Policy for Programme Approval and Monitoring Processes is Published
NMBI sets the standards and requirements for registration in any division of the register and specialist nursing and midwifery qualifications. NMBI also sets the criteria for the approval of a body seeking to deliver an education and training programmes and monitors adherence to these criteria to ensure ongoing compliance.
NMBI has published the Policy for Programme Approval and Monitoring Processes. This presents an updated approach to the approval and monitoring of nursing and midwifery education and training programmes. It outlines the role of NMBI, education bodies and their Associated Health Care Providers (AHCPs) in our programme approval and monitoring processes.
“The processes outlined in this document relate to programme approval and monitoring of all pre first time registration programmes, post-registration programmes leading to registration and specialist nursing and midwifery education and training programmes,” said NMBI Director of Education, Policy and Standards, Carolyn Donohoe.
“The processes are informed by our primary legislation, statutory instruments, our statement of strategy and our funding model.”
The document can be accessed and downloaded on the NMBI website.