Besides teaching the full German language course, Intermed Langauge Institute also prepares the RN students for the cultural differences which to expect moving abroad, the medical terms and medical role plays in a German setting with German standards. Intermed even offers intensive review for German nursing exam to prepare them prior and also communication refresher course which is a big help for those who don’t practice speaking while waiting for deployment.
Most of our teachers are licensed TELC examiners as well. They can prepare the nurses for the TELC B2 exams because our teachers know the formats and usual topics for the exams.
- Registered nurses with at least 2 years recent work experience in hospitals.
- Registered nurses with at least 1-year work experience in special areas.
- Registered nurses with work experience abroad.
No. Intermed Language Institute is a language training center to prepare you for work in Germany. We have partner agencies for recruitment such as; Athena Nursing Care -Philippines (consultancy service), Athena Nursing Care Germany (will process employment in Germany) and Bison Management Corp (will process POEA/OEC)
8 months normally (4 hours daily, Monday to Friday).
A1 course (120 hours)
A2 course (120 hours)
B1 course (140 hours)
B2 course (240 hours)
Longer, under COVID-related conditions
Does Intermed Language Institute provide allowances during schooling/training? Who are eligible to get an allowance?
This applies only on a case to case basis for specific branches. It’ll depend on the Branch of choice and the conditions of your transportation and distance of home. Please contact your Branch head to see if you are eligible. If approved, for some cases, 5K monthly will be extended, but will be payable within first 3 months of work in Germany.
- BIRTH CERTIFICATE (1A form from Civil Registrar Office)
- PASSPORT (at least 2 years before expiry date)
- CERTIFICATION OF PASSING
- BOARD CERTIFICATE
- TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD (with total number of hours per subject for all subjects minor and major)
- CERTIFICATE OF EMPLOYMENT (with total number of work hours per department)
- SEMINARS AND TRAININGS
- 2X2 PICTURE WITH WHITE BACKGROUND
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL BE NEEDING THE ORIGINAL COPIES
Travel Insurance of 5K payable once your work visa has been approved.
Nurse will pay the 75 Euros visa fee upon visa interview at German embassy. Visa fee is refundable.
No there are none.
No it is not.
You will have to retake the level, no need to pay for the second take but if you will still not pass and retake for the third time, then you have to pay at least 50% of the tuition fee ( A1- 10k, A2 – 10k, B1- 10k).
Some teachers are also taking in consideration if you fail on the speaking part you just have to retake the exam for the speaking part only. But if you fail all parts (speaking, writing, comprehension) then you really have to go back.
First take of the B2 exam is for free but to retake the exam, you would have to pay 8,500 pesos for the examination fee.
You may retake the exam right away if there is a scheduled TELC B2 exam. If there’s none you must join the B2 class of the next takers. There is no limit in taking the exam.
After passing the B2 exam, we can start the processing of your Recognition in Germany (B2 language certificate is needed for the Recognition, the reason why we have to wait for the nurses to pass the B2 exam before we apply for Recognition in Germany). Once we have the Recognition and other required documents we can schedule you an embassy appointment and wait for your visa approval and flight to Germany.
The international flight cost will be covered, but for the domestic flight, the nurse will have to shoulder it on their own.
We accept all nurses below the age of 40 years old. Applicants above 40 are required to pay the cash bond and are up for resume review.
The nurses may not choose their employer, but may opt to be placed in desired region depending on availability/vacancy.
Yes, nurses have to coordinate with their respective employers once they are already in Germany. The employers will help with the documents they needed for the visas of their family members (financial capacity, permanent residency permit, etc).
We have cases that the family visas was approved less than a year of processing.
5 years. Nurse must have the financial capability of renting an apartment under his or her own name and responsibility.
Yes, you are to have 30 vacation days free to travel.
As early as your first few weeks in A1 and as late as after your B2 exam, you already will have had your interview and have an employer.
It varies between 6 months and 1 year, depending on the employer, or if all your paper works have been successfully completed in time.
As soon as 2-4 months.
As per the POEA guidelines, they have at least a 2 year contract with their employer. It means they have to stay with their employer for 2 years but we can take into consideration the situation, problems and other factors that make them decide to transfer.
We have agents assigned in Germany whom you may contact to address these concerns.
Yes, all incoming Philippine nurses will start off as nursing assistant until they pass the official German Nursing Board Exam.
PLEASE NOTE: That the nurses’ German Nursing Board Exam fees will be shouldered by their employer. The exam can only be taken a maximum of two times. If the nurse fails the exam, they have 18 months allowance left to stay and work in Germany as a nurse assistant.
€1,900 to €2,400 before recognition.
€2,400 and above after recognition.
Salaries stated on contracts are monthly gross pay (actual offers from employers).
No deductions from Athena Nursing Care agency, but there are tax deductions, as well as accommodations and health insurance .
Tax deductions ranges from 30 -35% from gross salary.
Some employers offer 1-month free accommodation or more
Some employers will deduct accommodation from salary (affordable for the nurses)
Some employers provide monthly accommodation allowance.