Registration with NMC

  1. 0 Hello there !
    Do you now how long it's normally takes to get registered as a nurse to MNC after all your documents have been sent ?
    Thank you
  2. Enjoy this?

    Join thousands and get our weekly Nursing Insights newsletter with the hottest discussions, articles, and toons.


  3. Visit  ewen profile page

    About ewen

    ewen has '1' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'general'. From 'Milton Keynes'; Joined Sep '09; Posts: 1.

    39 Comments so far...

  4. Visit  K+MgSO4 profile page
    1
    not sure in the UK but with all things being similar in Ireland my inital registration took 3 weeks I think. I think it was about the same for a friend of mine when she registered in N. Ireland. Good luck!!
    greatxander likes this.
  5. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
    0
    Moved to the International forum

    A lot will depend on where you did your training. If trained within the UK then doesn't take long, outside the UK can take a few weeks depending on whether within the EU or not
  6. Visit  ayla2004 profile page
    0
    uk trained it took me 2 weeks ost of that was the feee being paid advised cheques make it slower.
    oh uk trained can depend on your univesity and how goood thet are at sending everything off.
  7. Visit  avrr10 profile page
    0
    HI, I know that when I registered with the NMC it took approximately 3 months to complete the registration process and for my name to appear on the live register..... Oh but I do live in Northern Irelans so that may have caused delay....
  8. Visit  UKPedsRN profile page
    0
    Took them 9 months to get my registeration to me, and that was with alot of chasing up. I trained i the UK, and was re-registering after 15 years abroad
  9. Visit  XB9S profile page
    0
    Blimey 9 months is really slow

    I think our newly qualified usually wait about 6 to 8 weeks but dome can take a little longer
  10. Visit  Strife profile page
    0
    good day im in uk on my 1st stage application with nmc - my question is will they allow my volunteer work experienceas work experience because i was working back home already for more than 1 year before applying for my registartion with PRC silly me
  11. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
    0
    i would suggest you ask the nmc this as all it states on their website is

    and you must have at least 12 months of registered practice in the field of nursing or midwifery for which you want to apply

    trained outside europe | nursing and midwifery council
  12. Visit  pretty_bebe profile page
    0
    hi. i just want to ask if The Uk has stop hiring nurses from overseas like the Philippines..please help ..or if you know other agencies that can help sponsor me.. presently I am processing my NMC on my own and I have 3 years of hospital experience.
  13. Visit  JDZ344 profile page
    0
    My trust is still hiring nurses from overseas, it all depends on the individual trust/hospital.
  14. Visit  SuperSN2008 profile page
    0
    Quote from silverdragon102
    i would suggest you ask the nmc this as all it states on their website is

    and you must have at least 12 months of registered practice in the field of nursing or midwifery for which you want to apply

    trained outside europe | nursing and midwifery council
    is it true that if you're trained in the u.s. as a rn with that first obtained your asn then obtained your bsn online, you're not eligible to work as a nurse in the uk?
  15. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
    0
    Quote from SuperSN2008
    Is it true that if you're trained in the U.S. as a RN with that first obtained your ASN then obtained your BSN online, you're not eligible to work as a nurse in the UK?
    This is something that you need to ask the NMC, You need to meet the same clinical and theory hours (or near it) as the UK nurses go through in their training.


Nursing Jobs in every specialty and state. Visit today and Create Job Alerts, Manage Your Resume, and Apply for Jobs.

Top