What Are The Requirements In HAAD Exam?


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The requirements for the HAAD or the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi has a number of requirements, some of which include: A completed application form with the Private Health Care Facility declaration form and the official stamp, a passport and valid visa, current resume with 5 passport photographs, and a high school leaving certificate.

  • Professional qualifications for those who want to attain a nursing degree, diploma or certificate include: Experience of not less than 3 years for a registered midwife, 18 months or more experience for a practical nurse.
  • For those who want to become a practical nurse, they must: Provide a transcript of their professional training which should include both theory and clinical hours, certificate of recognition and good standing in any country that you have worked as a nurse, 2 years experience after graduation for registered nurse or midwife, and one year experience after graduation for those who want to become a practical nurse or midwife.
  • All experience requirements refer to substantive context, which means that voluntary work and training is not accepted.
  • At least 50% of the experience in registered and practical midwifery should be attributed to postnatal or antnatal unit experience.
  • All nursing experience must be recent which means that they should have worked for the last 2 years. They should also be able to provide a good detailed and documented description of all the kinds, amounts, and dates of work that they completed within the last two years.
  • If practice has been discontinued for 2 years it should be directly related to maintaining clinical competence and will also be addressed accordingly.
  • Anyone who has not worked for over 5 years is not eligible to apply for the HAAD.

The HAAD has strict requirements to become part of their prestigious team. You can also learn more about the other qualifications by clicking on this site

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