Work in Holland for Spanish nurses

In some countries, healthcare jobs are not there for the taking. However, in the Netherlands exists a lack of certified, professional caretakers. That’s why Pleyade provides the opportunity to work in Holland for Spanish nurses. Our nursing jobs are preceded by the Eduployment Program, an educational procedure in which you’ll be equipped with all the tools and knowledge to make your nursing career a success.

It is initially meant for already certified nurses, but there is also an internship program designed for nursing students. In order to provide the best care and support for our clients and patients, it is crucial to understand their needs. Therefore, both programs start with an introductory course in Dutch language which is given in Spain.

Want to know more about our educational program and the opportunities to work abroad for Spanish nurses? Or more information about the merits of working at Pleyade? Check the full contents of Eduployment Program and apply directly!

The Eduployment Program: a short summary​

Applying for work in Holland for Spanish nurses requires you to sign up for the Eduployment Program first. It’s easily done through the website. After application, you’ll follow the introductory course in which you’ll learn the most important words and basic phrases of the Dutch language, so you can ultimately communicate with both clients and colleagues.

 

Next, we invite you to come over to the Netherlands for an internship. During this 3-month period (6 for students), you’ll get accustomed to the protocols in Dutch healthcare by performing ‘Activities of Daily Living’ for our clients.  Of course, this won’t be for nothing. We will arrange your housing and you will also receive an adequate payment for your internship.

After the internship ends, it’s time to decide whether you want to continue the program and work for our organization.

The program continues...

When you do, you’ll advance into another course in which facets of the Dutch language and healthcare protocols are further explained. The course prepares you for the obligatory state exam, which is required to pass for applying for a nurse registration. The registration is needed to be able to apply for jobs in healthcare institutions as nursing homes, general hospitals, psychiatric institutes and private clinics.

After being registered, you can take full advantage of all our job positions while continuing to improve your nursing skills through personal development programs and additional training. We’ll provide everything you need for your dream job as a professional caretaker.

Your benefits

Signing up for the Eduployment Program, and ultimately for work in Holland for Spanish nurses, you are investing valuable time and effort into working at our organization. In return, we take care of the rest. So, amongst other things, we offer you:

  • a free beginner’s course with an introductory period in which you get paid
  • a free follow-up program to get your language skills to the required level of a professional nurse
  • help during all periods of your study
  • arranged housing during your language training (if the course is outside your place of residence)
  • competitive salaries with extra payments for working irregular hours, overtime and on Sundays and public holidays
  • a continuous development program for personal and professional growth
  • and an introduction to other healthcare institutions after two years (if a career switch is desired)

Opportunities to work in Holland for Spanish nurses

At Pleyade, our work in Holland for Spanish nurses consists primarily of caring for our clients in and around the vibrant city of Arnhem, which is located at approximately an hour’s drive from Amsterdam. Your activities may finally range from supporting the elderly so to providing the needed care for patients and clients in nursing homes, general hospitals and other healthcare institutions.

More info about our organization? Read more about Pleyade and our unique Eduployment Program for certified nurses and nursing students.