The opportunities for nurses from Indonesia to build a career in the Netherlands are wide open

The opportunities for nurses from Indonesia to build a career in the Netherlands are wide open
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Nurses from Indonesia now have a greater chance of a career in Europe. This was made possible after the Binawan Group, an HR (human resource development) company from Indonesia, partnered with a company from the Netherlands, Susie Care.

This collaboration is fully supported by the Ministry of Manpower. Minister of Manpower Ida Fauziyah, represented by the Acting Director General of Binapenta, appreciated the mutually beneficial synergy.

“Currently, Binawan has been working with Susie Care to prepare and place Indonesian nurses to work in healthcare and Dutch government-owned facilities. As a representative of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, I certainly appreciate this step,” he said . in a written statement, Monday (24/6).

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This collaboration allows Indonesian nurses to obtain work visas but are required to complete equivalency studies to reach a higher level. After completing their studies, nurses can immediately start working full-time in healthcare institutions in the Netherlands with a promising salary.

CEO of Binawan Group, Said Saleh Alwaini, expressed his gratitude for the support from the Indonesian government. Binawan hopes that the cooperation will go smoothly.

The first training course is currently underway for Indonesian nurses who are placed in the Netherlands. The training was carried out in collaboration with the Erasmus House, a Dutch cultural training center in Jakarta. Nurses are provided with language and cultural knowledge.

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Meanwhile, Susie Care co-founder Berend Jan Udink is also confident that this synergy can overcome the shortage of professional staff in the healthcare sector that the Netherlands is currently facing.

“I am confident that with the expertise that Susie Care has and also the expertise that Binawan has in international job placement, this existing challenge can be overcome,” he said.

During its 47 years of existence, Binawan has spread 130,000 workers of various professions to different countries. (Z-11)

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