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Intensive learning phases
The knowledge gained in the theoretical learning phases can be directly linked to practical work
Recognition of the performance
After successful completion of the course, the training acquired abroad is equivalent to the German degree.
International employees enrich the entire team and have a positive effect on the daily work routine.
Preparation course for the oral and practical knowledge examination according to the Nursing Professions Act (PflBG) and Nursing Act (KrPflG).
With our innovative course concept, we lead international nursing staff to professional qualification in Germany.
In a total of five months, participants in our approved programme receive instruction in medical theory and language skills.
The IISC e.V. course concludes with a knowledge examination consisting of an oral-theoretical part and a practical part.
The course is AZAV certified and can therefore be financed by an education voucher (Bildungsgutschein) – we will be happy to help you with the application!
Our programme is coordinated in the way that the participants can attend classes for a period of two weeks every month and work regularly for their employer for a remaining period of two weeks.
In this way, theoretical knowledge can be ideally combined with practical work in the care facility or hospital.
It also makes it easier to plan the employees’ schedules.
The curriculum was developed together with experienced teachers and directly links to, expands and deepens the knowledge acquired in the country of origin.
It is also our aim that our course identifies and highlights the culture-specific differences in nursing training. Last but not least, we can realize this because of the special cultural sensitivity of our teachers.
Entry of the nurse
Start of course
Duration: 2 to 6 weeks
Applying for funding
Preparatory course (practice and technical languages): 500 Units
2 examination days
Passed knowledge examination
- A job and residence in Germany
- A successfully completed training in care in the country of origin.
- Defizitbescheid: the Defizitbescheid is required to prove that certain knowledge and skills are lacking and that the further training is therefore necessary.
- A recognised language certificate of at least level B1