Sponsorship Student Specialist Community Public Health Nurse

March 17, 2023
£31.2 - £37.9 / year

Job Description

Job Summary

STUDENT Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting/School Nursing) sponsorship

Location: Ealing and Brent

We are committed to providing the best care possible for children, adolescents, and families, so we are looking for highly qualified and recently qualified nurses and midwives to start the Post Graduate Diploma or BSc (Hons) Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting& School Nursing) qualification in September 2023.

Kings College, Brunel University, London South Bank University, and Buckinghamshire New University will all collaborate on this full-time, one-year study. You have the opportunity to join our teams and advance your career with the Trust at this time. Along with the support you will receive from the University, the 0-19 team, a dedicated group of Practice Assessors/Supervisors, and the CLCH Academy will all support you during your training.

The band 5 level for this opportunity is being presented. It is necessary to have current NMC registration for nursing or midwifery, or proof that you applied for NMC registration and received confirmation of that registration within two months of the start date. You will need a degree or other credential worth 120 credits at level 5 of the Higher Education Credit Framework for England, or documentation of similar prior education and training.

Main responsibilities of the job

must make efforts to achieve the proficiency requirements for admission to Part 3 of the NMC register/recordable for Specialist Community Practitioner.

To create a learning environment for the Specialist Community Practitioner Student that will allow the student to acquire the information, skills, and competencies necessary to assume the role of a qualified Specialist Community Practitioner.

to acquire the knowledge, abilities, and competence necessary to engage in more advanced levels of judgment, discretion, and decision-making in clinical treatment, with an emphasis on the following four areas:

● A clinical setting

● Community Participation

● Develop clinical practice

● Clinical practice under leadership

About us

One of the largest community healthcare organizations in Hertfordshire and London, Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH) serves a variety of communities and boroughs in 11 London boroughs (Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea, Merton, Richmond, Wandsworth, and Westminster) as well as Hertfordshire.