The registration process for registered nurse (RN) resumes has been simplified.
A nurse’s resume is registered on the Nursing Practitioner Registration System (NPS) on the RN website.
The RNs Registration Centre has also made the process as simple as possible by introducing the registration of nurses’ resumes.
NPS RNs are able to register their resume to the National Registry of Registered Nurses (RNRN) for free on the website.
In the NPS database, a registered nurse’s first and last names are entered on the register.
This enables them to access their records.
A register is only available to RNs who have registered to work as a nurse.
A registered nurse must also have a nursing qualification (NQN) card.
The NQN card is valid for six years and is valid only for nurses registered with the NPP.
A NPP RN who has registered to be a nurse is not eligible for the National Register of Registered Nursing Practisees (NRNP).
Registered nurses can apply for the NRNP card by completing a RN application form.
The application form can be accessed by clicking on the “NDPRN” link on the main RN website (RNN.co.uk) or the RNs register page.
NPPRNs are not eligible to be enrolled in the National Registered Nursery Scheme (NRNS).
Registered RNs can also use the NRNS Register to register to be an RN.
The NRNS register allows registered nurses to: find out their qualifications; and, register to work in a Registered Nursing Centre.
The register can also be accessed via the RN’s register page (RN.co,uk).
Registering to work RNs should be considered when applying for a nursing degree and a postgraduate qualification in nursing.
Registered nurses who are registered to earn their RN qualifications should also consider the RN qualification they want to earn before applying for an RN postgraduate degree.
The following points can be helpful when considering the RN qualifications that are most suitable for the RN job: how long will it take to complete the RN degree?
will the RN have to study a subject outside of nursing?
will it be at an RN college or university?
the length of time that the RN will have to complete their RN degree is not determined by the RN candidate’s own ability but rather by the length the RN has already spent as a registered RN.
For example, an RN who holds a degree in Nursing Psychology will need to have spent four years at an accredited college or institution before they can earn their degree.
As RNs take an RN qualification, they should apply for a post-graduate degree at the time of their first degree, regardless of the length they already have spent as RNs.
This is because the RN candidates own knowledge and experience in the field of nursing will be recognised.
For the purposes of this guide, RN candidates will not be referred to as RN candidates unless they have completed four years of RN studies.
How to register the RN resume?
Registered nurses must register their RN resume through the NUP.
The registration can be completed by clicking the RN on the right-hand menu bar (right-hand navigation buttons on mobile phones).
A registered RN can register their current RN qualifications by completing an RN Application Form.
An RN applicant must provide their RN qualification (or equivalency) card number and, if available, the name and address of the RN.
RN candidates must also complete the NQA Registration Card to be able to access and register the NPUS RN Registration Service.
The form is available on the NNPS website.
Once a registered, registered RN has registered their RN credentials, they can be found on the Registrar of Registered Nurse Resumes (RNRS) register.
For more information about the RNRS register, please contact the RN Registration Centre.
Registered RN candidates should also be aware of the fact that a register will not automatically register RN candidates to become registered nurses.
If the RN does not meet the RN Qualification criteria for registration as a RN, the RN may apply for and be accepted for the Registered Nursing Officer (RNO).
RN candidates who do not meet RN Qualifications requirements will still be able apply to be RN candidates but must be able show they are in good standing and that they will not pose a risk to the public.
This means that they must be eligible to work a registered nursing job, be able meet the health and safety requirements of their position, and be able provide evidence that they have a current, full-time job with good employment prospects.
Registered nurse candidates will also need to prove that they are qualified for a RN role.
If a registered registered nurse candidate has already held a registered qualification, and is not already working in a registered medical or veterinary profession, then the RN Candidate may also be asked to prove they have been accepted for a Registered Nurse role.
Registered Nursing candidate information and forms are available on RN candidates website.
RN candidate requirements are detailed in the RN Resume.
RN Candidate requirements for an