The Dome, Abuja
A state of the art destination for recreation and entertainment, with facilities such as bowling alley, serene garden, night club, fitness centre, banquet hall, restaurant, VIP lounge, cigar room amongst others, this is one of Abuja's premium entertainment centres.
Nursing And Midwifery Council of Nigeria
About Nursing And Midwifery Council of Nigeria The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria is a parastatal of the Federal Government of Nigeria established by Act Cap. No143 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. The Council is the sole regulatory body for all cells of Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria. The function of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria are related to those of designing, implementing and evaluating various Nursing educational programmes, of indexing, examination, monitoring standards of Nursing practice in the Country, registration, certification and licensure of professional Nurses. License renewal is done every three (3) years, currently, the renewal fee is Ten thousand five hundred naira(N10, 500) for three years, penalty of five thousand two hundred and fifty naira(N5, 250) for each year of default. Safety This is a very safe location as befits an organisation of its standard. Things to Do Report a nurse, renewal of licences, verification of licences, re issuance of lost licences, unclaimed certificates, register your school of nursing, are just some of the things to do at the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. What to Bring Before heading to the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, here are some helpful things to take along with you; completed licensing form, certificates of registration, certificate of attendance for Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP). Best Time to Visit The best time to visit is during the day when the office is open for its various activities. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are nurses, midwives and government officials. Why You Should Visit Register as a midwife, get certificates and results upon the completion of the school of Nursing and Midwifery.
Community Health Practitioners Registration Board Of Nigeria
About Community Health Practitioners Registration Board Of Nigeria Community Health Practitioners Registration Board Of Nigeria is a statutory board under the Federal Ministry of Health,established by the need for a regulatory board for community health practice. It was established by Decree Number 61 of 1992, now CAP C 19, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 and till date is responsible for determining and stating what standards of knowledge and skills individuals seeking to become members of the profession of Community Health must have and attain and improving those standards from time to time as the ages change. Safety There is no threat to safety at the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria Things to Do At the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria,one can register to become a member,check the registered institutions,get or check a license or report a misconduct of a practitioner What to Bring Before heading to the Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria,you should go along with a proper means of identification,necessary documents and of course writing materials in the event of a seminar Best Time to Visit Best Time to visit the board are during its working hours of 9am to 6pm daily and 10am to 4pm on saturdays, then you can get all the help you need,working hours may differ during the holidays however Most Common visitors Common visitors to the board includes medical practitioners,staff and government officials
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