TimesPro has collaborated with IFAN Global and Jobizo to provide new-age skill sets and placements to nurses in United Kingdom across the National Health Service (NHS) Hospitals to utilise them on a global stage.
The nurses will be trained with the Certificate in Occupational English for Nurses for opportunities in the United Kingdom and placed across NHS Group of Hospitals. The government-run NHS hospitals are highly reputed institutions that will provide the desired platform for Indian nurses to pivot their careers while experiencing an enriching and enterprising work culture with excellent wages to lead a better life.
The extensive four-month programme in Certificate in Occupational English for Nurses will equip nurses with a seamless transition and blend with the working environment in the United Kingdom. TimesPro will help the candidates develop skillsets to clear the IELTS or OET examinations along with relevant training via its state-of-the-art Interactive Learning (IL) platform and delivered in Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode. During the programme, they will receive counselling and training from competent faculty with over 20 years of experience. TimesPro along with Jobizo shall also provide training for clearing CBT and help in NMC Registration and assessment. In addition to that our experts will also help Nurses in NHS interview preparation. TimesPro has created customised solutions for aspiring nurses to provide quality, trusted and friendly services with a professional approach ensuring transparency in the United Kingdom.
Speaking on the strategic partnership, Anish Srikrishna, CEO, TimesPro, said, “The hospitality industry will witness phenomenal growth as India emerges as a preferred tourist destination and attract millions of international and domestic visitors. The Certificate in Hospitality and Hotel Management, launched by TimesPro in collaboration with The Job Plus and The People Network, will provide learners with skills that resonate with the changing industry requirements and employment opportunities across leading organisations.”
Naveen Trehan, Co-Founder & Chairman, JOBIZO, said, “We aim to formalise the Indian gig economy by revolutionising the healthcare industry and simplifying processes for recruitment in hospitals, nursing homes, overseas ventures, etc. Our professional services will provide highly skilled personnel for our workforce and improve employability in the sector. The association with TimesPro and IFAN Global is the perfect platform for our nurses who will get employed across various National Health Services Hospitals in the United Kingdom.”
Nurses will be provided work visas by NHS, immigration support, and accommodation for the initial three months. According to NHS Digital data in England, there are 1,226,677 nursing staff, with NHS employing 1.4 million people, making it the largest employer in Europe. According to NHS data, there are currently over 360,000 nursing roles available.