NHS Employers organisation publishes guidance for employers on ensuring staff are competent with English language

March 2012
Operating Theatre Journal;Mar2012, Issue 258, p18
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the Language competency: good practice guidance for employers which was published by the British National Health Service (NHS) Employers organization to help ensure that staffs are competent with the English language.


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