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Sunflowers at Grafton is a registered charity and is a community run, not for profit childcare offering set in beautiful natural surroundings.
At Daisy Chain Day Care we understand that choosing the right nursery is one of the most important decisions you will make.
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The Hunny Jar can be found in Fleckney, Leicestershire.
We operate a high ratio of staffing to maintain our commitment to provide the highest quality of childcare.
Wollaton Village Nursery is part of a group of three nurseries.
Set up in 2016, Sporting Chance provides education and training opportunities to people that may have barriers on accessing mainstream education.
The White House has been established for over 30 years, it is a family run business and we pride ourselves on being a caring, professional and exciting company to work for where you feel valued.
Manor School is a primary special academy for pupils based in Kensal Rise and is part of the Brent Specialist Academy Trust.
The Hunny Bear Nursery prides themselves on laying the correct foundations for children's future learning and development within a home from home atmosphere.
The founding nursery of the Hunny Nurseries, the Hunny Pot is where it all started.
Nurses are an invaluable part of the UK’s healthcare system and they’re always high in demand. It’s an incredibly rewarding career choice, where every day you will be having a positive effect on someone’s mental or physical wellbeing.
Broadly, a nurse’s work consists of assessing, diagnosing, planning and evaluating treatment. It will also involve administration work through keeping patients’ files up to dates and maintaining high health and safety standards in the workplace.
All nurses have to pass a course that has been approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). It usually takes three or four years to complete and will involve blocks of work experience to help you to feel prepared when you enter the world of work.
While studying your course, you will usually specialise in adult nursing, child nursing, learning disability nursing or mental health nursing. Sometimes courses are tailored towards one of these areas from the beginning, whereas others will give an overview of all of them before letting you choose which area you would like to train in. It’s important to research the course thoroughly beforehand to make sure that it suits your career goals.
After the completion of this course there are a number of areas that nurses can specialise in: mental health, accident and emergency, clinical, paediatric and numerous others. Each of these will require slightly different skillsets and knowledge, but across all of these areas nurses must be empathetic, professional, caring and resilient.
Hospital nurses work in teams to deliver continual care to patients. It requires you to be highly organised and able to balance multiple patients at once. As a hospital nurse you should also expect shift work, which may mean you have to work evenings or weekends. However, these unsociable shifts tend to have higher pay rates.
External clinics and GP surgeries usually operate between 9-5, but still may require you to be on call in case of an emergency.
The healthcare service in the UK is under a lot of strain, which means that qualified nurses usually find work pretty easily. Over 90% of graduate nurses find employment just six months after graduating. If you do a degree apprenticeship, often the employer that you do your placement with will offer a full time position at the end.