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20,000 Kenyan Nurses to Undergo English Language Test for Jobs in the United Kingdom

The British government through its Council based in Kenya are now working on a plan to train a total of 22,000 Kenyans Nurses in order to qualify for the Nursing Jobs in the United Kingdom.

The Council has stated that the Kenyan Nurses will be recruited through the National Health Service in the U.K in a period of three years.

In a statement released by the Council today, a total of 6 trainers have been released to the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) and they will assist in training the Recruited nurses, equipping them with the necessary skills to pass IELTS Tests.

The training will ensure that the nurses are equipped with the guidelines on how to answer questions and tackle the challenges that they may face.

"This initiative by the British council Kenya will help test takers prepare better so that they can achieve the scores they need. We will facilitate closed English test Sessions for KMTC students only, beginning May 7," said the council Director Coates.

The IELTS test is an English proficiency test the recruited staff immigrating to the U.K, Australia, U.S.A, Canada and New Zealand.

The British Council has warned that passing the test require more than just being able to read, speak and write the English language.

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