Immigration requirements for Australia and New Zealand - page 29

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  1. Visit  Fredricka3 profile page
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    Only just in time....hope they have got and okay reputation with the hospitals, there is something wrong, or has happened.!!

    Hope those going with ACFE, still nothing there, since september.
  2. Visit  belle_v2g profile page
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    Quote from Fredricka3
    Only just in time....hope they have got and okay reputation with the hospitals, there is something wrong, or has happened.!!

    Hope those going with ACFE, still nothing there, since september.
    I think so, because iv heard some students from etea easily got their jobs. It still depends on the applicant.. The hospital will still rely on your hospital experiences.

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  3. Visit  Fredricka3 profile page
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    I do not think anyone is getting jobs easy now, especially those with only 12 months experience and a break of more than 1 year .There is a strong push I heard for locals and the govt has cut down on sponsorship visa's. Only those that have much experience and recent in a specialty are employers are supposed to be given rights to apply for giving sponsorship boss's. This came from a family friend who is married to immi officer.
    Last edit by Fredricka3 on Dec 2, '12
  4. Visit  vanessa2685 profile page
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    Hi everyone,

    for the tourist visa, does one need to undergo medicals as well?

    thanks!
  5. Visit  belle_v2g profile page
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    Quote from Fredricka3
    I do not think anyone is getting jobs easy now, especially those with only 12 months experience and a break of more than 1 year .There is a strong push I heard for locals and the govt has cut down on sponsorship visa's. Only those that have much experience and recent in a specialty are employers are supposed to be given rights to apply for giving sponsorship boss's. This came from a family friend who is married to immi officer.
    I see.. So lucky i have 5 years of experience..

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  6. Visit  ceridwyn profile page
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    I see.. So lucky i have 5 years of experience.. Sent from my iPad using allnurses.com
    Yes you are! Hope it's recent and not general experience.
  7. Visit  belle_v2g profile page
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    Yes you are! Hope it's recent and not general experience.
    Yes, I'm still working in the hospital right now, assigned in the post anesthesia care unit in the operating room complex.. Im the senior nurse next to my head nurse and I'm glad about the news that Australia is specific about work experiences.. I just hope i wont have hard time looking for jobs there.. My last day will be this dec.23 and my flight to OZ will be Jan.5.. Haha!

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  8. Visit  ennurse profile page
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    I will be in melbourne for january intake. Boxhill institute enrolled nursing student. Am looking for a place to stay or rent. Any ideas where to look. Thank u
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Dec 5, '12 : Reason: TOS
  9. Visit  mzaur profile page
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    hi everyone,
    I hope this is the right place to ask. I currently have no nursing experience but am planning on applying to direct entry MSN programs that give you an RN during first year. I have a strong background in psychology and am very interested in going the psychiatric NP route. I am interested in possibly immigrating to Aus/NZ -- does anyone know how many years of work experience after the MSN I should get before trying to getting licensed in those countries?
  10. Visit  ceridwyn profile page
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    You will not be considered an NP in Australia unless you have worked as an RN first for at least 3 years full time.
    You then need to do a master in NP - as you will need to know the prescribing statutes - meds are different names here also, and you will need to know the rules and regs of Australian nursing, which is different to those in the US - different ideas on health system.
    As an advanced nurse practitioner you will be expected to know all this back to front and therefore different system, its still free here at the moment.
    Australia does not have '"graduate"" nurse practitioner positions.

    Our NP's, after study are already working at the advanced level with much experience as they are NP candidates first for a year or so, this is after having 3 years of full time experience as an RN.
    I would be careful if you expect to the considered an RN in Australia after one year study. Our Master graduate degrees are 2 years to be RN.
    Last edit by ceridwyn on Dec 9, '12
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  11. Visit  jems profile page
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    guys, when's the best time to apply for 456 visa?? is enrolment fee not yet enough? must the full tuition fee be paid first before applying?
  12. Visit  belle_v2g profile page
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    Quote from jems
    guys, when's the best time to apply for 456 visa?? is enrolment fee not yet enough? must the full tuition fee be paid first before applying?
    Atleast 2 or 3 months before you depart.. To give allowance to possible delays..

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    Quote from annie_v2g

    Atleast 2 or 3 months before you depart.. To give allowance to possible delays..

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    hi annie, i have sent you pm

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