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- by bigbrother88 Aug 8, '09Hi, I got the NMC decision letter to take the ONP with additional 3 to 6 months supervised practice programme. I'm on the research stage now of determining which University to enrol and whether I should avail the services of agencies to make this process easier for me. Any advice or input will be greatly appreciated. Actually, I'm thinking of Sunderland and Northampton. Any thoughts? Thanks.
- Nov 23, '09 by ronvilhi! are you still in the Phils? have enrolled already to an approved institution?
- Dec 7, '09 by enfieldHi,
Please i am also in the same predicament.I have the right scores in IELTS and an nmc-uk letter that will expire next year.I am trained outside the eea and so need clinical placement of between 3-6 month.Can some one please,please advise me on how to get a work permit or be admitted on the ONP before my Decision letter expires.many thanks for your prompt response
- Dec 7, '09 by enfieldHi,
How does one get a work permit ie a nurse in order to start the ONP.tHE STUDENT NURSE VISA CATEGORY HAS BEEN CANCELLED.i DO NOT REALLY KNOW THE RIGHT PROCESS.
pLEASE,i welcome every genuine assistance,
- Dec 8, '09 by XB9SYou need to have an employer sponsor before you can get a work permit, without this you just won't be able to be permitted to work in the UK.
Also you will find that there are less and less organisations offering placements for the ONP due to restructuring, financial constraints and the fact that there are enough UK nurses in most areas to fill the employment need.
It's not good news and the financial situation in the UK and in the NHS is not good.
- Dec 8, '09 by bigbrother88If you have the NMC decision letter already and you have at least 2 years of experience, they are a lot of recruitment agencies I know that are currently hiring nurses for the UK. You might be also interested to know that they are not asking for any placement fees. Just keep on looking
- Dec 9, '09 by XB9SQuote from bigbrother88The Borders Agency does require you to have experience in one of the shortage occupation areas, such as theatres, NICU or managementIf you have the NMC decision letter already and you have at least 2 years of experience, they are a lot of recruitment agencies I know that are currently hiring nurses for the UK. You might be also interested to know that they are not asking for any placement fees. Just keep on looking
If these agencies are offering anything other than this I would be extremely suspicious that they are not complying with the immigration requirements
- Dec 9, '09 by ronvilTry these agencies:
1. ASC Global ( DRAKE international )
- They offer work visa with no placement.
2. Jaikin Agency
P.S. Just google them. I am currently processing my documents with ASC Global - DRAKE international
- Dec 9, '09 by XB9SHi guys, just a friendly reminder not to post personal information, names or links to social networking sites on the boards, if you want to communicate this type of information please use the private messaging function.
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