Does anybody know anything about this company? Reviews, or if there are better ones etc. I am a new grad from Canada looking to work in the UK, i guess everyones heading down south due to the economy? I am an EU national so i dont need a visa/permit. Just trying to figure out the best way to get a job to start with. I have no speacialty. Anyone have any ideas.. Anything would help! Please!Was thinking of going with this company, continental.travelnurse as they reimburse me 200 quid of my ONP cost after the second contract. Ideas, Thoughts.. anything?
Aug 8, '12
by Silverdragon102, RN
i maintained my license and didn't work for 12 months so as long as you meet requirements you should be ok but will have to maintain your prep folder which is continual learning.
you need to wait until the 12 months are up because references will be required. clinical hours are practice hours where theory hours is school time ie lectures and reading, writing essays etc
for all three year nursing courses, at least half (or 2300 hours) must be in clinical or
practical training, and at least one third (or 1533 hours) must be theoretical training.
Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Aug 8, '12
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