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Nursing License Renewal in Nigeria Now Online

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This is to inform all
The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has made good her promise for renewal of license goes online.
Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria that the applications for renewal of licenses and change of name (for female only) are to be made online with effect from July 1st, 2019.

Paper/Manual application for license renewal ceases with effect from September 30th, 2019.

Nurses and Midwives registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria applying for renewal of license or change of name are to visit the portal https://license.nmcn.gov.ng and then click on apply for license renewal to initiate the application.


Please note that any Nurse/Midwife who is yet to complete his/her professional Update Form will not be to apply online for license renewal. These Nurses/Midwives are to visit the portal www.portal.nmcn.gov.ng or follow this link http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/nurses/add to complete their PUF application.

[*]All required documents to be uploaded must be scanned as original document (colour) in any of PDF/JPEG/PNG format and should not exceed 200kb

[*]Photocopy document is not acceptable. Passport photograph to be uploaded must not exceed 100kb

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For further enquiries/complaint / support send an email to
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You can update your profile.

Please note that any Nurse/Midwife who is yet to complete his/her professional Update Form will not be to apply online for license renewal. These Nurses/Midwives are to visit the portal www.portal.nmcn.gov.ng or follow this link http://portal.nmcn.gov.ng/nurses/add to complete their PUF application.
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PLEASE DID ANYBODY GET THIS BELOW message

Dear Professional colleague,

Greetings from Nursing and Midwifey Council of Nigeria (NMCN).

As part of our efforts to automate many of the applications for our services, we are excited as Council to inform you that we have launched our online application for licence renewal. The available services on this platform at the moment are application for change of Name and Licence renewal.

Please note that your account has been created.

As this account will be used to update your records with NMCN, it is important that you activate the account and update your profile in our database for us to you serve better. Click on this link https://licence.nmcn.gov.ng/Account/Signup, follow the process by providing your nursing or midwifery registration number and surname to activate your account.

You will gain immediate access to your account after you have successfully created your username and password. You are expected to update your profile on a regular basis especially if you have changed your employment, retired, relocated to another state or outside the Country, obtained new Nursing or Midwifery qualification etc.

However, many of your colleagues will not have received an email on this but they can get access by registering using the link below. Please pass this on to all colleagues. https://licence.nmcn.gov.ng/Account/Signup.

Furthermore, should you have a challenge in activating your account online, please send us a message using this link https://licence.nmcn.gov.ng/Support.

Finally, if you have activated your account and updated your profile, please ignore this message.

The NMCN count on your support in promoting Excellence in Nursing Profession in Nigeria

Thank you

NMCN Team.
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Update on online Nursing License Renewal in Nigeria

1- NMCouncil accept only WECA approved online certificate.

2- WECA approved certificates attract only 3 credit unit, no matter the number of certificates one obtained.

3- Renewal of license requires 6credit unit, as such one most have a 3credit unit from council approved MCPDP + 3 credit unit from the online CPD.

4- one cannot used “only” online CDP for license renewal.
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NMCN is providing all members with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) online platform and Mobile Application.

The App now contains COVID 19 Resources and you will be able to access education from the Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Midwives and many other respected educators for Free.

Please complete your registration now so we can send you the instructions to download the App and your username and password
https://engagement.wcea.education/nmcn
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COVID-19 LOCKDOWN: Nurses now needs only 3CEU to renew an expired license.
You can do the free course online via WCEA application. 30 courses are needed to be completed for you to get 3CEU.

Check the NMCN website for more details.

P.S: It will be reversed to 6CEU once the lockdown is lifted.
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