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Krisnini International Ltd (UK)

(in conjunction with)

Krisnini International Recruitment Agency Ltd (Nig)

                                                           Overseas Healthcare Recruitment Agency   

Applicants that trained as general nurses should apply as adult nurse.


Following information is adapted from the Nurses & Midwifery Council (NMC)


To work as a nurse or midwife in the UK, applicants must meet immigration conditions. Immigration in the UK is handled by UK Visas and Immigration.

Adult (general) nursing

Applicants must have

1. Completed a programme at post-secondary level leading to registration as a general nurse.

2. Have a minimum of 500 hours of clinical practice which must be evidenced by a transcript of training from the applicant’s higher education institution.

The programme must have included theoretical and practical instruction in: • general and specialist medicine • general and specialist surgery • childcare and pediatrics • maternity (obstetric) care • mental health and psychiatry • care of the elderly, and • community/primary care nursing.


Mental health nursing :

The applicant must have completed:

1. A three-year (or equivalent) pre-registration mental health nursing training programme, or

2. A 12-month post-registration mental health training programme, after completing a general nursing programme .


Learning disabilities

The applicant must have completed either:

1. A three-year (or equivalent) pre-registration learning disabilities nursing training programme, or

2. A 12-month post-registration learning disabilities training programme after completing a general nursing programme.


Children’s nursing

The applicant must have completed either:

1. A three-year (or equivalent) pre-registration children’s nursing training programme, or

2. A 12-month post-registration children’s nursing training programme after completing a general nursing programme.


Some postgraduate programmes may be considered as part of an application to register. However, these programmes cannot be the foundation for an application to apply to a specific part on the NMC register.


If applicants have completed a specialist branch of training and wish to be considered for registration as a general adult nurse, they must have completed a training course of at least 18 months in adult nursing that covers the areas listed in the adult (general) nursing section.


source: http://www.nmc.org.uk