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At Canterbury Christ Church University, we have extensive experience of working closely with our local NHS community trusts to enable nurses and midwives to become health visitors or school nurses, registered on Part 3 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register. We are proud to have UNICEF Baby Friendly accreditation. A national working group is currently developing an Apprenticeship Standard for SCPHN at postgraduate level.
We hope to be offering a new course from September 2020. For the latest information, please contact Canterburyfirstname.lastname@example.org
You might be interested in our University Certificate Community Public Health Nursing.
Current Registration as a Nurse and or Midwife is an essential requirement, however deciding to develop your career in either Health Visiting and/or School Nursing requires consideration of your personal characteristics commitment and professional values.
Entry to the programme will be based not only on your professional values but also those of the wider NHS which will form the basis of our recruitment and interview. We appreciate the contribution and role played by our service users in this process (further entry requirements under How to Apply).
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