NURSING CONSULTANCY SERVICES
Nursing Consultancy Services International (NCSI) provides a second-to-none consultancy service, support and guidance throughout the complex nursing procedure to prospective Nurses.
We will guide you through the complex maze of nursing/midwifery training of the application procedure. We urge you to read through our website paying special attention to the Recruitment Process Flow Chart ( see About NCSI) where the complex application procedure is fully explained. We provide a second-to-none transparent consultancy service and have helped thousands of potential nurses to achieve their ambitions to train as Nurses in the UK, Ireland, USA, Australia, Canada, France, Switzerland etc.
As soon as we receive your completed application form together with the application processing fee we will process your application. If you are not eligible for nurse training we will refund your entire fee - no questions asked ! If you are eligible for nursing training we will send you our comprehensive consultancy pack upon receipt of the consultancy application fee. You will then be sent a provisional commencement date and support letter for Entry Clearance to enter the United Kingdom. Our Immigration Adviser will prepare you thoroughly with mock Questions and Answers that the British High Commission may ask you. You will be pleased to know that we are so confident that we are now offering a no-visa no-fee service. In the unlikely event that you do not obtain a visa, we will refund the entire consultancy fee paid to us. This is our no-visa no-fee guarantee.
If you do not have the minimum statutory academic requirements of 5 GCSEs or its equivalent you can undertake our Access to Nursing Preparatory Course that will enable you to apply for nursing training in the same way as an applicant with formal qualifications (see Access to Nurse Course).
Nursing as a career will require of you a high level of caring and intellectual skill. Nurses are thinking practitioners who can base their practice on a sound knowledge of psychology, sociology, physiology and anatomy. Nurses are now educated to Diploma of Higher Education level and much of their time in training is spent working with “healthy” people in community settings as well as studying theoretical aspects of care.
There are some things you need to consider before applying for a career in Nursing.
1. Your own health. Nursing is demanding both physically and psychologically and procedures like lifting patients require co-ordination and skill.
2. You need to have achieved the minimum education requirements of 5 GCSE’s or equivalent or be willing to take the Access to Nursing Preparatory course.
3. As Nursing is a profession which involves a lot of contact with people, you need to be an effective communicator.
4. You need to show a determination to succeed in developing your study skills. Nursing is a profession which requires not only that its practitioners are thoughtful but that they are committed to acquiring and using appropriate theoretical knowledge.
5. You need to show enthusiasm for recreational activities or to have interests other than those traditionally connected with the nursing profession.
6. You need to feel that you can be reliable and have circumstances which will enable you to manage the demands of a career in Nursing. For example, some travel between the University and practical placements will be required. You will, during your training, be expected to work sometimes at weekends and during the evening and night.
7. Our Consultancy Pack now comes with FREE ACCESS TO NURSING PREPARATORY PACK (worth £160) which includes Access to Nursing Course, Pre-Nursing Course 1, 2 and 3 and Preparatory Care Skills Course. Our courses are unique as they are not available anywhere. They will enhance your chances of being successful at the interview and will also give you a broad-based knowledge of the training that you will be undertaking.
Having considered the above points and feel that you can answer them in a positive way and wish to apply for consultancy please click on application form.