The various states in the United States need a nurse to fill their hospital. Thankfully, Ghanaian nurses are one of the most respected across the globe and as surely are high demand in the US. Lots of nurses from Ghana have already taken advantage of these opportunity and there are a lot more demands. In […]
THE EXPRESS ENTRY PROCESS IS ONE OF THE EASY WAYS TO MOVE TO CANADA PERMANENTLY By a popular request, our team of seasoned immigration practitioners have put this DIY guide for anyone who wishes to migrate to Canada. One does not need to pay huge sums of money to anyone to go through these processes. […]
By a popular request, we have summarized the general guidance note on the processes involved in working in the UK as a nurse. Here it is below. We expect that this abridged version should be adequate, however, if for any reason you want the general idea on the entire process, you can read the general […]
To reflect contemporary societies’ expectations of health professionals, the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council has reviewed the standards of the tests of competency, the computer-based test (CBT) and the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), to constitute the skills, knowledge and attributes they must exhibit.
All qualified and/or registered midwives in Ghana can work in Ireland by showing proof of their qualification and/or registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana as well as their English language proficiency.
Community nurses, nursing assistants and all those with at least 2-year certificates in their respective field of nursing studies can now revive their hope of travelling to work in the UK as associate nurses.
First of all, the process involved in migrating to work in the UK as a midwife is no different from what nurses go through. You can read the details of that process here. However, there are a few differences as a result of the relatively lower demand for midwives.
IELTS has, effective, 4 January 2020, made changes to one component of the four-component test. The changes are minor and do not affect the content of the test. There will still be the four components of the IELTS namely listening, reading, writing and speaking. None of them will change in form or difficulty level or the skills they are designed to assess.