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Hi,I’m going to be starting my first year of adult nursing in September. I’m just wondering if anyone knows if we get weekends off or any holiday dates and / or how many weeks we get off? Thank you!
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Hi,I’m going to be starting my first year of adult nursing in September. I’m just wondering if anyone knows if we get weekends off or any holiday dates and / or how many weeks we get off? Thank you!
Hi I’m a current first year adult nurse and they’ve released the provisional overview of the time line of the course. Name:  CD98A5E1-E5A0-4DB8-B404-E53D12788346.png
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Green is placement as that part of the key is cut off. This is just a provisional one do it may change
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Hi,

Just jumping in here!

Would you think that the child nursing would follow the same format (roughly)? Also, if you're working 3 x 12 hour shifts in placement Mon, Tue, Wed, do you still have to attend uni on the Thurs & Fri or has that been self-study time??

I'm considering retraining as a nurse, and live close to Teesside uni, but their child nursing course is way over subscribed... I can't believe that Northumbria still have places!

I've seen on their website that they follow the usual uni semesters, so we would get time off at Easter & the long summer break.

Any information would be useful, Thanks.
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Hi,

Just jumping in here!

Would you think that the child nursing would follow the same format (roughly)? Also, if you're working 3 x 12 hour shifts in placement Mon, Tue, Wed, do you still have to attend uni on the Thurs & Fri or has that been self-study time??

I'm considering retraining as a nurse, and live close to Teesside uni, but their child nursing course is way over subscribed... I can't believe that Northumbria still have places!

I've seen on their website that they follow the usual uni semesters, so we would get time off at Easter & the long summer break.

Any information would be useful, Thanks.
Hiya o think children’s are going to be following a similar format.
Basically the grey squares are days in uni so yes you’d be expected to be in uni those days as you need to log a certain number of hours of theory as well as practice.
Blue squares are self directed study
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Hi Do you know if the summer break will be around the same time every year so for 2022/2023 roughly beginning of September ?
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Hi Do you know if the summer break will be around the same time every year so for 2022/2023 roughly beginning of September ?
Hi yes
So the blue section before the holidays is also holiday if you have no extra hours to make up.
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Hi yes
So the blue section before the holidays is also holiday if you have no extra hours to make up.
Thank you
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