What is the difference between Paramedtronics professionals & Nursing?
Paramedtronics is the new medical terminology invented by Dr.Sreedhar Saraswathy. It is blend of Medical Science and Medical Electronics which can be trained even after nursing courses. The Paramedtronics professionals are the cream of expertise in the field of Paramedicine and bio medical engineering.

What is the eligibility to become Paramedtronics professional?
A 12th pass or GNM or BSc Nursing candidates are eligible for the Paramedtronics course. A 12th standard qualified person will get a certificate after one year of Paramedtronics studies in India who will be placed in Netherland, subsequent years he/she can obtain Diploma, Graduation (BSc Paramedtronics), Post Graduate Diploma in Paramedtronics, Post-Graduation (MSc in Paramedtronics). Multiple entry and exist is possible as per National Education Policy, India.

Is the Paramedtronics course approved UGC?
Yes. It is a valid certification approved by UGC. Since It is a brand new course which is announced by the Hon’ble Governor of Karnataka only on March 6th 2022, the same is Known to the world of education around the globe only by now. However the Certificate to Post graduation is affiliated by a state university and the said university is issuing the valid certification for the qualifying students.

Are Paramedtronics care managers/care givers are high demand in Netherlands?
Yes. Not only in Netherland but throughout the world. The Netherlands is a wonderful place to work as a nurse/care giver, and it is in desperate need of more Paramedtronics professional right now who has signed a MoU with IIMSTC for 200,000 Paramedtronics Professionals. This isn’t solely due to the coronavirus; the Netherlands had a nursing shortage long before that. In the Netherlands, how much would be the salary for Paramedtronics professional? The typical income for a registered nurse working in a Dutch hospital runs from 1790 euros to 3700 euros per month. This amount would be excluding the overtime or second job that you have been hired. However, is dependent on a variety of criteria, such as qualifications, years of experience and skills.

If you are ready to work overtime, probably you can earn 60% extra than what you earn normally. How much does it cost to live in the Netherlands?
Without rent, a single person’s projected monthly costs are 500 €. The rent depends on how you share and where you stay. The cost of living in the Netherlands is 6.62 percent more on average than in the United States. The average rent in the Netherlands is 15.23 percent lower than in the United States.

Why you would want to come to the Netherlands as a Paramedtronics Care Manager? What does this flat land have to offer you, apart from cheese and tulips?
Excellent salary, a 36-hour workweek, decent culture a non-hierarchical workplace culture, and plenty of career advancement opportunities.

Is it a safe country to live and how IIMSTC collaborated with the country?
Yes. Netherlands is one of the safest and beautiful country in the world. The culture of Dutch are so warm and stress free. Moreover IIMSTC and its collaborative Partner Stichting Maitri will take care of all the welfare of the Indian& South African Students. There will be resident Ambassador appointed by IIMSTC to take care of the members of IIMSTC. One buddy Indian family will assist them initially to get self-sustainable.

What is the use of membership in IIMSTC?
Every Paramedtronics profession sent from India &South Africa shall be a member of IIMSTC and the same will be renewed every year. IIMSTC is an international council for
Paramedtronics Professionals similar to the functions of Nursing councils. The members can avail the help of the ambassador appointed by IIMSTC if required. Also they will be continuously up-skilled by the Medical council members of IIMSTC during their employment. The group insurance, accommodation, etc will be setting up in consultation with the Council. The application of Permanent residency, Citizenship etc will be processed through the council. Many other facilities can also be enjoyed by being a membership in IIMSTC.

How does the healthcare system work in the Netherlands?
The patients have to go through their GP before going to hospital unless it’s an absolute emergency. For Paramedtronics professionals, that means more focused work, on patients that really need your help.

How do you become a Healthcare worker in the Netherlands?
The procedure for becoming a healthcare worker in the Netherlands as an international person is pretty complicated, which is why IIMSTC role is important. Paramedtronics Professional is much higher than a Nurse and also skilled one.

What is the BIG register?
The BIG register is a list of all the medical professionals in the Netherlands, and when you want to become a Paramedtronics professional here, you’ll need to be registered here before you can practice. Being on the BIG register allows you to use certain professional titles (like “nurse”) which are legally protected. The register also specifies which tasks you can perform, entitles you to specialized training, and places you under the governance of disciplinary law.

How can I register for BIG with a foreign diploma?
So, how does registering with the BIG work with a foreign diploma? That depends: if you have a non-EU diploma, you first need to validate it with Nuffic or IDW. You can skip that step if you have an EU nursing diploma. You also need to be able to prove that you have a B1 level of Dutch in all four areas: listening, reading, speaking and writing.

Do I need a visa to work as nurse in the Netherlands?
If you’re from a non-EU country, you will need a working visa to work as a nurse in the Netherlands.

What’s it like to work as a Paramedtronics professional in the Netherlands?
In the Netherlands, you will earn between €1790 and €3370 per month- depending on your level of experience and how many hours you work. The average monthly salary for a nurse in the Netherlands is €2725.

But that doesn’t include end-of-year bonuses and holiday pay, of course, and you’ll also have a pension set up for you. Furthermore, you will be paid extra for working weekends and holidays. Most contracts will be for 32 to 36 hours a week.

As with the Netherlands in general, workplace culture is not very stiff and formal. Generally speaking, when you start working as a nurse in the Netherlands, you’ll have a supervisor,
who will be a more senior nurse. You’ll get medical information about your patients from a doctor

Do I need to know the medical language to interact with GP & Doctors?
Yes. IIMSTC is designed the 360degree curriculum in such a way to address the challenges to be faced at work including the Territorial Medical Law & Ethics, Medical Language, Dutch Language, English Language, advanced Medical Practices and Medical Electronics.

Do I need to speak Dutch to work as a nurse in the Netherlands?
Absolutely you do. It makes sense that when you’re helping patients- people who are in a vulnerable state, quite often- that it’s important for you to be able to speak their native language. Accordingly, before you register with the BIG, you need to have proof that you can speak Dutch at a B1 level.

The nice thing about coming to the Netherlands with IIMSTC is that there is a language school included in the program aimed specifically at healthcare professionals- which of course is not the case with regular Dutch courses.

Is the job offered by the Government of Netherland?
The Job is offered by a Government approved agency named Stichting Maitri, Natherland and its Board of directors are the all the Part of the Government of Netherland. Stichting Maitri is functioning with the complete support of the Government of Netherland and major Hospitals in Netherland with an intention to help the nation to compensate the shortage of medical professionals.

Is the salary be paid by the Government?
No. The foreign employee’s salary is being paid from the account of the employer hospital on par with Government pay scale. However, the salary shall not be lower than the Government Norms and it is uniform payment for everyone. They will be providing overtime wages, leaves, holidays, medical leaves etc. The employee can bring their dependents during their employment. They are eligible for medical insurance and pension and so on.

What are the steps you will take with IIMSTC towards becoming a Paramedtronics professional in Netherlands?
The first step depends on your qualification such as Senior Secondary (A Level) Nursing diploma, BSc Nursing.

If you are a suitable candidate, IIMSTC will conduct an entrance examination and interview as well via Skype or face-to-face at its headquarters to get to know you a bit better. A back ground check will also be conducted after the selection. If you’re accepted, you’ll move
onto the next phase of the process: the PARAMEDTRONICS Course and English & Dutch course.

Primarily you’ll be issued admission for the one year /Crash course. You will be issued a Diploma certificate by UGC approved University and the same will be validated by Nuffic or International Credential Evaluation (IDW). The validation procedure can take up to four weeks to complete, Successful candidates will be issued work visa in Netherland and paid salary and other facilities at par with the Government of Netherland.

Make sure you haven’t left learning Dutch language mentioned in the curriculum.
Then, IIMSTC Ambassador will assist you for all your needs in Netherlands until you are independent. IIMSTC Medical Council will guide you to excel in your profession. If you desire to upgrade yourself, every year you will be assessed and issued Graduation, Post Graduate Diploma and Post-graduation etc by UGC Approved University from India and hence you will get higher qualification for your further service which helps your promotions and salary revisions etc.

Maybe the most impressive part of the whole process is that offer you an intensive 3-5 month-long Crash Course or one year full time course.

The Dutch training will bring you up to about a B1 level, and will especially focus on giving you the vocabulary and you need to navigate being a healthcare professional in the Netherlands.
IIMSTC partners up with STITCHING MAITHRI for Dutch language school that specializes in preparing medical professionals for working in the Netherlands.

Once you reach Netherland, You’ll have a native Dutch speaker teaching you, so you’ll be able to pronounce Scheveningen perfectly at the end, as well (who are we kidding, no non-native speaker can pronounce Scheveningen perfectly).An Indian Family and South African Family will act as a buddy to guide and support you to adjust with the Dutch Culture and social life.

The employer will take care of your further certification in Netherland by a Dutch Institution. What comes next, once you’ve mastered the Dutch ‘g’?
Well, then you start working as a Paramedtronic professional in the Netherlands! You’ll be placed at one of the healthcare institutions that the IIMSTC partners with, and there you’ll be able to find your footing in the Dutch healthcare system.

The easiest way to register as a healthcare worker in the Netherlands
Now, this might all sound pretty complicated to you- which is fair enough, it sounds complicated to us as well.

IIMSTC & STICHTING MAITHRI will make this whole process much easier and seamless, removing the need for you to painstakingly.

What exactly is IIMSTC-STICHTING MAITRIE, and what do they do?
Well, IIMSTC’s goal is to bridge the gap between qualified health care professionals from India and South Africa and STICHTING MAITRIE is appointing them in Dutch health care institutions vacancies.

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