Blueberry International is a Dublin based recruitment consultants with extensive experience in recruitment and consultancy services. Who We are…
Blueberry International is a Dublin based recruitment consultants with extensive experience in recruitment and consultancy services. The company primarily focus on recruitments in Healthcare sector along with other management consultation services.
Blueberry International employs knowledgeable staff members who work to produce consistent results for clients. We take a genuine interest in helping clients increase their business through the services we provide, this personal, dedicated approach ensures we are working in line with clients’ needs and as an extension of their business.
We strive to help our clients along the sometimes bumpy path of development so that they can continually provide best and innovative product or service into the marketplace.
Our clients inspire us! Their commitment to better understanding the needs of their consumers inspires us to continually expand our knowledge and take on new challenges and new ways of thinking in order to help our clients advance this understanding.
What makes us unique?
Blueberry’s trusted networks and connections in several regions around the world help us with the help of partners to screen and select best candidates to provide dedicated healthcare professionals to our clients who all are not only experienced and compassionate, but are also motivated to work in a busy and fast environment.
Our team includes specialists who have held corporate-side responsibilities for the success of branded service lines. As such, we thoroughly understand the challenges of keeping services relevant in an ever-changing marketplace. We are recognized for structuring research findings and their implications in a clear and concise manner, enabling all stakeholders (Marketing, Product Developers and C-Suite Executives) to quickly gain alignment and determine a course of action
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RCSI APTITUDE TEST: REVISION AND PREPARATION The RCSI Aptitude Test is designed to reflect the nature of the syllabus and knowledge required for the general nurse pre-registration programme in the Republic of Ireland as per the NMBI Requirements and Standards for Nurse Registration and Education Programmes (hereafter referred to as the NMBI Requirements and Standards). It addresses the NMBI Domains of Competency for the pre-registration general nurse programme in an attempt to ensure patient safety and public protection. The domains of competence and indicative content of the NMBI Requirements and Standards must be fully and carefully considered in order to help guide your revision for the Aptitude Test. With regard to the indicative content and competencies that underpin the Theory and the Practical parts of the Aptitude Test, as laid out in the NMBI Requirements and Standards, RCSI does not recommend specific reading in this regard. Multiple sources might be considered including your notes and textbooks from your own training. It is essential that the most up-to-date research-based sources are used. It is important to remember that the Aptitude Test examines your potential suitability for registration as general nurse with the NMBI and not just the suitability to work in one specific environment (for example where you may have an offer of a job).
Five Steps to Register as Nurse In Ireland ============================== Nurses and midwives who practise in Ireland must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). If you trained outside the EU or the EEA you are a Group 3 applicant. To be eligible to apply for registration to the Register, you must: 1. Hold a current registration, or licence without restriction, with the competent authority in the country in which you qualified or have been practising 2. If you completed your nurse/midwifery Registration education programme more than five years prior to the date of application, you must have practiced for at least 12 months during that five year period. 3. Meet English language competence requirements 4. Have completed extra courses leading to registration as a first level nurse, if you hold the following qualifications: • State enrolled nurse • State certified nurse • Licensed practical nurse • Vocational nurse • Nurse’s aide, and • An associate degree (United States) NMBI will carry out a full education assessment on your application for registration. If you trained in a particular division of a Register in another country, then we will evaluate your training against NMBI’s requirements and standards for that division. English language competence If you are a Group 3 applicant and if English is not your first language or primary language of expression, you will need to demonstrate that you can speak English. NMBI only accepts International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Test as evidence of English language competency. NMBI will only accept the minimum scores in the IELTS Academic Test. Aptitude Test The Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery RCSI aptitude test is an alternative to the current adaptation/assessment model for assessing the competence of overseas educated and trained nurses and midwives. It is based on a two assessment methods. It was developed following an extensive review of the national and international literature, and following a national survey and consultation with stakeholders in Ireland. The assessment/test received approval by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, the professional regulatory body. Visa Atypical Working Visa Scheme - Nurses coming to Ireland and who trained in non-EEA countries are facilitated under the Department of Justice and Equality “Atypical Working Scheme” (AWS). The AWS allows a candidate enter the country in a timelier manner rather than wait for the issuing of a work permit. Important: • Do not apply for registration until you meet the minimum scores under the IELTS Academic Test • Ensure that the test result is current • Remember that if you make an application, and don’t meet the English language competence requirement, the assessment fee is non-refundable