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On balance, I would go for a course which is NMC validated, but choose your
course with care. Look at what is incorporated within it and how much OH
specific material is included in the curriculum.

Some employers will only recruit people who are RSCPHN despite there being
currently no requirement to have registration as a SCPHN but that could
change. There again, there is always the chance that OHN courses may come
off the SCPHN register and be registered on a register for Advanced
Practice. Who knows?

I don't know where you are based in the UK but if you would like to discuss
the  programme at London South Bank I am in the office tomorrow: 0207 815
6735. If I am not at my desk leave your tel number on my voice mail and I
will return your call.

Best

Anne
Anne Harriss
Course Director
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY
Tel 0207 815 6735


On 27/06/2011 12:02, "Sarah Jones" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Dear List
> 
> Following my previous post I have seen some archives debating the efficacy of
> SCPHN registration.
> 
> I have a degree in Nursing and 4 years OH experience.
> 
> So I'm now left wondering whether a MSc of PgDip in a OH related field would
> suffice; all comments/thoughts/opinions welcome......
> 
> However, I want to ensure that I am both "employable" and practicing
> "legally".
> 
> Look forward to your replies
> 
> Sarah
> 
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