Graduate RN--How do I work abroad? Any info needed! - page 3
Hello all, So a friend recently traveled to Bermuda, and was told that RN's are in demand over there... You can get a 3 year working contract, plus they pay for your apt right next to the hospital, etc. I understand that many... Read More
- 0Mar 26, '12 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminQuote from rrooMoved to the International forumHello Lammy01.. quick question.. Did you take your NCLEX before going to Australia and then start working as a graduate nurse? or how did that work? thanks!
If I remember rightly a license where you trained is required. The process isn't quick so better to gain some experience whilst going though the process with APHRA and immigration
- 0May 13, '12 by BilquisHello Frnds
Im new to this Site..just Registerd
I Will be Graduate in Nursing from India n Willing to Join IRON programe in Aus N Wrk..i also hv Ielts wd 7 in Spkng n Writing n remaing 2 wd 6.5 but i exactly dnt knw whome to Approach..sum Consultancies here r Fake for the Sake of Tkng Money ..so if any of u can provide me with Detail PRoces to go Aus n Join Iron or Any bridgng Programe for Getting License of Aus board as to Practise Nursing der
- 0May 13, '12 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminQuote from bilquiscould you please re write this so it is easier to read? remember when going overseas and english is not first language you have to sit a english exam and using websites like this is a good time to practice writing in english. also remember when writing in patient notes text talk is not allowed and only acceptable hospital abbreviations will be accepted.hello frnds
im new to this site..just registerd
i will be graduate in nursing from india n willing to join iron programe in aus n wrk..i also hv ielts wd 7 in spkng n writing n remaing 2 wd 6.5 but i exactly dnt knw whome to approach..sum consultancies here r fake for the sake of tkng money ..so if any of u can provide me with detail proces to go aus n join iron or any bridgng programe for getting license of aus board as to practise nursing der
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