National Occupational Health Nursing Week on April, 2018: What can i do with a counselling higher national diploma?

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What can i do with a counselling higher national diploma?

What is your experience of counseling? You could try volunteering a few hours a week as a counselor for a charity or look for work in the NHS if you are not sure what you want to do. If you want to study or work in something different, then your HND will probably not play much of a part. I think the best thing you can do is ask yourself why do you want to study and work to be a counselor? What is it that appeals to you ie. money, work times, locations etc. If you like helping others then nursing, occupational therapy, or the civil service (ie. working for the local council, advising people who are on benefits etc.) are some good choices..

The counseling field is EXTREMELY competitive and it takes many years to become an accredited counselor, many therapists have MAs in psychology and so on so if you just want any old job then you might want to rethink things for yourself. My advise is to stop rushing about it and slow down, don't try to bully yourself into a job or something you don't want to do otherwise you will fall out with yourself fast.

So if you're deciding counseling isn't your thing, then you could try management, customer service, nursing, health and safety, etc. City & Guilds offer a lot of courses on these, or if you want to go to university, you could try an access course and even go to study for a degree. But make sure you know what you want to do after you've finished!

Health Test, I need this class to graduate on the 11th!?

Health Test, I need this class to graduate on the 11th!?

I'll do my best to answer those questions accurately :)

The "first" question: C. Registered Nurse (RN).

2nd question: C. Discretion

3rd question: A. Self-Motivation

4th question: I'm guessing that it's D. Dietitian (should be a Registered Dietitian/RD).

5th question: Another guess that it's C.

6th question: I would think that it's A.

7th question: I believe that it's C. (at least a master's degree).

8th question: B. Medical Social Worker

9th question: A. (however, these days, an OT must have a master's degree while still passing a national certification exam).

10th question: B. Medical Claims Examiner

What are the odds a non-EU citizen could get a nursing job in the UK or Ireland?

What are the odds a non-EU citizen could get a nursing job in the UK or Ireland?

Professional Registration

Nurse

To work in Ireland you must be registered with An Bord Altranais. As long as you meet the requirements and are registered with the appropriate registration Authority in your own country, there should be no reason why you cannot register in Ireland.

For further information and an application form please contact:

An Bord Altranas

18/20 Carysfort Avenue

Blackrock, Co.Dublin

Tel: (+3531) 6398500 Fax: (+3531) 676 3348

You may need to:

1. Complete an adaptation course which will be decided by the Irish Nursing Board.

2. Take and IELTS (English Language Test) to work in Ireland again which will be decided by the Irish Nursing Board.

3. A work permit/visa (which we will help you with)

If you are considering a nursing career in Ireland it is advisable to start the process as soon as possible as it can take six to twelve weeks. Sigmar Health will be able to help and advise you regarding the registration process.

Doctors

To work in Ireland you must be registered with the Irish Medical Organisation, there are four components in the process

1. Register with the Irish Medical council

2. Complete an Assessment Test (medical and english language)

3. A work permit/visa (which we will help you with)

4. Register with the police

For further information and an application form please contact:

Medical Council of Ireland

Lynn House,

Portobello Court

Lower Rathmines Road

Dublin 6

Ireland

Tel (+353-1) 4965588 Fax (+353-1) 4965972 or visit their website at www.irishmedicalcouncil.ie

Association of Occupational Therapists in Ireland: www.iol.ie

Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland: www.hpai.ie

Radiographers: www.iir.ie

Irish Nutrition and Dietetics Institute:

Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association: www.ipha.ie

Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists: www.iscp.ie

National Social Workers Qualification Board: www.nswqb.ie

Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland: www.pharmaceuticalsociety.ie

Sigmar Health will be able to help and advise you regarding the registration process.

Irish Government Departments

Department of Health and Children: www.doh.ie

Department of Enterprise and Trade: www.entemp.ie

Department of Foreign Affairs: www.gov.ie/iveagh

Irish Public Service Information: www.oasis.gov.ie

Irish Revenue Department: www.revenue.ie

E-mail: health@sigmar.ie

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