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The #1 Career Development Tool for Nurses
by Nurseline Healthcare.

  • Feeling frustrated about your career prospects and growth opportunities?
  • Not sure what opportunities are available, or which ones to take advantage of?
  • Seeking guidance and inspiration to get out of a career rut?

At Nurseline, we’ve helped many nurses that have been in exactly the same place as you.

Working in partnership with them, we piloted a series of tools and activities, using 121 sessions with our team of internal career advisors to help these nurses explore their passions and discover key strengths.

With our help, these same nurses went on to formulate robust career plans and remarkably pursued their goals for meaningful and fulfilling service in healthcare.

The results of our approach have inspired us to do more, and we are confident that we can help you to do the same. 

If you’re looking for help with planning your career, book a 121 session with one of our career advisors today. 

There are no fees, no obligations, and no hidden surprises.


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Our Approach

Regardless of what stage you are at in your career, our career advisors will use 121 sessions to help you to articulate your career goals, analyse your needs for training, create a practical career development plan and implement a strategy to help you accomplish your goals.

Each 121 session is broken down into 4 parts:

  • The Career Review
  • Training Needs Analysis
  • Career Development Plan
  • Implementation


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