Join us on Tuesday, 4th July at 7:30pm UK time to learn about the process of becoming a registered nurse, registered midwife, or international Allied Health Professional at the NHS in the UK. NEU Professionals Director Kerry Anne Wykes, will be on Microsoft Teams to explain how we help international healthcare professionals relocate to the UK with our free recruitment service. She will be joined by special guests from the Botswana Doctor's Union (BDU), including Dr. Charles Muyela (Public Health Medicine Resident and Secretary General at BDU) as they share their testimonials and experiences supporting international healthcare professionals and the opportunities and benefits international recruitment provides to candidates and both countries. Kerry will also highlight the costs related to relocating to the UK and which costs are covered by the Trust, NMC registration requirements, IELTS/OET information and requirements, and the wages and benefits of working at the NHS.
Barts Health and Capital Midwife is conducting online interviews for experienced registered midwives. This is a great opportunity for midwives from all over the world to interview with NHS Recruiters. Don't miss this opportunity! Both Capital Midwife and Barts Health will be sponsoring OET Training for qualified midwifery candidates, and upon successful completion of the OET Training will also sponsor one sitting of the OET exam!
The Developing Opportunities for International Talent (DO-IT) Programme is a programme of FREE online English Language Training PLUS support and coaching sessions delivered by NEU Professionals, all designed to prepare you for the UK recruitment process and fit around your busy schedule! The DO-IT programme is open to all registered medical or healthcare professionals who may need some additional support when preparing to take the UK English Language exams. Eligible candidates may or may not have already taken the TOEFL, IELTS or OET exam and their scores were not sufficient for regulatory council requirements. We aim to offer NHS interviews to all strong candidates who have taken part in the programme.