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12th January 2021

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Immediate Nursing Vacancies

LEARN & NETWORK

CPD Accredited Seminars

RCNi Careers and Jobs Fairs are virtual for 2021

We are delighted that our jobs fairs can still go ahead this year despite COVID-19. Using the latest event software, we have turned our free nursing careers and jobs fairs into virtual events.

You can still meet the UK’s key nurse employers who will be interviewing on the day, gain valuable CPD hours at the online seminars and network with other delegates. All you need is an internet connection and a device to join us, wherever you are. Simply register for free entry before the event.

Here is how it will work:

Exhibitors

Seminar Programme & Speakers


12 January 2021

Join Clare Lomas and Nichole McIntosh, Health Education England for advice on careers and development

Clare Lomas
RCNi Careers & Development Editor
Nichole McIntosh
Regional Head of Nursing (London)
The panel discussion will take place live at 12 pm - 1 pm

Interviews Prepare & Succeed

Julie Watkins
Careers Adviser, RCN Careers Service
The session will help you to identify some interview techniques to help you get the job you want and impress employers at interviews. We will take you through everything from the importance of preparation, to the skills of execution, to help you feel more confident and in control of your next interview.

Applying for Jobs – your supporting statement

Ruth Jones
Careers Coordinator, RCN Careers Service
Once you’ve found a suitable job, you'll usually need to complete a job application. This session will offer some advice, strategies and tips to make sure you've got the best chance of getting shortlisted. Along with examples on perfecting your supporting statement/information as part of the application process.

Introduction to the RCN professional and trade union offer

Dr. Nichola Ashby
Associate Professor, Head of Learning and Practice Development, Royal College of Nursing

Careers in General Practice Nursing

Ellen Nicholson
RCN GPN Forum Chair
This session will make getting a nursing job in general practice a bit clearer.

Street outreach to people experiencing homelessness

Rosa Ungpakorn
Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Homeless Health Service, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust

A Toolkit for Agency Nurses

Fiona Millington
Chief Nurse, Florence
Working as an Agency Nurse during this time is both challenging and rewarding and despite the additional pressure of navigating the temporary workplace within a pandemic, there continues to be a huge demand for this workforce. Within this session Fiona Millington will review some of the key components of maintaining safe professional practice as an independent practitioner, including, the importance of CPD, how to revalidate effectively, what does a good Agency look like and what to do when adverse events occur.

Event Q&As



You can register by using the button on this page.
Yes, the entire event is still absolutely free to attend.
Yes, you will be emailed a CPD certificate in your post-event email.
It works in much the same way as a face to face event, just from the comfort of your own home. If this is your first Virtual Career Fair and you are not quite sure what to do - no problem – on the run up to the event we will provide a ‘How To Guide’ which will take you through the process step-by-step and our Team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Please scroll down for answers to our Frequently Asked Questions. To attend this event and further your nursing careers register now.
Yes, we will be holding a webinar on how to make the most of the event on the day. We will also be sending out a how-to guide. This will be held and sent a week before the event.
Once you have registered, you will be emailed a link and password before the event. This will have all the details of how to login. You will be able to login via a computer, tablet or mobile phone.
We advise checking you are able to login properly, the day before the event, via the device you are planning to use. If you are looking for a job, you should upload your CV beforehand.
If you are planning to interact via a video link with exhibitors and speak to them about job vacancies, then yes, we advise wearing smart clothing. This will give a good impression to employers, especially if you are looking to be interviewed on the day.
You only need to enable video if you are planning to interact with exhibitors.
There will be someone on hand to help throughout the day via the event platform.
Yes, the event will be available for 30 days after the event.
There will be a link through the event site to join the seminar.
Yes, the speaker will be available at a set time during the day to answer any questions.
You can interact with them by clicking onto their booth.
Yes, many exhibitors will be conducting online interviews.
No, it is just a website you will have to access.
You will be able to email us at events@rcni.com