During your placements whilst on this programme, you will be paid at Band 3 (see below for salary information) and will attend university for one day a week. This programme offers you a supportive environment in order to regain your confidence to return to nursing, you will have access to a mentor, support for travel, childcare and finding placements.
Returning to nursing could not be easier with this combination of classroom and placement based learning across six months, during this course we will support you to develop a portfolio demonstrating your skills to be sent to the NMC for your re-registration.
This programme is ideal for people wishing to return part time as you can decide to work in addition to the university day either 2/3/4 days on your clinical placement, which equates to anything from 15 hours to 37.5 hours. This equates to £ 9,177 pa minimum based on 15 hours or up to 22,944 pa based on 37.5 hours.
- For an informal chat please contact Sarah Storer, City University on (0)1708 743251
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for an application form
- Once you have applied you will be shortlisted and invited to an assessment and interview. The assessment consists of literacy and numeracy test. The interview will be a number of questions around key skills required in the role
- Once successful at interview, we will confirm your placement location and date of the next cohort and complete the necessary recruitment pre-employment checks.
Assessment and selection day, Tuesday 8 November
- Apply by 1 November on NHS jobs using the reference 259-RTPJAN2017.
- Come along on Tuesday 8 November to the Learning Centre, Whipps Cross Hospital, Whipps Cross Road, Leytonstone, E11 1NR.
Assessments on the day will include a literacy and numeracy test.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com