Return to Practice in Nursing

Return to Practice in Nursing


Return to Practice in Nursing 

This course is suitable for those who qualified and registered as a nurse and were admitted to part 1 or part 3 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register, but who no longer hold a current registration (their registration has lapsed).

Overview

This short course is aimed at nurses in north east Wales currently not active on the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Register, this qualification is funded by the Welsh Government and supported by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.


Key facts

  • The course is supported by the Local Health Board and is funded by the Welsh Government.
  • The University wants to “boost the confidence” of ex NHS and care home staff unsure whether to take this step and return to this career.
  • Mandatory study days within the course taking a blended learning approach.
  • Practice hour placements at Ysbyty Glan Clywd in Bodelwyddan, and Wrexham Maelor Hospital, near Glyndŵr’s existing campuses.

Course content

The course will be commencing in June (date to be confirmed) and usually takes between three to six months to complete. There are mandatory study days within the course taking a blended learning approach, and a Clinical Practice Portfolio to complete whilst undertaking clinical hours (the number of which is determined by the length of time out of practice, hence the course is individualised in this respect. It can be delivered at level five or level six.

The programme can last from three to six months on average, depending on the needs of the student. It prepares you for re-entry onto the professional register and is an absolute requirement for returning to practice.

Entry requirements and applying

You will need to be qualified and registered as a nurse and were admitted to part 1 or part 3 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register, but who no longer hold a current registration (their registration has lapsed).

For further information, call Jenny Jacobsen on 01978 293474 or 01745 448788 ext 3877, alternatively, email j.jacobsen@glyndwr.ac.uk.

Course duration and fees

Course duration

Twice a year for three to six months on average, depending on the needs of the student.

Fees

Funded by the Welsh Government

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