On 15 June 2018, Home Secretary, Sajid Javid announced that non-EU/EEA nurses are to be excluded from the current immigration cap and it was welcome news for beleaguered NHS employers.
The UK’s Nursing & Midwifery Council has announced that it is making changes to the way Nurses and Midwives trained outside the UK and European Economic Area re-sit the Objective Structured Clinical Examination or OSCE.
The British Home Secretary Sajid Javid has today announced that the immigration cap on overseas trained doctors and nurses wanting to work in the UK will be lifted to relieve the NHS.
So you’re thinking of exhibiting at a medical, nursing or healthcare job fair or maybe you’ve already signed up to one. Perhaps you’ve given up on them altogether.
After the success of our first Nursing & Midwifery Job Fair hosted in Dublin last month, this dedicated job fair will be making its way to London this April.
Have you got an upcoming interview? Or perhaps, you just want to be 100% prepared when you attend your next HealthSectorJobs Events job fair- after all, our job fairs give you the possibility of interviewing with employers on the same day!
For one day only the Nursing and Midwifery Job Fair will open its doors to all nurses and midwives looking for new career opportunities on Saturday 24 March in Dublin’s RDS.
In November 2017, NHS Grampian attended the British Nursing Job Fairs in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane alongside four other NHS Trusts including King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London.
Leading NHS employers from England and Scotland will be at the British Nursing Open Day this month in Melbourne, Saturday 11 November, Brisbane, Wednesday 15 November and Sydney, Saturday 18 November 2017.