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Nursing (RTP GPN - return to practice, general practice nursing)

Birmingham City University

West Midlands

3-12 months depending on individual returner's needs and circumstances

RTP - return to practice (England only)

Part time

Chris.Jones@bcu.ac.uk

Contact: Chris Jones

City South Campus
Seacole Building
Westbourne Road
Birmingham
B15 3TN

http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/return-to-practice-nursing

Return to practice programme – general practice nursing

If you have previously been a registered nurse working in general practice and wish to return to the profession then you may need to undertake a Return to Practice programme. The programme allows you to update your skills and knowledge so that you can become re-registered and return to work in nursing. The course will take approximately three to six months to complete, although some people may take longer (up to 12 months) depending on clinical placement hours required, the length of time out of practice and length of time previously in practice. Courses are flexible to fit around existing commitments, such as childcare.

Funding

Health Education England (HEE) will provide a one off contribution to nurses Returning to Practice to assist with costs and expenses such as purchasing books, car parking, child care etc. HEE will also pay for the course for returnees as well as contribute to placement costs. Please take a look at our page of frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Further information

Want to know more about Returning to Practice as a general practice nurse? Take a look at our page of FAQs

Apply today

Applications for Return to Practice programmes in general practice nursing should be made directly to the named person at this university (above). They can tell you more about their course and which local trusts provide the clinical placements.

Nursing (RTP GPN - return to practice, general practice nursing)

Wolverhampton, University of

West Midlands

3-12 months depending on individual returner's needs and circumstances

RTP - return to practice (England only)

Part time

caroline.lowe@wlv.ac.uk

Contact: Caroline Lowe

Walsall Campus
Gorway Road
Walsall
WS1 3BD

http://courses.wlv.ac.uk/course.asp?code=NH009Z31UWD

Return to practice programme – general practice nursing

If you have previously been a registered nurse working in general practice and wish to return to the profession then you may need to undertake a Return to Practice programme. The programme allows you to update your skills and knowledge so that you can become re-registered and return to work in nursing. The course will take approximately three to six months to complete, although some people may take longer (up to 12 months) depending on clinical placement hours required, the length of time out of practice and length of time previously in practice. Courses are flexible to fit around existing commitments, such as childcare.

Funding

Health Education England (HEE) will provide a one off contribution to nurses Returning to Practice to assist with costs and expenses such as purchasing books, car parking, child care etc. HEE will also pay for the course for returnees as well as contribute to placement costs. Please take a look at our page of frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Further information

Want to know more about Returning to Practice as a general practice nurse? Take a look at our page of FAQs

Apply today

Applications for Return to Practice programmes in general practice nursing should be made directly to the named person at this university (above). They can tell you more about their course and which local trusts provide the clinical placements.

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