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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 9:46pm On Oct 01
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 11:46pm On Oct 01
Sweetmumsi:


Lolz Barbiee. How far with your US application?

Please can you send me your whatsapp number via email pearlistalking@gmail.com. Please I have an important thing to discuss with you concerning the US stuff, thanks
sent
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by rsb18: 10:23pm On Oct 05
barbiee:
cheesy cheesy grin lolz you must be an igbo woman. Una Sabi this kind wisdom
@ Barbie please can you help me send the books to my WhatsApp please .. 08054183478.. Thanks so much ma, God bless you
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by rsb18: 10:38pm On Oct 05
barbiee:
@zeezaa sorry for the late reply, I have been trying to look for ways to send you the materials but for one reason or the other I am unable to send them through email. However, I just created a whatsapp group for that purpose so if you are still interested send a msg with the subject Exam materials to 07060706212.
.. @Barbie please can you help me send your WhatsApp number to my email,I have very important things I would like you to guide me on please .. utawamayn@gmail.com.. Thanks so much ma.. God bless you
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by henrychubayo: 11:53am On Oct 09
Good day guys, is there any person who have taken the South African Nursing Council Exams for Registration Here? Please notify me. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by 9ja083: 6:34pm On Oct 11
barbiee:
This thread is dedicated to all Nigerian trained nurses and midwives in search of greener pastures either in Uk, USA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA etc.

GREAT NURSES!! Together we stand, divided we fall.
I would like to use this medium to share my journey and experience as a Nigerian nurse aiming to be registered as a nurse in USA. Please feel free to comment and bring up suggestions as i share my step to step guide to nursing registration abroad. No man is an island of knowledge.

MY JOURNEY TO NURSING REGISTRATION IN TEXAS, USA : A GUIDE FOR NIGERIAN NURSES.


As we all know or must have heard, nurses are paid very well in USA, the opportunities, possibilities and career growth is endless and if you are ambitious like me, you would have thought of relocating too. if you have, then i have good news for you, it's not as hard and complicated as it seems if you follow the right steps.

You don't need any agent to assist you with your nursing registration, you can do it yourself. I repeat, YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF.

Now enough with this chatter and let's start already.

To register as a nurse in USA you have to first of all decide on the state you want to work in, I'm not going to give the pros and cons of each state because this post is about my personal journey so I'm going to be limited to what I did and didn't do.

I decided to choose the state of Texas because in my opinion the Texas Board of nursing is not as strict to foreign nurses when compared to some other states. For example, they don't require English exams, they are customer friendly, they take their time to respond and answer all your questions. I know this because i took a long time to research and arrive at this conclusion. Moreover working as a nurse in Texas also has its benefits like no income taxes, it's a compact state and most of its population are black. I'm not racist but i figured being in a new country with no friends and family close by it would be comforting to see more blacks around you. shocked

After choosing a state, the next step is to register with CGFNS

This can be done at www.cgfns.org
Take note that the application fee is $350

CGFNS registration /application procedure


Log in to https://www.cgfns.org/cerpassweb/register.jsp to create a new application. Your application is only valid for 1 year so i would advise that your application fee of $350 and your credentials are readily available. Your documents has to be sent by the appropriate authorities issuing them and must not come from you the applicant.

When you log into the cgfns page, go to the drop down menu and scroll to the almost the last part where you will find..

LOGIN
Cgfns connect (for applicants)
Cgfns connect (for state boards of Nursing)
Click on the cgfns connect for applicants. It will take you to another login page where you can register as a new user.
PLEASE ENTER THE REQUESTED INFORMATION The form is something like this.

*Please indicate type of user : Applicant

*Have you ever used cgfns service : No

*If yes then enter your cgfns I'd: I left mine blank

* Would you like to receive CGFNS News updates?: Yes

*First (Given) name : your name

*Last name: your surname

*Email address : use an email you have access to. If necessary open one specially for this purpose but do well to write your password down cause this is what they will use to communicate with you

*retype email address:

*Text message number :

*Registration/License Number: R. N 000000

*Required Icon Date of Birth: Month, Day and Year: Date must be two digits. Add 0 in front if yours is 1 digit

*Please Indicate Your Birth Country:

*User Name: (6 - 10 characters long):

* Password: (6 - 10 characters long):

*Re-type Password:

*Please select a question you would like to be asked if you forget your user name or password:

*Please select an answer to the security question:

*How would you like to receive correspondence? : choose email

*How did you hear about us?: internet

*Enter characters you see in the picture below: take note of the upper and lower case letters.

* Accept CGFNS International Terms and Conditions:

click on CREATE USER.
Congratulations you have started your cgfns application. Now wait for some seconds to receive the verification email from cgfns.

When you get the email from autoreplycgfns, click on the verification link and it will take you back to the cgfns connect page. Now put in your username and password and log into your account.


*upload your passport sized photo online. I didn't.

*Click on purchase services from cgfns international
Read the service wizard information and click on Begin selection process

* cgfns id number finder : click on I am a new user and have not used CGFNS or any of its affiliates before.

*CGFNS Connect Service Purchase Wizard

Now answer the following questions as it applies to you.

*Are you a nurse?: Yes
*What is the country of your entry level nursing education?: Nigeria
*Do you have or have you ever held a registration or license issued by the respective authorities from the country where entry level nursing education was completed? : Yes

*Select a service

Choose credentials evaluation service (CES). For Texas and other states except New York.
Or Credentials verification service(CVS) for New York state only. (the pathophysiology of New york state registration is totally different from other states. Please do not apply my experience if you are registering with new york)

Click on NEXT to take you to the next page.

*CES RECIPIENTS

*What type of CES report would you like? Choose professional report if your aim is to register with a state Board of Nursing, get licensed and start working. Choose Academic report if your aim is to send the report to a university where you want to further your studies or upgrade to a Bsn. I chose the former.

Wait for the page to refresh itself so that the other questions following your chosen report will come up.
If you picked professional report then read on, if not then this is where our journey ends for those choosing the academic route.

*CES report type: Professional Report

*What type of license are you applying for?: Registered Nurse. (you cannot use two stones to kill a bird here like for Canadian registration where you can choose both LPN and RN. It's either you pick lpn or RN. I had to deliberate for a long time before finally going for RN because I was thinking "what if my credentials are not equivalent to RN, wouldn't it be better to pick lpn so that my money won't be wasted?) But after many calls to cgfns and emails to Texas Bon, I was advised to go for RN. smiley winkjust in case you were thinking the same thing shocked wink

*Have you already passed the NCLEX exam?: No
*for Recipient #1Are you applying for Licensure in the US?: Yes
*State Board of Nursing: TEXAS BOARD OF NURSE EXAMINERS. ( you can choose more than one state but additional charges apply. I choose just Texas.)
*My recipient is on the list above: Yes

Click on the SUBMIT button
It will lead you to the[b] cgfns connect service purchase wizard. Click on next to begin[b] the 12 steps[/b] of your application.

This is a modified post.. To avoid it being too lengthy i am going to continue with the steps from page 7 of this thread.
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plz, can you help me with the process for Canada.
like how to select state. Or is it the same process with this?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Sweetmumsi: 12:35am On Oct 12
[quote author=barbiee post=71704244] sent[/quote

OK, thanks ]
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Sweetmumsi: 12:36am On Oct 12
How long does it take texas board of Nursing to acknowledge and update your status after cgfns has sent your CES report to them?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by 9ja083: 7:11pm On Oct 12
barbiee:
To guide us in the process of choosing the best state i am going to be posting the highest and lowest paid states for nurses shortly

Hello dear Barbie, plz help me with ur watsapp number via neechibuchi@yahoo.com
i need ur help for canadian process
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Adaowerri111: 1:55pm On Oct 15
[quote author=goodman31 post=68570844][/quote] is it still available?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by snowlordng(m): 10:08pm On Oct 15
steakchips:


They won't let you do the bridging course without work experience. you might want to do a Bsc to get registered here instead of 3yrs they uni will credit 1 or 1.5yrs. Studying here isn't cheap but once you finish it's worth it as a nurse you will get your money back wink wink wink
what country did you do your bsc?
pls I need your help ...I have over 10years experience ...can you send me your number I have alot to discuss with you
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jayden29(f): 2:05am On Oct 18
barbiee:
Sent. In my opinion, reading that textbook is a waste of time. I'm not saying it's not relevant o, it is better put to use as a reference material. You can study for cbt using less complex materials unfortunately i can only send these materials via what'sapp because I didn't download the files.

Barbiee please could you also send me these materials via whatsapp? Thank you in anticipation. Will pm you my number.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by mavinjay1(m): 5:40am On Oct 18
Tunjinodaysoff:
House good morning. My wife has been issued license by Michigan board of nursing. But the company assisting us said because of our new born. It would take another 3-4 months before we hear anything from NVC. the last time we talked to them they said we were at the DS260 form stage. I would like to ask if the DS260 form is filled by us or if it's by attorney. And also how soon do you think we will be invited for interview please @auscris @iyman please help out

Hi bro... i will like to have a Talk with u...
Abt relocating to US frm UAE. plz can u gimme ur mail or w/app cntct sir

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Shollyolaj2: 6:45am On Oct 18
Great nurses.Good morning.Please I want to ask.I had my nursing and degree at the same university when applying to CGFNS I need to evaluate both RN and BNSC or only RN I plan to apply to Texas.
Thanks.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Nobody: 3:21pm On Oct 18
How easy is it for a MALE with RN, RM, RPh and BNsc to get work in the UK or USA?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Tunjinodaysoff(m): 6:27am On Oct 19
mavinjay1:


Hi bro... i will like to have a Talk with u...
Abt relocating to US frm UAE. plz can u gimme ur mail or w/app cntct sir
send me a private message
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 7:44am On Oct 19
9ja083:



plz, can you help me with the process for Canada.
like how to select state. Or is it the same process with this?
for Canada, log on to www.nnas.ca, choose the province you want to register for and follow the instructions. I really don't know much about Canadian registration
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 7:46am On Oct 19
Shollyolaj2:
Great nurses.Good morning.Please I want to ask.I had my nursing and degree at the same university when applying to CGFNS I need to evaluate both RN and BNSC or only RN I plan to apply to Texas.
Thanks.
evaluate just RN
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 7:47am On Oct 19
dkstvv:
How easy is it for a MALE with RN, RM, RPh and BNsc to get work in the UK or USA?
it's the same process with Female nurses which is pretty easy. We have male nurses here on this group that are currently working abroad.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 7:49am On Oct 19
9ja083:


Hello dear Barbie, plz help me with ur watsapp number via neechibuchi@yahoo.com
i need ur help for canadian process
I don't know much about Canadian registration. However, I know you need at least a BSc degree to get a good report from nnas.ca
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by 9ja083: 9:12am On Oct 19
barbiee:
I don't know much about Canadian registration. However, I know you need at least a BSc degree to get a good report from nnas.ca
ok thank u. I appreciate.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by mavinjay1(m): 10:19am On Oct 19
Tunjinodaysoff:
send me a private message
I sent u mail thru NL. Pls check bro
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Teewhyso: 5:35pm On Oct 20
Pls o...how do one register for CBT
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by qudrat(f): 10:05pm On Oct 20
Barbie,pls i need the CBT materials too.quote author=barbiee post=66142564] Sent. In my opinion, reading that textbook is a waste of time. I'm not saying it's not relevant o, it is better put to use as a reference material. You can study for cbt using less complex materials unfortunately i can only send these materials via what'sapp because I didn't download the files. [/quote]
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Shollyolaj2: 4:19am On Oct 21
Barbie good morning.I have started my registration with CGFNS and would like to ask some few questions from you privately. Kindly chat me on WhatsApp 07062653387 or shollyolaj2@yahoo.com.Thanks.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Shollyolaj2: 10:47am On Oct 21
barbiee:
evaluate just RN
Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 8:37am On Oct 22
Why is this place dry?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anthney87: 12:50pm On Oct 23
please house. has anyone considered New Zealand for nursing and midwifery?

I think it is a better place for now to be relaxed. They have a different board for Midwives so even without a nursing degree or certificate you can migrate to New Zealand and with less than #370k you are registered with their midwifery council and there are lots of agencies ready to take up your application. and cost of traveling and relocation at their own expense.

With only $250 if you are ist approved with your certificate to continue your application with them agencies take plans of our residency.


make una take this route as an alternative to USA and Canada for now.

New Zealand is a very fine country with similarities to the UK.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anthney87: 12:56pm On Oct 23
anthney87:
please house. has anyone considered New Zealand for nursing and midwifery?

I think it is a better place for now to be relaxed. They have a different board for Midwives so even without a nursing degree or certificate you can migrate to New Zealand and with less than #370k you are registered with their midwifery council and there are lots of agencies ready to take up your application. and cost of traveling and relocation at their own expense.

With only $250 if you are ist approved with your certificate to continue your application with them agencies take plans of our residency.


make una take this route as an alternative to USA and Canada for now.

New Zealand is a very fine country with similarities to the UK.

Hello house,
This post is about Nigerian Midwives who wish to apply to and work as a Registered midwife in New Zealand.
It is strictly for holders of Basic Midwifery certificate. That is, you studied Midwifery for 3yeara and got registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
You must have worked for at least 3 years.
New Zealand offers good opportunuties for foreign midwives. A newly employed midwife in New Zealand earns 47000 New Zealand dollar per year. That's about 11,600,000 naira.
I will give a step by step procedure
1. Complete a three years Basic Midwifery study and get registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
2. Get a valid (not expired) international passport ready. This cost around 25,000 naira from any immigration office near you.
2. At this point I advise you open a dollar account in any Nigerian bank so you can easily pay for your application and registration fee to New Zealand Midwifery Council. Don't panic. Its not difficult to open. Just go to aboki buy US$10 with 3500 naira. Go with your intl passport, electricity bill, 2 passport photographs to FCMB bank and they will do it for you. When you are ready to apply to New Zealand Midwifery Council, you must buy dollar from aboki and pay into this account to cover the amount you want to pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council. You need this because you can't pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council with your naira atm card.
3. Log in to
www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/midwives/becoming-registered-practise/internationally-qualified-midwives-application-guidelines to study the guidelines.
4. With your valid valid license and intl passport ready and your dollar account funded with at least US$200, you Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz and create an account in their website. You will be given a username and password which you will need to Log in anytime. Click on 'Apply' and select 'Oversea' and fill the form.
Select 'Assessment fee'. This is because your documents will be assessed first before proper registration. Assessment fee is 250 New Zealand dollar, about 62,000 naira.
On payment option, select credit card and fill in the details on your dollar account atm card.
If they confirm your credentials to be true, they will give you decision letter to pay for your registration and license. This cost 750 New Zealand dollar, about 186,000 naira.
5. After filling the form online, you will be asked to print out two forms. You will take one to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to fill and send directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
6. You will send the following documents by post to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council,
Level 5,
22 Willeston Street,
Wellington Central,
Wellington 6011,
New Zealand.
- A photocopy of the data page of your intl passport
- Photocopy of your RM Notification of Registration
- Certificate of Good Standing. This with be sent by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council. NMCN charges around 10,000 naira for this.
7. Your CV signed and dated. It must also state names, full addresses of all health facilities/clinics/hospitals you have worked, your position, ward and explain the functions of that ward/unit.
8. Meet the Principal of your school of Midwifery and ask them to send your transcripts to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council
Tell your Principal to add that your studies were conducted and you were examined in English language. This is very important. If this is not stated, you will be required to sit and take IELTS test.
9. Get a reference letter from one of your former or current employer stating your Midwifery ability and conduct.
Another reference letter can come from a person of high standing but not related to you. You will add it in the documents you will send to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
10. Get a medical certificate of physical and mental fitness from a government hospital.
11. Fill the Self Assessment Against Competencies form. This is the second form you printed from New Zealand Midwifery Council website. You are required to have conducted at least 30 deliveries by yourself, 20 as assistants and 50 as observer. You will answer some questions on antenatal, postnatal, episiotomy, deliveries, medical surgical nursing, etc.
12. Photocopy of your WAEC/NECO. Ask your school to give you a testimonial stating your academic background and conduct. Your secondary school must state that English was the medium of study and you were examined in English language. This is the condition New Zealand Midwifery Council accepts to exempt you from taking IELTS.
12. First School Leaving Certificate.
13. Completed and printed online application form from New Zealand Midwifery Council website.
Note: all Photocopies must be notarised by a solicitor. He must print his name, Complete address, phone number, rank/designation and state 'I certify this document a true copy of their originals' on each documents. If this is not done, it will be rejected. So get a lawyer do that.
Mail all documents to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council in the address stated above.
If you have further questions on registration and licensing, pls write to New Zealand Midwifery Council via info@midwiferycouncil.health.nz
After your qualification is assessed and New Zealand Midwifery Council informs you, the next step is to look for Midwives recruitment agency in New Zealand.
They will assist you get a job while you are still in Nigeria.
They will file application for your work permit, pay your visa fee, your flight ticket, receive you on arrival in New Zealand and arrange an accommodation for you. You will sign a contract to work for them for 2 or 3 years. This does not affect your salary oo.
If you are married, they can sponsor you, your husband and one child or you and two children without your husband.
If you have further questions on Sponsorship, pls write:
info@accent.net.nz
Or
enquiries@tonix.co.nz
Or
info@medacs.co.nz
Thanks. My fingers ache.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Austinjeffy: 1:20pm On Oct 23
Please what of other profession like chemist? Any link on how to apply?

Hello house,
This post is about Nigerian Midwives who wish to apply to and work as a Registered midwife in New Zealand.
It is strictly for holders of Basic Midwifery certificate. That is, you studied Midwifery for 3yeara and got registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
You must have worked for at least 3 years.
New Zealand offers good opportunuties for foreign midwives. A newly employed midwife in New Zealand earns 47000 New Zealand dollar per year. That's about 11,600,000 naira.
I will give a step by step procedure
1. Complete a three years Basic Midwifery study and get registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
2. Get a valid (not expired) international passport ready. This cost around 25,000 naira from any immigration office near you.
2. At this point I advise you open a dollar account in any Nigerian bank so you can easily pay for your application and registration fee to New Zealand Midwifery Council. Don't panic. Its not difficult to open. Just go to aboki buy US$10 with 3500 naira. Go with your intl passport, electricity bill, 2 passport photographs to FCMB bank and they will do it for you. When you are ready to apply to New Zealand Midwifery Council, you must buy dollar from aboki and pay into this account to cover the amount you want to pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council. You need this because you can't pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council with your naira atm card.
3. Log in to
www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/midwives/becoming-registered-practise/internationally-qualified-midwives-application-guidelines to study the guidelines.
4. With your valid valid license and intl passport ready and your dollar account funded with at least US$200, you Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz and create an account in their website. You will be given a username and password which you will need to Log in anytime. Click on 'Apply' and select 'Oversea' and fill the form.
Select 'Assessment fee'. This is because your documents will be assessed first before proper registration. Assessment fee is 250 New Zealand dollar, about 62,000 naira.
On payment option, select credit card and fill in the details on your dollar account atm card.
If they confirm your credentials to be true, they will give you decision letter to pay for your registration and license. This cost 750 New Zealand dollar, about 186,000 naira.
5. After filling the form online, you will be asked to print out two forms. You will take one to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to fill and send directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
6. You will send the following documents by post to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council,
Level 5,
22 Willeston Street,
Wellington Central,
Wellington 6011,
New Zealand.
- A photocopy of the data page of your intl passport
- Photocopy of your RM Notification of Registration
- Certificate of Good Standing. This with be sent by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council. NMCN charges around 10,000 naira for this.
7. Your CV signed and dated. It must also state names, full addresses of all health facilities/clinics/hospitals you have worked, your position, ward and explain the functions of that ward/unit.
8. Meet the Principal of your school of Midwifery and ask them to send your transcripts to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council
Tell your Principal to add that your studies were conducted and you were examined in English language. This is very important. If this is not stated, you will be required to sit and take IELTS test.
9. Get a reference letter from one of your former or current employer stating your Midwifery ability and conduct.
Another reference letter can come from a person of high standing but not related to you. You will add it in the documents you will send to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
10. Get a medical certificate of physical and mental fitness from a government hospital.
11. Fill the Self Assessment Against Competencies form. This is the second form you printed from New Zealand Midwifery Council website. You are required to have conducted at least 30 deliveries by yourself, 20 as assistants and 50 as observer. You will answer some questions on antenatal, postnatal, episiotomy, deliveries, medical surgical nursing, etc.
12. Photocopy of your WAEC/NECO. Ask your school to give you a testimonial stating your academic background and conduct. Your secondary school must state that English was the medium of study and you were examined in English language. This is the condition New Zealand Midwifery Council accepts to exempt you from taking IELTS.
12. First School Leaving Certificate.
13. Completed and printed online application form from New Zealand Midwifery Council website.
Note: all Photocopies must be notarised by a solicitor. He must print his name, Complete address, phone number, rank/designation and state 'I certify this document a true copy of their originals' on each documents. If this is not done, it will be rejected. So get a lawyer do that.
Mail all documents to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council in the address stated above.
If you have further questions on registration and licensing, pls write to New Zealand Midwifery Council via info@midwiferycouncil.health.nz
After your qualification is assessed and New Zealand Midwifery Council informs you, the next step is to look for Midwives recruitment agency in New Zealand.
They will assist you get a job while you are still in Nigeria.
They will file application for your work permit, pay your visa fee, your flight ticket, receive you on arrival in New Zealand and arrange an accommodation for you. You will sign a contract to work for them for 2 or 3 years. This does not affect your salary oo.
If you are married, they can sponsor you, your husband and one child or you and two children without your husband.
If you have further questions on Sponsorship, pls write:
info@accent.net.nz
Or
enquiries@tonix.co.nz
Or
info@medacs.co.nz
Thanks. My fingers ache.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by desy24444(m): 7:48am On Oct 24
"The beast has been defeated" all thanks to God
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Mastermindx: 11:13am On Oct 24
desy24444:
"The breast has been defeated" all thanks to God

Breast, beast or what
I don't understand

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