The growing labor force of UK is on an upsurge, since it requires its new applicants of a new registration policy most specially for Filipino nurses and midwives respectively. This was divulged by Labor Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz in a press release. In this regard, she said that starting this September the United Kingdom Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) is going to strictly implement a new application policy for those Pinoy workers who are planning to work in United Kingdom but who had finished their formal education outside the boundaries of the European Union and the European Economic Area. To begin with, every applicant has to pass the competence test.

The new policy for hiring nurses and midwives in UK ensures a more quality and competent healthcare.

The new policy for hiring nurses and midwives in UK ensures a more quality and competent healthcare.

Going back to its testing or appraisal procedures, the competence examination is divided into two main parts. These are as follows: The computer-based multiple choice test and the practical objective-structured clinical examination (OSCE). Meanwhile, the required test fee has yet to be decided upon. Nevertheless, it is is a basic requisite of the UK government that interested applicants should be mentally prepared for the said test in their particular region prior to their much awaited migration in United Kingdom.

The main objective of its new registration process is to provide those successful applicants the opportunity to critically plan everything most particularly when it comes to their financial capacities to shoulder their expenses in going to United Kingdom. Therefore, they have to successfully complete the OSCE requirement first. For more details, interested applicants can freely visit the NMC or otherwise known as the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Conclusively, the new registration scheme for Filipino nurses midwives alike to be soon deployed in UK only proves that Pinoy workers are one of the best employees across the globe.

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