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Thinking of doing a NHS course.

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    I'm 27 years old and currently in full time employment and not happy with my job at the moment. Would love to do an NHS course. Is the funding still stopping in 2017. I'm still thinking of doing one anyways. Is anyone doing a course and can anyone give me their experience of one. Thank you. I'm interested in either Learning disability nurse, adult nursing, physiotherapy or adult nursing.
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    (Original post by Manga_Lover)
    I'm 27 years old and currently in full time employment and not happy with my job at the moment. Would love to do an NHS course. Is the funding still stopping in 2017. I'm still thinking of doing one anyways. Is anyone doing a course and can anyone give me their experience of one. Thank you. I'm interested in either Learning disability nurse, adult nursing, physiotherapy or adult nursing.
    They're not NHS courses as such, rather they are 3 year degrees at various universities where the NHS pay your tuition fees and a means-tested non-repayable bursary. The funding from the NHS is ending in 2017.
 
 
 
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