This course facilitates international nurses to build on their prior learning, knowledge, skills and experience, enabling them to transfer and apply knowledge and understanding in a UK health care context, acknowledging the social, cultural and political factors affecting the delivery of care.
It encourages students to think critically and analytically thus allowing you to make sound clinical judgments across a range of differing professional and care delivery contexts, safely and competently so assume the responsibilities and accountabilities necessary for public protection. Successful completion will lead to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The course is part-time and runs for three to six months depending on the NMC requirements and considerations for registration.
You will receive 20 days of protected learning time; this consists of seven taught days in the university, four days to complete a comprehensive questionnaire and nine days to be negotiated with your sign off mentor. The study days allow time to enhance and develop your understanding of healthcare delivery in a variety of settings in the UK context.
You will also be expected to attend a supervised placement and complete the required clinical competencies as set by the NMC standards; Professional and Ethical practice, Care Delivery, Care Management, Personal and Professional Development. Whilst on placement you will have supernumerary status allowing you to access learning opportunities.
Learning and teaching methods
You will be taught via a combination of the following: lectures, tutorials, workshops activity, seminar presentations, supportive teaching in clinical practice, self directed learning.
A participative and interactive approach will be adopted to facilitate student sharing of expertise acknowledging that the students are already registered nurses in another country.
Work Experience and Employment Prospects
On successful completion of this overseas nursing programme you will be able to register and practice in the UK as a Nurse (on condition of satisfying the Nursing Midwifery Council criteria and eligibility to practice).
Achievement of a clinical portfolio containing competencies as set by the NMC standards.
Effective registration in the country of training; Decision letter from the NMC regarding supervised practice. An arranged placement in a clinical area which meets the standards set by the NMC; An average score of 7.0 in all four categories achieved in one sitting in the academic version of the IELT test; Satisfactory visa either Tier 2 work visa or a Tier 4 student visa
Recipient: University of South Wales
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