The Return to Practice programme:
If you have been a registered nurse previously and wish to return to the profession then you may need to undertake a Return to Practice programme. The programme is essentially a period of updating your skills and knowledge so that you can become re-registered and return to work in nursing.
The course will take approximately three months to complete, although some people may take longer depending on clinical placement hours required and the length of time out of practice and length of time previously in practice. The course will also be flexible to fit around existing commitments, such as childcare.
How is the course funded?
Health Education England (HEE)'s south London local team will provide a one off contribution of £650 to nurses returning to practice to assist with costs and expenses such as purchasing books, car parking, child care etc.
HEE will also pay for course fees (up to an agreed amount) for returnees as well as a contribution towards placement costs.
For any other questions you may have about return to practice, please visit http://comeback.hee.nhs.uk/Find-Out-More.
How do I apply?
Applications and any queries relating to Return to Practice programmes should be directed to the relevant university. Universities which run the programme in south London are:
Kingston University London
Contact officer: Rosi Castle
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Greenwich
Contact officer: Geeta Hardath
Email address: G.Hardath@gre.ac.uk
Return to Practice contacts for south London
For queries regarding nurse return to practice in south London, please visit our website: https://hee.nhs.uk/hee-your-area/south-london/our-work/attracting-developing-our-workforce/nursing-midwifery/return-nursing
The RTP lead for HEE's south London local team is Aaron Kiss, email Aaron at email@example.com
All other enquiries
RtP national line: 0121 695 2221
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