CBT stands for Computer Based Test of Competence.
CBT stands for Following the online eligibility examination, applicants take this Test. CBT assesses candidates’ theoretical and practical skills. The exams should be scheduled and completed in the applicants’ home country.
OSCE stands for objective structured clinical examination.
CBT stands forThis plays out situations that nurses are likely to face as assessing, planning, carrying out, and evaluating treatment. Each individual clinical assessment is referred to as a ‘station’, and applicants must visit all of them within a certain measure of years. The competency exam is based on existing UK pre-registration requirements, and applicants are expected to show healthy and successful practise.
Once you have received your decision from the NMC and your visa permit entering, work and stay in the UK, you can begin the OSCE step of the international registration process.
The NMC register is a record of nurses and midwives who meet the standards to be able to practice in the UK.
In order to apply for a NMC, you must at least have a qualification in nursing and for it to be equivalent to a foundation level degree. A foundation level degree in England goes beyond secondary (or high school) education, and is one level below a full undergraduate degree.
GMC is stands for General Medical Council (GMC)
To practise medicine in the UK, all doctors must be licenced with the General Medical Council (GMC). Based on the kind of work you’ll be doing, there are various forms of GMC registrations and different ways to register for them.
When applying for work, you’ll find that having GMC registration, or at the very least thinking about how you’ll apply and starting the procedure, is beneficial.
The GMC’s primary responsibility is to defend, encourage, and maintain the public’s health and welfare, and one way it does so is by strictly regulating access to the registry. Any doctor who wishes to serve in the United Kingdom must be officially licenced with the General Medical Council (GMC) and hold a licence to practise.
The Health and Care Professions Council is a regulatory body in the United Kingdom that oversees health, psychological and care practitioners. They establish guidelines, keep a record, ensure educational excellence, and investigate grievances. They are in charge of: