If you are thinking of coming back to nursing this page is for you!
Here at South Tees we actively support nurses who wish to return to practice and we can offer you opportunities in a variety of clinical environments.
Your skills and experience are invaluable and can make a real difference by both increasing the nursing workforce and improving the level of patient care that can be provided.
To ensure that returning to nursing is as simple as possible for you, the return to practice programme has been updated so that you can enjoy a supportive, flexible and varied learning experience.
If you have previously been a registered nurse and wish to return to the profession, you may need to undertake a Return to Practice (RtP) programme. The programme is essentially a period of updating your skills and knowledge, so that you can return to work in nursing and become re-registered.
Nurses who have had a break will need to meet a number of requirements to re-register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). For more information on revalidation click here .
If you have not met NMC Revalidation requirements you will have to complete an approved RtP programme before making an application to re-join the register.
Please note that if your registration was removed by an NMC fitness to practice panel, you will have to apply for restoration to the register. Find out more about returning to the NMC register here.