HAVE YOU COMPLETED YOUR TRAINING AS A HEALTH CARE AND NURSING PROFESSIONAL AND WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN GERMANY? THEN YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE.
We help you find a secure job with a permanent position.
Attend the best quality German courses with certified language teachers at our partner schools – both face-to-face and online.
We provide all necessary documents for the embassy and thus the visa application.
We support you in obtaining German professional registration.
We help you with the registration with the health insurance company.
Our recruiters abroad as well as our language competent team in Germany is your constant contact throughout the whole process.
We will continue to be your contact after your arrival in Germany.
If we have aroused your interest, please apply to us now.
Process of professional admission
In order to be able to work in Germany, the foreign qualification must be recognised in Germany. After the applicant has received a confirmation of employment, we collect, certify and translate all the necessary documents. The recognition office of each federal state decides which documents must be submitted and in what form. As a rule, this process takes four to six months, depending on the federal state.
Each Land has its own criteria for fulfilling the requirements for becoming a registered nurse. After going through the recognition procedure for a professional licence to practise as a care worker, one receives either full recognition (as a care worker) or partial recognition if significant differences are found between the foreign and the German professional qualification. If partial recognition is granted, a so-called deficiency notice is issued, which contains the necessary measures to achieve full recognition. These necessary measures can be theory hours, practical hours in individual subject areas or language deficits. In practice, this is either an adaptation course or a knowledge test. Nurses are free to choose between the two options. In most cases, the decision depends on the employer’s possibilities.
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