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I am a GP-employed nurse with little access to training or education. Am I entitled to training? If not, how can I persuade my employers it would be beneficial to fund my training?

Nurses and midwives must maintain registration by meeting post-registration education and practice (Prep) standards set by the NMC. There is no obligation on employers to fund this but nurses who do not maintain continuous professional development (CPD) could find it threatens a lapse in their registration.

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