Why worry on CRNE, IRON, CAP and ONP, when Pre-registration Nursing (BN) can get you R.N. registration in UK without IELTS and Adaptation.
Pre-registration Nursing(BN/PG Diploma)
Course completion leads to acceptance in to the registry of Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)’s Registered Nurses, without any further conditions.
The program provides an equal split between developing your theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
Each year of the program lasts 42 weeks. Supervised practice placements are an integral part of the program, 50% theory and 50% practice, with seven weeks in University followed by seven weeks in practice based in the health care settings under the local health boards. Nurses will have practice opportunities across a wide range of healthcare settings, developing key skills that will enhance your employability.
Foreign educated nurses with a Diploma in GNM or BSc Degree have the opportunity to complete this program, just in 2 years. Those with 65% and above marks in English in their 12th standard examination only will be considered for this course. “This is the only program ever available in the UK that leads to registration after the successful course completion”.
Throughout the adult nursing degree you will be placed in a range of settings that include community, hospital, palliative care, nursing homes, GP surgeries, and other relevant placement settings. There is also an opportunity to study and practice abroad in a number of countries in your second year. This will enable you to gain an understanding of different health care systems. Students on our adult nursing degree could spend 15 weeks studying in Finland, Portugal, Cyprus or Germany. There are opportunities within the
BN /BM programs to undertake elective placements in the UK or abroad.
Depending on experience and training, graduates of the adult nursing degree can reach the highest levels of the NHS. Once qualified, many nurses take extra courses to specialize in areas such as cancer care, women's health, accident and emergency, critical care, practice nursing, health visiting or school nursing. You can also work abroad. Registered Nurses from the UK are highly regarded throughout the world, 99% of the Nursing and Midwifery students are in employment or further study within six months of graduation (Unistats 2012).
• Students in this program are offered accommodation in the nurses' hostels of the hospitals @ a nominal rent, starting with just 50 pounds per month. (Subject to availability)
• Permitted to work for 20 hours part time during studies and full time during vacations.
• Almost all the students who are currently doing this program are offered part time job in the hospitals after their first clinical placement. (Solely depended on the Hospital's decision)
• Tuition fees: 4750 pounds per semester 4 semesters in total.
• Pay 1st semester and the remaining in 3 – 7 installments.
The clinical placements that the students experience will be related to the branch of nursing that they have chosen. So if a student chose to go into mental health nursing, the placements will focus mainly on patients with mental health problems in hospital and community settings
The four available branches of nursing to choose in Pre-registration programme are;
• Child Care
• Learning Disabilities
• Mental Health
After successful completion of the Pre-registration Programme
Successful completion of the course will qualify graduates to gain R.N. registration with NMC, without any further requirements to be met, and then can apply for nursing posts.
Health care is constantly developing, technology improving, and the needs of population changing. Once qualified, it is necessary to keep up to date with health care issues and practice. This will be required by the Nursing Councils and employers.
English language proficiency requirement:
• Those with not less than 65% in English in the higher secondary examination can apply. Those who choose to apply with ILETS should have a valid score of 7.0 in all segments.