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Nursing jobs in Ireland: NMBI changes policies….

Dublin: The NMBI Registration Committee has reinstated a previous regulation mandating that nurses intending to work in Ireland must possess English language proficiency qualifications when applying for a decision letter from the Irish Nursing Board.

Under the revised policy, nurses aspiring to practice in Ireland are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English, such as the IELTS or OET certification, either alongside their application for the NMBI decision letter or within two months of the initial submission.

Once the decision letter is obtained, candidates can proceed to commence employment after successfully completing the aptitude or adaptation test.

Subsequently, upon obtaining the decision letter, passing the aptitude or adaptation test, and submitting the requisite English language certification, candidates may proceed with the application for NMBI registration.

This reinstatement follows a concerted effort led by Shalbin Joseph, a member of the NMBI Registration Committee, who advocated for the reversal of the policy that had hindered the aspirations of numerous candidates seeking employment opportunities in Ireland.

For further details, interested parties are encouraged to seek additional information from: https://www.nmbi.ie/News/News/NMBI-announces-new-process-to-verify-English-langu

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