Nursing is a vocational degree that teaches a range of professional and technical skills along with a broad understanding of academic issues around healthcare.
In Europe, in general , nearly 100% of all nursing graduates are healthcare professionals. This is no surprise as there is always a demand in nursing for skilled professionals.
There are many degrees and programs available for individuals interested in pursuing nursing. A full bachelor degree program is the most common in all countries . Most healthcare providers prefer graduates of Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs, as seen in the rising number of institutions that require this degree on job postings.
Another requirement for most positions is to be a registered nurse. One doesn’t need a bachelor degree to become a registered nurse. Technically, an individual would need an associate’s degree.
Further, a Master’s degrees in nursing offer the chance to gain an academic and professional qualification through supervised nursing practice and theoretical study and to specialise in branches such as learning disabilities or mental health.
In short, a nursing degree is a career booster and opens up a host of opportunities from clinics to cruise ships
Nurse Adaptation programme at Czech College
As one of the few degrees that offers guaranteed job security and stability (especially with the current high demand for nurses), nursing add on programmes are thus extremely sought after.
Nurses Adaptation Program with PGDHCM
This program is primarily designed to adapt a foreign educated nurse to practice in Czech nursing system. With the integration of Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM) allows them to get thorough knowledge in managing Health Care Organizations like Hospitals, Care Centers, Clinics etc.
The programme is suitable for students who are interested in studying in a multicultural group. Language and communication skills are highlighted during throughout the whole programme.
Since this is a practical oriented course, Czech College would help students in Nostrification (equivalency to Czech qualification) of their existing foreign nursing qualification and prepare them for Approbation test also known as licensure exam. Approbation test consists of four stages in which the first two stages can be done in English or Czech language. Third stage is a 40 days Practical Nursing test conducted in supervision of a Partner Hospital, which would analyze the efficiency of the Nurse to deal with a real Czech speaking patient. After clearing fourth stage of the test the candidate becomes licensed and capable of practicing in Czech Health Care system.
Prerequisite : BSc Nursing
Contact Czech College, for further information on the course . We will be happy to help you with your queries.