I'm studying... i am NVQ3 HCA with 2yrs ODP course incompleted just by couple of months , but my role in theatre is i scrub for all of cases inc major complicated ones, very experienced and skilled more than any RN with me and in demand, sadly where i work dont have the possibility to arrange for my nursing qualification, i am asked frequently by the surgeons i assist to do first surgical assistant course but sadly the requirement is registration which i dont have. I am hoping if i can sign for fast track nursing course so i can access to the courses related to my job that i am dedicated to .
I'm interested in... if anyone here can please guide me to which university can consider my high skills and experience with ref from my work place and surgeons i assist to allow me to do a fast track nursing. thank you all very much
My study level is... Vocational GCSE
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- Thread Starter
- 04-04-2016 10:32
- 08-04-2016 07:40
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