Revalidation Nurses

Nursing & Midwifery Revalidation begins from 1 April 2016.

All nurses must revalidate every 3 years to ensure your Pin number is renewed and hence you are able to legally practice.

If your own registration is due to expire after the 1st of April you will have to revalidate.

If you already renewed your registration with the NMC, then you will only need to revalidate 3 years after that renewal.

Revalidation is mandatory and therefore needs to be at the top of your ‘to do list’, however don’t despair, RMR Recruitment are here to assist and guide you through the process, with all the advice, forms and assistance you will require.

We have partnered with specialist revalidation company Equiniti360 and have a custom built, cloud-based solution that enables healthcare  workers to meet their revalidation obligations in a way that assists, not hinders, nurses and midwives,  in a  simple, supported and easy-to-follow way.

Ranked by nurses  as the easiest and quickest system to perform revalidation, the solution enables the effective documentation of required hours of practice,  required feedback and revalidation confirmation, making sure that nurses revalidation is covered from every angle.

Criteria required for Revalidation:

  • 450 practice hours increasing 900 if revalidating as both a nurse and midwife
  • 35 hours CPD including 20 hours participatory learning
  • Five pieces of practice related feedback
  • Five written reflective accounts
  • Reflective discussion
  • Health and character declaration
  • Professional indemnity arrangements
  • Confirmation from a third party

 Contact RMR today and onbe of our specialist revalidation officers will be able to advice you accordingly.