English Improvement & Employability Skills for Nurses

Delivered By

International Hospitality & Management School UK

We will be delivering a brand new course aimed at nurses in general, but especially those who wish to study or work in the United Kingdom.  Our course is designed to improve your English Language skills and provide you with Employability Skills

Why Nursing is Important

Nursing is a highly qualified and professional vocational career that is valued throughout the world.

Nurses do much more than perform medical tasks.  As a nurse, you will make a real difference to someone’s life.  You can offer hope to people, sometimes during the worst time of their lives.  Nurses often counsel patients and their families after a devastating diagnosis, celebrate good news and become trusted confidantes.

Working and Learning in the UK

Many nurses wish to work in the UK, specifically for the NHS.  Two routes to working in the UK are:

Normal entry requirements:  IELTS 6.5 + country specific academic qualifications.

You must have IELTs 7

You must be registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).  Registering with the NMC is a 2 stage process, that we will support you with.  Stage 1 is computer based, and we will practice test questions.  Part 2 is practical.  We will give you lots of information and familiarise you with scenarios.  We will do everything we can to support you in passing the test of competency.

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Our English and Employability Skills course will:

We will teach about skills that are important for nursing:

These include:

As you can see, our English and Employability course is packed with content to help you obtain a job as a nurse. You will be supported at all times throughout your student journey.

Course Start Date: 9/9/2024

Length of course: 11 months

Entry Requirements: Must already have English Language proficiency at IELTS level 4.5

Cost of Course: The cost for this course is £6,500. There will be some additional costs for registrations & examinations.

Students pay a non-refundable payment of £250. This is included in the overall cost of the course.