ADMISSION: School Of Post Basic Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Enugu Forms On Sale

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the 18 months post basic psychiatric nursing programme of the school of post basic psychiatric and mental health nursing federal neuropsychiatric hospital enugu.

Entry requirements:
>>Registered Nurse (RN)
>>Five Credits in WASC/SSCE/GCE or NECO at not more than 2 sittings. Also individuala with Bachelor of Nursing Science (B.NSC) can also apply
>>Photocopies of relevant credentials as well as evidence of current license to practice from Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
>>At lease 1 year post qualification/registration cognate experienc (minimum)
>>Recommendation from 2 referees; one must be from the last school of nursing attended
>>Enclose 2 passport sized photogrphs
Closing Date:
Submissions Closes Friday February 5th 2017
Method of Application
All applications should be addressed to:
The Co-ordinator,
School of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing ,
Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Enugu
Names of shortlisted candidates for the entrance exams will be published on the school’s notice board Monday February 2017
Written and Oral exams will take place on Saturday 27th ebruary 2017 at 9.00am in the school auditorium for shortlisted cndidates only.
Mrs Buzo-Maduka I. R. (ADN)
Coordiantor/Head of School

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