Change in Registration Process and Certificate


Warm New Year Greetings from the Nursing Council of Kenya.

As part of our commitment to ensure quality nursing and midwifery education and practice in Kenya, the Council is pleased to inform you that it has revised its registration processes to make them more efficient and updated the design of its current registration certificates to enhance security and protect their integrity.

Successful applicants now undertake registration and the processing thereof using the NCK Online Services Portal (OSP). Please note that due to the significant reduction realized in processing time, the Council will no longer issue temporary certificates/waiting letters. We regret every inconvenience arising from the changeover process and continue to endeavor that the transition remains as smooth as possible.

Effective 2018, all nurses and midwives registered by the Council and will be issued with the new registration certificates. Registration certificates and practicing licenses can be authenticated through our online retention register. Moreover, the QR code provided on the certificate can also be scanned for validation using a smart device.

Best wishes this 2018.
We appreciate your continued support.

FOR THE NURSING COUNCIL OF KENYA
Edna C. Tallam – Kimaiyo
REGISTRAR/CEO

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