CWC would like to continue working with healthcare facilities that share our vision of recruiting foreign nurses: Every professional is given an opportunity and is prepared and placed with quality, transparency and safety.
Candidates are carefully selected and matched with suitable employers
We offer highly effective language and technical language training and ensure transparent presentation of learning progress.
Our integration training starts at the application stage and runs for up to 2 years after arrival, depending on the needs of the clinics and care facilities.
We take care of everything: from recruitment, to dealing with the authorities, to integration measures.
We offer you and the candidates continuous support throughout the entire recruitment and entry process to Germany.
We do not charge program fees to candidates, but invest in them in advance. All our partners are carefully screened for ethics and quality.
The candidates are screened and tested on their skills, personality, language skills and resilience.
Passed Qualification Recognition measure
Exam passing rate on first attempt
Successful completion of probationary period
Continue working in Germany
We recommend recruiting at least five to ten candidates at a time, as it is helpful for candidates to be placed in a small community of like-minded individuals. Our experience ranges up to projects with more than 50 candidates at the same time with one employer.
Interviews can be conducted in person if the employer chooses to travel to the sourcing region, or via video conference. CWC helps coordinate these interviews and ensures candidates are well prepared. CWC also provides technical support to ensure the interviews run smoothly.
The expected time frame for CWC to arrive in Germany is approximately ten to thirteen months. During this time period, CWC will complete all necessary processes for qualification recognition, labor market approval, work permit, and visa submission. At the same time, the candidate will use this time to take the required B1 or B2 exam in the home country. The candidate should have enough time to take the exam at least twice, which increases the likelihood of meeting these proposed deadlines.