What's great about working in the UK for the NHS - LIVE WEBINAR - 10th January 2023

NEU Professionals is returning to Africa in mid-January 2023, and in preparation we will be hosting several webinars to introduce candidates to our award-nominated recruitment services. This third webinar in the series will focus on preparing candidates to integrate into UK. culture and give them a glimpse of what it will be like to work at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT). Candidates who are considering working in the UK for the NHS will benefit from this webinar, as we discuss modern-day UK culture, battle common stereotypes, and discuss clinical communication skills and expectations within the NHS.

When relocating to any new country,  every person will go through cultural adaptation. There will be emotional highs and lows and we will show you how to  recognise where one is in the adaptation curve and how NEU Professionals will be there to provide pastoral care and support to candidates. We will also learn about Duty of Candour and the need to be assertive and confident within the NHS in order to provide the best Care of Patients.

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What's great about working in the UK for the NHS - 10th January 2023
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16/17 January 2023

Hilton Garden Inn Gaborone


19/20 January 2023

Hilton Garden Inn Lusaka


21 January 2023

Hilton Sandton

We will be in Southern Africa in mid-January with recruiters from NELFT conducting in-person live interviews with qualified nurses. NELFT is looking to interview the following nursing specialities:

Adult General • Community • Medical / Surgical • Mental Health • Learning Disability

Newly registered, motivated nurses will be considered. English Training available to qualified candidates. Please click on the link below for more information and to register.


North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT)​ provides an extensive range of integrated community and mental health services for people living in the London boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest and community health services for people living in the south west Essex areas of Basildon, Brentwood and Thurrock. We provide an Emotional Wellbeing Mental Health Service for children and young people across the whole of Essex. We are the provider of all age eating disorder services and child and adolescent mental health services across Kent and Medway.

With an annual budget of £490 million, we provide care and treatment for a population of circa 4.3 million. We employ approximately 6,500 staff who work across 210 bases in London, Essex, Kent and Medway.


NEU Professionals is known for our award-winning recruitment services in the medical and healthcare communities around the world. But we know that we cannot do it alone without the support of our partners here in the UK and abroad. This support helps give us credibility and connections among local communities and stakeholders, as well as lasting support for our candidates both before and after they arrive in the UK.

Debbie Smith, Director of Nursing NELFT, and Vusa and Pinkie from BONU at the Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards 2022

Botswana Nurses Union (BONU)

Champions in Nursing Profession and Labour Issues

Botswana Nurses Union - LogoThe Botswana Nurses Union (BONU) formerly Nurses Association of Botswana (NAB); NAB was founded by the late Grace Kgari in 1968 and she became the first President of the association. And BONU now was launched on the 24 October 2012 making history in Botswana.

During the NEU Professionals in-person recruitment event in Spring 2022, BONU focused on improving opportunities for nurses from Botswana who want to advance their careers overseas. They worked with local governments to reduce administrative barriers and provide additional credibility to show nurses the benefits of enhancing their skills overseas.

Learn more about this organization by contacting them at mlucas@nab.org.bw or hdema@bonu.org.bw

Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG)

Representing Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector

Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG)Zambia Union of Government and Allied Workers (UG) is an institution to represent Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector of the Zambian government.

UG endeavours to educate workers on the policies of government and how they can positively contribute to attain a sound and equitable economy. Realising how bankrupt workers in government are in terms of information related to their conditions of service, disciplinary code of conduct and ethics in the public service, UG provides a platform to inculcate these values through discussion. Last but not the least, they act as an information corner for all correspondence aimed to enlighten the membership folk.

Learn more about this organization by contacting them at info@ugzambia.org