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The Online English Course for Nursing is designed for nurses and healthcare professionals with intermediate to advanced (B1-C2) English proficiency levels

The online English course for nursing is an innovative and comprehensive professional English training program aimed at elevating nurses' and healthcare professionals' English language skills to a specialised level in their professional field.

By participating in the online English course for nursing:

  • Experience a realistic learning environment: You will experience a realistic learning environment by practising with case studies and simulations that include real-life scenarios.

  • Specialise in your field: Gain language skills specific to nursing terminology and patient care, progressing towards becoming a sought-after nurse internationally.

  • Learn to communicate effectively in English: Acquire the ability to communicate effectively in English with patients, colleagues, and other healthcare professionals.

  • Develop all your skills: Enhance not only your speaking and listening skills but also your knowledge of medical terminology, academic reading, and writing.

  • Don't miss out on global opportunities: By improving your English language skills, you will have access to opportunities for working abroad.

The English Course for Nurses is an ideal program for nurses who want to improve their English language skills and specialise in their professional field.

Take a step forward in your nursing career by enrolling in the English Course for Nursing Specialization today!

English course for Nursing topics:

  1. The hospital team

    • Hospital jobs
    • Describing what people in a hospital do
    • Describing routines and current activities
    • The nursing profession

  2. In and around the hospital

    • Describing what different hospital departments do
    • Giving directions in a hospital
    • Prepositions of place and of movement
    • Describing where things are

  3. Hospital admission

    • Describing the hospital admission procedure
    • Describing what happened
    • Past simple v past continuous
    • Filling a patient record card
    • Writing a summary of a patient

  4. Accidents and emergencies

    • Talking about first aid
    • Understanding and giving instructions
    • The symptoms of shock
    • Describing how to deal with an emergency

  5. Pain

    • Describing types of pain
    • Describing degrees of pain
    • Comparing things
    • Asking about pain
    • Referred pain

  6. Symptoms

    • Describing symptoms
    • Asking about symptoms
    • How to form questions
    • Syndromes
    • Tongue diagnosis

  7. Caring for the elderly

    • Care homes
    • The ageing brain
    • Alzheimer’s disease
    • Will
    • Describing the problems of the elderly
    • Aids used by the elderly

  8. Nutrition and obesity

    • Nutritional value of different foods
    • Vitamins and minerals
    • Diabetes
    • Giving advice
    • Body measurements and BMI
    • Eating disorders

  9. Blood

    • Talking about blood types
    • Describing blood samples
    • Doing a blood test and giving the results
    • Describing logical sequences using if and when
    • The heart

  10. Death and dying

    • Talking about dying
    • The body after death
    • Expressing possibility
    • Discussing euthanasia

  11. Hygiene

    • Hospital hygiene quiz
    • Talking about the spread of infections
    • Understanding a hygiene inspection report
    • Talking about obligation
    • MRSA
    • Completing a Pathology lab report

  12. Mental health nursing

    • Describing the symptoms of mental illness
    • A case of conference
    • Present perfect
    • Schizophrenia
    • Writing a job application
    • Tourette syndrome

  13. Monitoring the patient

    • Saying measurements
    • Describing changes in measurements
    • Recording vital signs
    • Hypothermia
    • Using the Passive to describe procedures
    • General anaesthetics

  14. Medication

    • Types of medication
    • Methods of giving medication
    • Understanding instructions for giving medication
    • Be going to v Present Continuous for giving medication
    • Writing up an experiment

  15. Alternative treatments

    • Describing alternative treatments
    • Natural medicines
    • Qigong
    • Giving reasons
    • Healers
    • Arguing for and against something

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Course details
Event language English
Age range Adults (Age 20 to 39) Adults (Age 40 to 59) Adults (Age 60 and over)
B1 (Intermediate)
B2 (Upper-intermediate)
C1 (Advanced)
C2 (Proficiency)
Meeting platform Zoom
Min 8 / Max 10
Event calendar and syllabus

Cancellation policy

Group training programs are organized and charged according to the minimum and maximum number of participants.

In the programs you purchase, a special area reservation is made for you and the number of participants is limited by the quota.

Therefore, there are free and paid cancellation options in cancellations, depending on the time remaining to the program start date.

Free cancellation

You can cancel the programs you have registered for 7 days before the start date without paying any fee and get a refund.

Canceled program fee is automatically transferred to your balance.

You can use your balance to participate in different group activities or purchase one-on-one tutoring sessions.

Paid cancellation

The following rates apply for cancellations made less than 7 days before the start date or after the start date.

  • Less than 7 days : 25%
  • After the start of the program: 50%

For cancellations made after the program start date, sessions that started or completed until the date of cancellation will be charged. The refund amount is calculated on the total of the remaining session fees.

The remaining amount is automatically transferred to your balance.

Cancellation by the service provider

Group events that do not reach the minimum number of participants for any reason may be canceled by the organizer or service provider before the start of the program.

All canceled event fee will be transferred to your balance without any deductions.

Return to card

Cancelled program fees are automatically transferred to your balance. You can use your balance to join a group training or private training program of your choice, or request a refund of the refunded amount to your card.

Refund to card is valid for payments made within the last 30 days.

Fees can only be refunded to the card from which the payment was made.

Depending on the bank and location to which your card is linked, the refund will be made within 15 - 30 business days. You can get more detailed information about transaction times by contacting your bank.

You can make your card refund requests by sending an e-mail to refund@bwans.com.

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