Revalidation is the process that all nurses, midwives and nursing associates will need to go through in order to renew their registration with the NMC.
As an employer of nurses, midwives and nursing associates, you need to be aware of revalidation and what this means for you. While revalidation is ultimately the responsibility of the individual nurse, midwife or nursing associate, as an employer, you have an important role to play in ensuring that nurses, midwives and nursing associates are prepared for the new process. You have a lot to gain: the more your organisation puts into revalidation, the more it will get out of it.
Revalidation is a chance to support, guide and invest in nurses, midwives and nursing associates of all levels and in all settings. Importantly, it provides an opportunity for employers and organisations to undertake a wider assessment of the quality and assurance systems they have in place.
We have developed a number of resources that will provide employers with all the information you need to know. You can download them using the links below.
Employers’ guide to revalidation
This guide explains each of the revalidation requirements and outlines how employing organisations can and should play a role in supporting nurses, midwives and nursing associates through each step.
It also outlines the minimum amount of support we expect an organisation to provide to the nurses and midwives they employ.
We understand that employers may want to gather nurses, midwives and nursing associates together to talk them through revalidation. We have designed a series of training materials for use by employers that will clearly set out the revalidation requirements and how nurses, midwives and nursing associates can meet them. The materials are split into individual workshops and can be found in Presentations and materials under Resources.
Each of the sessions can be delivered as standalone workshops or as part of a concurrent session. The materials come with comprehensive facilitator notes and involve interactive breakout sessions.
Each workshop is designed to be delivered to a maximum of 25 people.