Please see these two important course updates from Caroline Lowe (Course Leader) March 2020:
- We are currently in the process of a revaluation of this course which is due to be complete by May/June. The current course information that is listed will be changing. We aim to get this updated by early June. If you do have any questions in the meanwhile, please don’t hesitate to e-mail Healthemail@example.com for further information.
- We appreciate a high number of ex-nurses who want to help with the current NHS crisis, but our Return to Nursing Practice course doesn’t commence until September 2020. Upon commencement of this course, it could take 6-8 months before you’re able to return to practice.
We’ve listed a few links which you might find useful:
Would you like to return to practice?
(Adult, Mental Health, Child, Learning Disability, GPN (Practice Nurse)
Please note the Return to Nursing for GPN nurses only runs from January once a year. All other pathways run three times a year.
This course enables previously registered practitioners, who have been out of practice, to fulfil current Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) requirements and return to the appropriate part of the register, ready to enter clinical practice as a safe and competent practitioner. The return to nursing practice course is available at degree level (Level 6) and students are encouraged to develop skills in life-long learning as required by the Post registration Education and Practice standards.
You can access further infomation from our webpage, where you can downlaod and read the applicant information sheet before applying.
Please come to one of our Open Days if you wish to discuss the course further or contact the course leader:
Institute of Health
Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing
University of Wolverhampton
Tel. 01902 518919