The OSCE Training Review resources provided by Skilled Healthcare International Recruitment (SHIR) ltd for the NMC’s Test 2 of competence for international registered Nurses
The workshop is applicable prior to OSCE practical tests at The University of Northampton. SHIR only provides an OSCE review training workshops for Qualified Nurses who want to become registered nurses in the UK in Nursing Adult and Paediatric Practice.
All candidates are required to undergo Mandatory Training course prior to the OSCE review workshop. If they were already had their Mandatory Training from the NHS trusts or other private training companies, then they have to provide an evidence of training certificate or confirmation email from their employer.
The Mandatory training is an entry requirement to all OSCE candidates for awareness of the following areas: Health & Safety, Information Governance, Communication, Conflict Resolution, Person Centred Care, Violence/Aggression, Equality, Diversity and Human Rights, Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults, Safeguarding Children, Infection Prevention and Control, Moving and Handling, Fire Safety, Adult and Paediatric Basic Life Support (BLS) level 2 (with AED). The duration of the workshops: 3 days
Assessing the nursing needs of individual patients is paramount . The OSCE is made up of scenario based stations and relate to the following:
- Holistic patient centred assessment
The stations will be a practical clinical skills scenarios. Candidates will be tested on their nursing practical skills scenarios which may include: