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Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by osato45: 7:42am On Oct 23, 2020
Pearlyfaze:



You should try IRELAND. The have opportunity for midwives.
don't you think she can apply for adult nursing in the uk based on her 18 months post basic training, especially looking at her comment on number 4
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by osato45: 8:57am On Oct 23, 2020
crushsugar:
Hello guys, this was the kady time I went to somewhere tangible because of time and covid. I am sorry I have not really been here for a while. School has been taking my time plus I try to work extra hours to keep up with some projects.
Hope we are ok?
How's the pandemic on our ends.?
are you doing a B.Sc nursing? lots of strength and grace as you soldier on.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by DaintyMoi: 5:17pm On Oct 23, 2020
crushsugar:


Ypu can send me email from email section the top of this page.
Thanks for this thread, youve been so helpful. I would love to ask some questions pls can you also send me your email, I can't see the email section on the page. Thanks
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by DaintyMoi: 5:27pm On Oct 23, 2020
crushsugar:

You can.
I'd also like to send you a mail pls can you share your email address? I can't seem to find it on ths page. Thanks
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by osato45: 7:53pm On Oct 26, 2020
Pearlyfaze:



You should try IRELAND. The have opportunity for midwives.
do you know any nigerian trained midwife that has successfully registered in ireland. Your input would help so many of us who are RM
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Cgoblessed: 9:15am On Oct 27, 2020
Hi crushsugar, thanks for the thread, please I would like to send you an email or have your contact I'm a registered nurse planning on relocating to UK soon , would like to get the CV sample too.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by TheLasyBuddha: 4:53pm On Oct 27, 2020
crushsugar:

I really don't know about pharmacists, but I there was a thread I followed some time ago that talked about it.
You can always check for their sites. I have discovered that in UK, they put everything online.

What about for social workers, can someone get a job as soon as they are done with school and written IELTS? Even without any experience?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by TheLasyBuddha: 4:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
crushsugar:

It depends on the job.
When they need you, you'll get it.
There are other jobs on the shortage occupation list.
You can check them out.
It's just about your arrangements.
Was having a certain amount of money a requirement during any of your application process?

I just graduated as a social worker. I haven't had any job experience, no money yet, would I still be considered?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Luchiano54: 8:34am On Oct 28, 2020
Hello,please what do you know about the opportunity for midwives in Ireland? I am very much interested. Thank you
Pearlyfaze:



You should try IRELAND. The have opportunity for midwives.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by SholaonGod(m): 8:55am On Oct 28, 2020
please guys I'd like to know if it's easy for Nigerian Male Nurse to work in UK( US , Canada) as a RN
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by TheLasyBuddha: 3:58pm On Oct 28, 2020
crushsugar:


1. The part 2 exam is OSCE done in specific centres within the UK, about 3. It has to be done here

2. You don't need experience anymore with nmc but just have your credentials.

3. Yes I do

Sorry for taking you really back. In response to the second question you answered; what about for social workers, do you mean one doesn't need to have any experience at all to be employed in the UK?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by dbestuncle: 7:56am On Oct 31, 2020
crushsugar:


1. The part 2 exam is OSCE done in specific centres within the UK, about 3. It has to be done here

2. You don't need experience anymore with nmc but just have your credentials.

3. Yes I do

Thanks for this very educative thread.

My question is that.
1. Do you think I have to go and do a fresh wedding at the court because my wedding certificate got missing.
Although it was done in a church but was issued by the federal government of Nigeria.

2. I have been using my father's name because of nursing council problem. But intends to travel with my husband and son. What do you suggest

Note: all id card and Bank account is in my husband's name. Only my result and nursing council details are still in my father's name.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Pearlyfaze: 3:56pm On Oct 31, 2020
osato45:
do you know any nigerian trained midwife that has successfully registered in ireland. Your input would help so many of us who are RM

I know one and i also know its easier to secure a job there as a midwife than a General Adult Nurse.
if you have your English Language Result, you can go ahead and register with the NMBI.

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Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by TheLasyBuddha: 4:06pm On Oct 31, 2020
Pearlyfaze:


I know one and i also know its easier to secure a job there as a midwife than a General Adult Nurse.
if you have your English Language Result, you can go ahead and register with the NMBI.

Do you know the job prospect for social workers in Northern Island?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Pearlyfaze: 5:53pm On Oct 31, 2020
osato45:
don't you think she can apply for adult nursing in the uk based on her 18 months post basic training, especially looking at her comment on number 4

Adult Nursing is for 3yrs course and Above.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by lizboa: 1:01pm On Nov 07, 2020
Good day House, thanks to everyone here providing clarity on this our general pursuit of Happiness. Please I am here on behalf of my aunt she is 58years she is currently a Matron at a private hospital but I want to know if she stands a chance in practicing in the abroad.
She is a Registered Nurse she did her nursing school @ OAU as far back as 1985, she is currently in 300l studing BNSC @ Lautech.

I have tried reading through the threads but I have not a single clue about anything cuz I am in a totally different field I would really appreciate if someone can just tell if there is a route for her and how to go about helping her sort it out.

God bless
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by horjey(m): 5:44am On Nov 10, 2020
Hello house... Is it possible to swap uk tuberculosis test appointment with another person? If yes, is there anyone who is willing to swap an earlier date for December 1st 2020? Please reach out to me if interested.
I need to do the test urgently.
Thank you
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by fellow(m): 8:22am On Nov 15, 2020
crushsugar:
Hello guys, this was the kady time I went to somewhere tangible because of time and covid. I am sorry I have not really been here for a while. School has been taking my time plus I try to work extra hours to keep up with some projects.
Hope we are ok?
How's the pandemic on our ends.?

Hi crushsugar, awesome thread.

hope you and hubby are doing good?

Can you please send me your CV format to olanrewajumomo@gmail.com

Thank you
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Denikki: 7:13pm On Nov 15, 2020
Hello house, a friend got a job to resume in the UK January. She is through with the entire process just waiting to get Visa and travel. But her license expires this December.

Must she renew before travelling in January?
Or can she travel with it as it had already been verified during the process?

Thank you.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Pearlyfaze: 9:03pm On Nov 15, 2020
Denikki:
Hello house, a friend got a job to resume in the UK January. She is through with the entire process just waiting to get Visa and travel. But her license expires this December.

Must she renew before travelling in January?
Or can she travel with it as it had already been verified during the process?

Thank you.

If she intends to come back and practice in Nigeria, then she can go ahead and renew, otherwise there is no need as she won't be needing it for anything.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Penboy: 9:36pm On Nov 15, 2020
Please can someone with a "school of Nursing" qualification get to practice nursing in the UK?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by tolajay: 9:57pm On Nov 15, 2020
If she can, let her apply for the renewal.

Not essentially because of the UK processing but for some other unforeseen reasons.

Best!

Denikki:
Hello house, a friend got a job to resume in the UK January. She is through with the entire process just waiting to get Visa and travel. But her license expires this December.

Must she renew before travelling in January?
Or can she travel with it as it had already been verified during the process?

Thank you.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by tolajay: 9:59pm On Nov 15, 2020
Yes!

That's the major qualification.

Do yourself a favour by reading the full thread for better comprehension. Most of the questions you'd have, have been answered.

Penboy:
Please can someone with a "school of Nursing" qualification get to practice nursing in the UK?

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Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Penboy: 11:04pm On Nov 15, 2020
tolajay:
Yes!

That's the major qualification.

Do yourself a favour by reading the full thread for better comprehension. Most of the questions you'd have, have been answered.


Thanks
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Charltex: 9:13pm On Nov 17, 2020
Denikki:
Hello house, a friend got a job to resume in the UK January. She is through with the entire process just waiting to get Visa and travel. But her license expires this December.

Must she renew before travelling in January?
Or can she travel with it as it had already been verified during the process?

Thank you.

In my opinion, she needs to renew it.

Reason being that, it’s part of the documents you’ll need to take along for OSCE exam day verification.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Buku: 4:32pm On Nov 19, 2020
Please I need an advise
I have studied industrial chemistry as an undergraduate and I will like to do msc nursing in the uk. I don't have previous work experience in a hospital. Please which university will likely give me an admission?
Actually I don't mind ireland as well. Any suggestions please ?
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Denikki: 7:01am On Nov 20, 2020
Charltex:


In my opinion, she needs to renew it.

Reason being that, it’s part of the documents you’ll need to take along for OSCE exam day verification.

Thank you.
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by Denikki: 7:07am On Nov 20, 2020
Pearlyfaze:


If she intends to come back and practice in Nigeria, then she can go ahead and renew, otherwise there is no need as she won't be needing it for anything.

Thanks
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by osato45: 10:03am On Nov 20, 2020
Pearlyfaze:


I know one and i also know its easier to secure a job there as a midwife than a General Adult Nurse.
if you have your English Language Result, you can go ahead and register with the NMBI.
kindly furnish me the persons link so I can ask her some questions
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by beautyhd: 3:41pm On Nov 20, 2020
osato45:
kindly furnish me the persons link so I can ask her some questions

Interested

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Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by zagorakis(m): 6:12pm On Nov 20, 2020
steric58:
that was before, you need to write IELTS now before CBT

Please can you offer me ur CBT materials
Re: Adventures Of A UK Bound Nurse by osato45: 9:05am On Dec 13, 2020
lizboa:
Good day House, thanks to everyone here providing clarity on this our general pursuit of Happiness. Please I am here on behalf of my aunt she is 58years she is currently a Matron at a private hospital but I want to know if she stands a chance in practicing in the abroad.
She is a Registered Nurse she did her nursing school @ OAU as far back as 1985, she is currently in 300l studing BNSC @ Lautech.

I have tried reading through the threads but I have not a single clue about anything cuz I am in a totally different field I would really appreciate if someone can just tell if there is a route for her and how to go about helping her sort it out.

God bless
I did like to ask your aunt questions about lautech odl BNSc nursing

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