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This is a discussion on Contract wording/norms- repayments in Nursing in the United Kingdom, part of World Nursing ... I have just been offered an ANP position. I have experience with prescribing in the US, but none...by NoleNurse2000 Dec 19, '12I have just been offered an ANP position. I have experience with prescribing in the US, but none here. They will send me to Uni to take the V300 course. In the contract, they ask for me to complete 3 years post course, or reimburse them in full for the course fees (and also back filled work days. days that I won't be in the office d/t class i believe?). I have encountered contracts before but they have always been pro rated as the years go on.
Has anyone encountered something like this? is this common?
I am thinking I should ask for a pro rated schedule.
Ie. if my husband decides we are taking a job back in the US in 2.5 years, I would repay only "20%" of the fees?
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- Dec 19, '12 by Silverdragon102You have nothing to lose in asking or alternatively look at how much the course is and see if you can either pay yourself or part meaning less time or no time is owed.
- Dec 20, '12 by XB9SIt sounds like a standard contract when funding a course.
The cost isn't massive, I would be surprised if it was more than £1000