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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Ireland nursing job: No need work experience, want minimum score in the IELTS or OET

Ireland nursing job

Ireland nursing job: No need work experience, want minimum score in the IELTS or OET

 Dublin:  Nurses can now register in Ireland and return to work as soon as they pass the nursing course, provided they have a certain score in the IELTS or OET.

 The Irish Board of Nursing has repealed the requirement to have at least one year of experience in the five years prior to applying to be eligible for a nursing job in Ireland.

 The NMBI has made a significant decision to refrain from submitting evidence of training for the past 12 months - residency of practice and proof of active registration in another country.

 The new decision applies to all G3 category applicants from overseas countries outside Europe, but will benefit those who are not registered with any regulatory body (applicants must submit a CCPS (Professional Certificate) if they are registered elsewhere.

 For those who have come to Ireland to do post-graduation without a specific English language qualification, or for those who have arrived in Ireland on a spouse visa without obtaining a nursing registration, it will now be easier to register by completing the IELTS and OET.

 After nursing in the country, he came to Ireland on a spouse visa, worked as a caregiver, and after five years could get an English language qualification, but only returned and worked in the country for at least a year before getting Irish registration. The new amendment will benefit many Malayalees belonging to this category.

 Applicants will have to pay an application fee of .350 Euros. Applications for registration can be submitted through MyNMBI after updating the NMBI site. NMBI will announce the date of receipt of applications online later.

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