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Preceptorship describes the transition period after registering as a nurse when learning that has taken place is put into practice. Newly qualified nurses require support and guidance from more experienced nurses as develop in your role and enhance your skills.
During your preceptorship, you will have time with your preceptor to discuss your development, agree on objectives and review your practice.
Your preceptor will support and guide you through achieving the Registered Nurse Induction. You will be signed off to competent by either your preceptor (mentor) or other suitably qualified nurse (associate nurse) when you feel you are ready to do so.
When you take up a position in your new home, for the first four weeks you will be completely super-numery. This will be split into two-week blocks where different objectives will be set and expected.
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