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Ahh maybe thats why . And i meant "software practicioner" not "IT practicioner" . My mistake.

Im probably going to either stay at home and go to a uni nearby or else ill go and live in scotland and study there.

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You brits have such a complicated sounding system... I can't understand a thing except that you've got a ton of specific names for specific programs, no idea what level they are... :icon_redface:

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hehe, well the one i'm doing is for (generally) 16-18yrolds (though most on the course are around 19). And it incorporatses ALL of ICT. software development, systems analysis, business, binary etc etc. Not sure what level you would say but it's after "high school".

and JB i like your idea of Uni in Scotland

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Anyway.. trying to revive this thread:

What college(s) are daniweb members attending / planning to attend ?

Colleges - BSC for 4 years/Nursing & Mountain State University for 2 more years/Nurse Practioner.

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You want to become a nurse?
Its really difficult to get into medicine here....

Yes, I love the healthcare field.
Why is it hard there?

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Aww thanks to both of you.
I'm studying at a vocational school to be a nursing assistant right now... they just teach you the basics. It's very easy, I make straight 100's.

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Cool. I think my cousin did that (she took health and social care and sports science as she wanted to be a sports physiotherapist)

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Cool. I think my cousin did that (she took health and social care and sports science as she wanted to be a sports physiotherapist)

Wow, that's awesome.
What is your major?

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I think thats an exaggeration.

Besides aren't we low on nurses?

They don't live in the US.
edit: He (jbennet) doesn't live in the US.

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At secondary school (age 11 -16) i did:

English, Maths, Science (core subjects)
ICT (computers)
Spanish
Resistant Materials (Woodworking)
History

At 6th form college im doing

Computing
Chemistry
Biology
General studies (doss!)
English lang/lit

Next year I am gonna drop either chemistry or biology and do Use of Maths

When i go to university (1 year yay!) i want to do computer science

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He (jbennet) doesn't live in the US.

Neither does Hbk619?

Check my last post (might be on the previous page).

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yeah s'allright Christina i know JB is over here, living abit south of me :)

edit: essex is south east, above london :)

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Sort of. We get a load in from the Phillipines and Nigeria. Nurses are always complaining though. They say they dont get paid enough by the NHS.

And hbk619, i dont live right in surrey, im on the border with hampshire (i go over the border for college)

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Sort of. We get a load in from the Phillipines and Nigeria. Nurses are always complaining though. They say they dont get paid enough by the NHS.

Registered Nurses here get around $40 per hour.

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funky, i love crossing the border :D

and yeah nursers don't get paid alot.

It's midwife's we're definitly short on. And probably doctors, they all get fired to "cut costs". This is NHS speaking of course


£20 an hour? shikes. Not sure what ours are on

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