the NCNZ will issue you a decision letter to apply for CAP - Competency Assessment Program. The decision letter usually comes with a list of accredited CAP provider and their tuition fee ranges from 6000-10000 nzd which has to be fully paid.

Third Stage: After you have gotten a CAP placement and you have paid, you need the school receipt , decision letter and your bank account statement that will show that you can pay for your flight and support yourself financially during your CAP.

Please note that you will not be paid during your CAP and you are not allowed to work in any capacity until you are fully registered and you will be on a visitor visa for that 3 months. After your CAP you will write a mini exam and your CAP provider will submit your application for your licence.

Fourth Stage: As soon as your licence comes usually within 2-3 weeks you can get a job and convert your visa to a work visa. This allows you to bring in your family and immediately you get a work visa you are eligible for residents permit as a skilled migrant. Nurses are given priority and you will get it faster than other non health professionals.

Important Notes:

NZ does not have an embassy in Nigeria but you can get your visa via south Africa. No stress, the courier will pick up your passport from your home drop it off in SA and they will call to inform you when the visa is ready and courier will return it back to you. When you are applying for your family, you can do it online for them since you are already in NZ.

Also, there are no agents to sponsor you in NZ the only agents available are Asians but you have to pay them but it doesn't worth it, the processing is easy and very transparent you can save that money for your upkeep or part of your CAP fee.

CAP classroom lecture is only for 2 weeks of basic nursing procedures like vital signs and few pharmacology calculations, it's a time for you to shine because I know Nigerian nurses are intelligent.

Tips On Australia Nursing Registration Pathway:

For now NZ route is the cheapest and easiest way to get in to Australia registration pathway through their trans Tasman agreement. With your NZ licence no exams required, you only need to pay a token to get your Australia registration.

If you have post basic nursing please do not apply for registration with it only apply for RN registration, the speciality experience will help you get a job in that field and from there you can study to get their own post graduate certificate if you wish. And if you're already registered in an English speaking country and wants to relocate to NZ, you can get a waiver for English proficiency but other processing remains same

On a lighter note, the money you spent migrating to New Zealand or Australia is worthwhile, because at the end of the day your kids can enjoy free education and free health.

For further enquiries, kindly drop your questions in the comment and i will be glad to provide you with good responses. You can as well subscribe to the blog in order to receive an alert for a new info.

The best wishes.

Ajiteru E.A RN(NIG, NZ, AUST) RM, RPHN, BNSc, MSc (UK)

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Abatemtem(m): 11:29pm On Aug 30
Adunola20:


My fellow nurses, can someone please help me with this?
Thanks in advance

17,500
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by bivoprad: 9:15am On Aug 31
It cost 53, 500
It can take up to 6 weeks
Adunola20:


My fellow nurses, can someone please help me with this?
Thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BEEJAY452(m): 11:15am On Aug 31
anastasius:
August 25, 2020
Tips on New Zealand Nursing Registration Pathway.

BNSc is required.
IELTS 7 in each component and you are allowed to combine if the tests are taken within 12 months, OET is also accepted with a score of 350, combination is also accepted. These two basic requirements are the first thing that makes you eligible for registration.
First Stage: The Nursing Council New Zealand (NCNZ) process is in three stages, firstly CGFNs credential evaluation(you need 5 documents for this, Nigeria nursing council verification, criminal check, photo ID like passport, employment reference and your ( IELTS/OET)

Second stage - they will send the report to NCNZ directly and the NCNZ will issue you a decision letter to apply for CAP - Competency Assessment Program. The decision letter usually comes with a list of accredited CAP provider and their tuition fee ranges from 6000-10000 nzd which has to be fully paid.

Third Stage: After you have gotten a CAP placement and you have paid, you need the school receipt , decision letter and your bank account statement that will show that you can pay for your flight and support yourself financially during your CAP.

Please note that you will not be paid during your CAP and you are not allowed to work in any capacity until you are fully registered and you will be on a visitor visa for that 3 months. After your CAP you will write a mini exam and your CAP provider will submit your application for your licence.

Fourth Stage: As soon as your licence comes usually within 2-3 weeks you can get a job and convert your visa to a work visa. This allows you to bring in your family and immediately you get a work visa you are eligible for residents permit as a skilled migrant. Nurses are given priority and you will get it faster than other non health professionals.

Important Notes:

NZ does not have an embassy in Nigeria but you can get your visa via south Africa. No stress, the courier will pick up your passport from your home drop it off in SA and they will call to inform you when the visa is ready and courier will return it back to you. When you are applying for your family, you can do it online for them since you are already in NZ.

Also, there are no agents to sponsor you in NZ the only agents available are Asians but you have to pay them but it doesn't worth it, the processing is easy and very transparent you can save that money for your upkeep or part of your CAP fee.

CAP classroom lecture is only for 2 weeks of basic nursing procedures like vital signs and few pharmacology calculations, it's a time for you to shine because I know Nigerian nurses are intelligent.

Tips On Australia Nursing Registration Pathway:

For now NZ route is the cheapest and easiest way to get in to Australia registration pathway through their trans Tasman agreement. With your NZ licence no exams required, you only need to pay a token to get your Australia registration.

If you have post basic nursing please do not apply for registration with it only apply for RN registration, the speciality experience will help you get a job in that field and from there you can study to get their own post graduate certificate if you wish. And if you're already registered in an English speaking country and wants to relocate to NZ, you can get a waiver for English proficiency but other processing remains same

On a lighter note, the money you spent migrating to New Zealand or Australia is worthwhile, because at the end of the day your kids can enjoy free education and free health.

For further enquiries, kindly drop your questions in the comment and i will be glad to provide you with good responses. You can as well subscribe to the blog in order to receive an alert for a new info.

The best wishes.

Ajiteru E.A RN(NIG, NZ, AUST) RM, RPHN, BNSc, MSc (UK)

@Anastasius

Thanks for the info. Please; (1) what is usually the cost of living in NZ say for 3months ie amount needed for upkeep? (2) how much is required as per account statement for Visa approval? (3) is vacancy/placement always available to run the '2-month' Competency Assessment Program - CAP? (4) are there always vacancies for RN in NZ like USA and UK? Thanks in anticipation.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Adunola20: 2:14pm On Aug 31
bivoprad:
It cost 53, 500
It can take up to 6 weeks

Thank you.
Please how can I apply?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Iruosonobrugwhe: 3:08pm On Aug 31
Any luck with this yet? does any one know who can hlelp?

raphok1:
Good Evening Fam. Please does anyone know about this stage in the new NMC UK process? I want to know if one still has to contact NMCN for this "Regulator verification". I already contacted them (with the 17,500 naira payment) during the earlier "qualification Regulator verification" and "evaluation". Pls I need an explanation. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amotolongbo(f): 5:48pm On Aug 31
barbiee:
@sumbzie78, @babyyo8, @cyrilade01, @Yugotee
I sent you CBT materials as requested.

About the licence verification as an intern Nurse, I spoke to NMC uk about this issue recently and they said you can start your UK registration as soon as you pass your Nursing council exam. However, I have come to understand that NMCN might not want to send your license verification immediately you finish school but I'm not entirely sure if NMCN will refuse to give NMC UK your records when they request for it so it is worth a try, you can also try to get a letter from your school to claim that you have passed the Nursing council exam if NMCN refuse to send your verification and see if that makes a difference. If that doesnt work then my advice would be to start studying for and Writing the IELTS exam in the meantime.

If you want to be a midwife in the UK, you need to register for CBT midwifery, midwifery jobs are hard to get but not impossible, there are also few study materials Available for CBT midwifery. Unfortunately I dont have any. If anyone has materials for CBT midwifery please send them to me too. Thanks in advance.

If you did the 18 months Nursing program and you want to be an Adult Nurse in the UK, you only need to verify your 18 months Nursing qualification. You also need to inform NMCN and your school to send a letter to NMC UK saying your 18 months nursing program qualifies you to be a Registered Nurse.

@chuksozy if you have the funds then in my opinion relocating with your family at the same time is a good idea. Apart from the fact that you get everything done together as a family e.g visa, flights, gp registration etc, your wife will be more stable mentally to deal with the pressures of a new workplace and a new lifestyle. Living in a new country can be very stressful, intimidating and lonely. Avoid it if you can.

@MrsAnn thank you for defending @Bluebeard, you couldn't have said it better. We are all here to learn and mistakes are inevitable, I'm also learning from you guys here and most of the comments I read are enough to see me smiling through the day. I expecially laughed loud and long when bluebeard called vickyehi an auxiliary. I was like "what? You did not just say that!" Anyway, Thank you vicky for your diplomatic and intelligent answers and thank you @Auschris for clearing that misconception about Avant. It is nice to see you back on the thread.

Happy Nurses week to all the friends I haven't met yet, that includes you too! Please Stay safe during this pandemic.
Good evening ma.
Please can you send the CBT material to me?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anastasius: 7:29pm On Sep 01
BEEJAY452:


@Anastasius

Thanks for the info. Please; (1) what is usually the cost of living in NZ say for 3months ie amount needed for upkeep? (2) how much is required as per account statement for Visa approval? (3) is vacancy/placement always available to run the '2-month' Competency Assessment Program - CAP? (4) are there always vacancies for RN in NZ like USA and UK? Thanks in anticipation.
I was trying to drop the link to where I got the info from but I kept t getting banned. I'm not a nurse nor involved, also, the author is entertaining questions on the post. Maybe you should browse adams health blog. That's where I got it from Cc: justwise seun lalasticlala., can't we drop links as source to our posts again Terrible
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by tolajay: 11:40pm On Sep 01
Thanks!

Bookmarked.

anastasius:
August 25, 2020
Tips on New Zealand Nursing Registration Pathway.

BNSc is required.
IELTS 7 in each component and you are allowed to combine if the tests are taken within 12 months, OET is also accepted with a score of 350, combination is also accepted. These two basic requirements are the first thing that makes you eligible for registration.
First Stage: The Nursing Council New Zealand (NCNZ) process is in three stages, firstly CGFNs credential evaluation(you need 5 documents for this, Nigeria nursing council verification, criminal check, photo ID like passport, employment reference and your ( IELTS/OET)

Second stage - they will send the report to NCNZ directly and the NCNZ will issue you a decision letter to apply for CAP - Competency Assessment Program. The decision letter usually comes with a list of accredited CAP provider and their tuition fee ranges from 6000-10000 nzd which has to be fully paid.

Third Stage: After you have gotten a CAP placement and you have paid, you need the school receipt , decision letter and your bank account statement that will show that you can pay for your flight and support yourself financially during your CAP.

Please note that you will not be paid during your CAP and you are not allowed to work in any capacity until you are fully registered and you will be on a visitor visa for that 3 months. After your CAP you will write a mini exam and your CAP provider will submit your application for your licence.

Fourth Stage: As soon as your licence comes usually within 2-3 weeks you can get a job and convert your visa to a work visa. This allows you to bring in your family and immediately you get a work visa you are eligible for residents permit as a skilled migrant. Nurses are given priority and you will get it faster than other non health professionals.

Important Notes:

NZ does not have an embassy in Nigeria but you can get your visa via south Africa. No stress, the courier will pick up your passport from your home drop it off in SA and they will call to inform you when the visa is ready and courier will return it back to you. When you are applying for your family, you can do it online for them since you are already in NZ.

Also, there are no agents to sponsor you in NZ the only agents available are Asians but you have to pay them but it doesn't worth it, the processing is easy and very transparent you can save that money for your upkeep or part of your CAP fee.

CAP classroom lecture is only for 2 weeks of basic nursing procedures like vital signs and few pharmacology calculations, it's a time for you to shine because I know Nigerian nurses are intelligent.

Tips On Australia Nursing Registration Pathway:

For now NZ route is the cheapest and easiest way to get in to Australia registration pathway through their trans Tasman agreement. With your NZ licence no exams required, you only need to pay a token to get your Australia registration.

If you have post basic nursing please do not apply for registration with it only apply for RN registration, the speciality experience will help you get a job in that field and from there you can study to get their own post graduate certificate if you wish. And if you're already registered in an English speaking country and wants to relocate to NZ, you can get a waiver for English proficiency but other processing remains same

On a lighter note, the money you spent migrating to New Zealand or Australia is worthwhile, because at the end of the day your kids can enjoy free education and free health.

For further enquiries, kindly drop your questions in the comment and i will be glad to provide you with good responses. You can as well subscribe to the blog in order to receive an alert for a new info.

The best wishes.

Ajiteru E.A RN(NIG, NZ, AUST) RM, RPHN, BNSc, MSc (UK)
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 2:53pm On Sep 02
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by raphok1(m): 12:21am On Sep 04
Iruosonobrugwhe:
Any luck with this yet? does any one know who can hlelp?


Heard it's call "good standing"
Also heard it takes time, the two people I know who have gotten theirs said it took them three months
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ogalanyaidi(m): 8:48am On Sep 04
ASSISTANCE PLEASE.

My wife is an Australian registered nurse who is in need of her Certificate of good standing from The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria as she was a registered nurse in Nigeria before she relocated to Australia.

Can someone help me with any link to get this certificate of Good standing sent to Australia within the shortest possible time frame.

I will really appreciate your support.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Iruosonobrugwhe: 6:37pm On Sep 04
yes, it is 'good standing'. Didnt use to take this long before. i really appreciate

raphok1:


Heard it's call "good standing"
Also heard it takes time, the two people I know who have gotten theirs said it took them three months
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by DFmum: 3:43pm On Sep 05
Please who has the Nigeria Omni college representative number. Someone needs it urgently, thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by DFmum: 3:46pm On Sep 05
Please who has the Nigeria Omni college representative number. Someone needs it urgently, kindly send to nueleyo@gmail.com, thanks.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Stephesiri: 10:58pm On Sep 05
@iyaejima please I am a Registered Nurse in Nigeria and will soon Relocate to Manitoba via PNP soon, as our PR awaits Approval

Please I am lost in the process, I saw your write-ups and response to some key issues,

I am an RN with BNsc from Nigeria please I need your guide.

1) I have been told to apply for Both LPN and RN evaluation from NNAS to enable me work as LPN while I wait for the outcome of Manitoba Licensure process which someone told me it might take forever.

2) I was also told to pay for NNAS RN and LPN evaluation to report to be sent to Province like Ontario or New Brunswick because I might get it lots faster there and convert to Manitoba License when I am done.

Please guide me I need a sincere assistance and seeing you are in Manitoba give me a great pleasure to hear from you. Please here is my what's app number and email. I will like to keep on touch forever


+2347032578551
Stephesiri@gmail.com

Please I awaits your response

Regards Nurse Stephen

IyaEjima:

I beg to disagree with this info cuz I am practising in Manitoba. Even with the merger (which is only within one health region (and only in the ER and ICU depts which Nigerian nurses hardly go to) leaving other specialty areas in this region and other health regions free of this your allegation, there are still nursing positions open every single day and people are still getting employed. The college (and not board) doesn’t delay applications (evaluations come from NNAS by the way, You apply to the college after NNAS and people hear back from the college within 5-7days at the latest). People delay themselves because it takes them forever to come up with the exam fee, pick an exam date and prep for their competence exam. Need I add that many IENs are scared of the exam and spread rumours around instead. I remember people telling me it was the hardest exam ever and if I listened to them and prepared eternally, I may never have gathered the courage to write it. So please be very objective when you advise people.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Symbae: 8:40am On Sep 09
vickylois:
Hello house,
If anyone has a very close TB Test date at IOM Lagos and will not want to do it immediately but swap for a farther date( say 17th September). Please quote this tweet and i’d be in touch with you�
Ready to pay a token for the date.
Thank you

Please how did you book your TB test. I need to urgently book mine at lagos centre
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickylois(f): 1:36pm On Sep 09
Symbae:


Please how did you book your TB test. I need to urgently book mine at lagos centre



What is your location?
You will get their email address for your location on their website and then send a mail to them stating you want to book a TB test and the purpose of the test.
They will respond with your booking details.

Sorry just saw your location.
Email address is iomlagosmedicalbooking@iom.int
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Symbae: 5:19pm On Sep 09
vickylois:




What is your location?
You will get their email address for your location on their website and then send a mail to them stating you want to book a TB test and the purpose of the test.
They will respond with your booking details.

Sorry just saw your location.
Email address is iomlagosmedicalbooking@iom.int

Thank you, I have managed to book
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by pointednose: 12:12pm On Sep 10
Good day,

There was a Nurse who was in the process to obtain green card. Cant remember his name. How is the process thus far?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by oyetunjibaba: 1:05pm On Sep 12
Hi,I need information on the steps and requirements to follow if I want to switch has an Human anatomy graduate in Nigeria to a Nursing degree in UK/Canada.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by cynthiaezebaby: 7:18am On Sep 13
anastasius:
August 25, 2020
Tips on New Zealand Nursing Registration Pathway.

BNSc is required.
IELTS 7 in each component and you are allowed to combine if the tests are taken within 12 months, OET is also accepted with a score of 350, combination is also accepted. These two basic requirements are the first thing that makes you eligible for registration.
First Stage: The Nursing Council New Zealand (NCNZ) process is in three stages, firstly CGFNs credential evaluation(you need 5 documents for this, Nigeria nursing council verification, criminal check, photo ID like passport, employment reference and your ( IELTS/OET)

Second stage - they will send the report to NCNZ directly and the NCNZ will issue you a decision letter to apply for CAP - Competency Assessment Program. The decision letter usually comes with a list of accredited CAP provider and their tuition fee ranges from 6000-10000 nzd which has to be fully paid.

Third Stage: After you have gotten a CAP placement and you have paid, you need the school receipt , decision letter and your bank account statement that will show that you can pay for your flight and support yourself financially during your CAP.

Please note that you will not be paid during your CAP and you are not allowed to work in any capacity until you are fully registered and you will be on a visitor visa for that 3 months. After your CAP you will write a mini exam and your CAP provider will submit your application for your licence.

Fourth Stage: As soon as your licence comes usually within 2-3 weeks you can get a job and convert your visa to a work visa. This allows you to bring in your family and immediately you get a work visa you are eligible for residents permit as a skilled migrant. Nurses are given priority and you will get it faster than other non health professionals.

Important Notes:

NZ does not have an embassy in Nigeria but you can get your visa via south Africa. No stress, the courier will pick up your passport from your home drop it off in SA and they will call to inform you when the visa is ready and courier will return it back to you. When you are applying for your family, you can do it online for them since you are already in NZ.

Also, there are no agents to sponsor you in NZ the only agents available are Asians but you have to pay them but it doesn't worth it, the processing is easy and very transparent you can save that money for your upkeep or part of your CAP fee.

CAP classroom lecture is only for 2 weeks of basic nursing procedures like vital signs and few pharmacology calculations, it's a time for you to shine because I know Nigerian nurses are intelligent.

Tips On Australia Nursing Registration Pathway:

For now NZ route is the cheapest and easiest way to get in to Australia registration pathway through their trans Tasman agreement. With your NZ licence no exams required, you only need to pay a token to get your Australia registration.

If you have post basic nursing please do not apply for registration with it only apply for RN registration, the speciality experience will help you get a job in that field and from there you can study to get their own post graduate certificate if you wish. And if you're already registered in an English speaking country and wants to relocate to NZ, you can get a waiver for English proficiency but other processing remains same

On a lighter note, the money you spent migrating to New Zealand or Australia is worthwhile, because at the end of the day your kids can enjoy free education and free health.

For further enquiries, kindly drop your questions in the comment and i will be glad to provide you with good responses. You can as well subscribe to the blog in order to receive an alert for a new info.

The best wishes.

Ajiteru E.A RN(NIG, NZ, AUST) RM, RPHN, BNSc, MSc (UK)
thanks for the info, Please how long it takes for Nz Visa?, how much nuses earn in Nz bsc,how much can be in statement of account? This cap exam is how much? How is living in Nz like taxes? Please attent my question thanks. Ilets is it general or academic?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by oyetunjibaba: 7:59am On Sep 13
oyetunjibaba:
Hi,I need information on the steps and requirements to follow if I want to switch has an Human anatomy graduate in Nigeria to a Nursing degree in UK/Canada.

abeg make someone ans me abeg
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anastasius: 1:32pm On Sep 13
cynthiaezebaby:
thanks for the info, Please how long it takes for Nz Visa?, how much nuses earn in Nz bsc,how much can be in statement of account? This cap exam is how much? How is living in Nz like taxes? Please attent my question thanks. Ilets is it general or academic?
If you read the thread you would know I'm not the author. It was copied and pasted.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Arhmiee(f): 4:52pm On Sep 13
oyetunjibaba:
Hi,I need information on the steps and
requirements to follow if I want to switch
has an Human anatomy graduate in
Nigeria to a
Nursing degree in UK/Canada.

For UK, you can go for the 2 years pre-registration masters program which leads to registration wi th NMC UK.
Apply to schools that offer the course

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