Our revalidation guidance has moved

Published on 26 May 2021

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Our guidance, documents and form templates for revalidation have moved. They now sit on our main website.

The pages look a little different, but none of the revalidation guidance has changed and if you are revalidating soon you can continue to do so as normal, with the new easy to use web pages.

We’ve made these changes so that the website is more accessible. This means users with disabilities will have easier access to all of the information. We’re also responding to feedback from users that we should have everything on one website.

Most of the links should stay the same, however some links will be redirected to the new revalidation homepage. The web pages on NMC Online where you log in to submit your revalidation have not moved or changed.

We’re also going to update our website over the coming weeks with new resources to help nursing associates who will start to revalidate for the first time in November 2021. Watch this space for more updates.


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