Published by amar
Posted on November 12, 2019
In the Silver Plan the candidate can travel to Amsterdam from the first minute and start with the ionserion in the culture and customs of the city.
During the first months you will attend Dutch classes (18h a week) and carry out home work cleaning and conditioning of our patients’ homes. After about two months, you will get the A2 level of Dutch and go on to work as A Care Assistant with a starting salary of 2,300 euros and the same working day of 18+18. Finally, after another 4 months, the professional will be examined for the B1 level of Dutch with which he will already be able to work as a nurse in the Netherlands, with a starting salary of 2,600 euros.
In case the person prefers to travel already having a Dutch base, they can opt for the Golden Plan. In this plan the professional will study Dutch in the city of Malaga, Will perform an intensive for 2 months in which he will have accommodation and food included.
After earning the A2 level, you will travel to Amsterdan and start working as Care Assisntant with a starting salary of 2,300 euros. There he will continue to attend Dutch classes 18 hours a week, until he obtains the B1 level with which, as in the Silver Plan, he will be able to work as a qualified nurse in the Netherlands.
And finally, EHCA has designed the Platinum Plan; a plan in which the professional may decide to study Dutch on his own, or he may already have the level required to work as a nurse in the Netherlands. In this case, you will travel directly to Amsterdam and you will be able to start working as a qualified nursing professional with a starting salary of 2,600 euros and a bonus of 2,000 euros. In this last step, the day will also be 36h but fully working and will have one day off a week.
The Leven & Zorg team, located in Amsterdam, will be in constant contact with people travelling to the city of bicycles. They will constantly follow up to see what the experience is like, how they feel, what they need, etc. A human team that truly cares about the people who work with them.