Nurses Returning To Practice
Are you a qualified healthcare professional who has been away from nursing for a while?
Are you still committed to delivering high quality, compassionate care?
Are you considering returning to practice?
Now is a good time to return, and we’ve made it simple for you to step back into nursing.
At Priory we offer practical and financial support to returning nurses, smoothing the path to refreshing your skills, and helping you prepare for a rewarding career in a dynamic healthcare setting.
The Return to Practice course
If you have been out of nursing you will need to rejoin the register. That means taking one of the part-time or full-time Return to Practice (RTP) courses. These are available all round the country and you can find details on the Nursing & Midwifery Council website.
The courses differ depending on the university offering them so it is worth looking around to see which one best suits your training needs and your personal circumstances. If you’re planning to come and work for Priory we can support you to find the right course.
Financial support while you study
We provide financial support during the RTP course for the right candidates. As well as paying tuition fees for a part-time RTP course, we will also provide an HCA position while you are studying. As you might expect, this support depends on you continuing to work for us for at least two years after your re-registration.
Take the next step
You already have the skills and experience that can make a big difference to patients and their families... if you’re ready to come back, we would love to hear from you.
To find out more about returning to practice, and support for your RTP course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org