Newly Registered Nurse (Philippines) : How to register in Board of Nurses in Victoria - page 8

I just have my license as a Registered Nurse in Philippines and i want to be registered as an RN in Melbourne. What are the steps that i should do? Thanks... Read More

  1. Visit  crazysweetbaby profile page
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    Quote from ryan09
    hi, each state in australia requires you to have a 7 band score in both the writing and speaking components of the IELTS...would you mind if i ask your reading, speaking and listening band scores? if these components have band scores above the needed score maybe you can contact the nursing board of your chosen state if they can consider your ielts result. i have heard that a certain overseas nurse got a 6.5 in writing but was able to have a satisfactory result in other components, and her writing result was considered. or the least you could do is to contact the NBV and just try your luck if they can consider your writing result.
    about the international student, you may want to contact any university in australia, try to contact Deakin Uni in victoria, i have rang them more than a year ago and they offer a course for international students who already have qualifications overseas. the program will run for 1 year. however, each school have different requirements.
    about the bridging program, each state in australia will require you to do the bridging program in order for your qualification to be recognised. well, except if you already have an enormous nursing experience.
    my suggestion, is for you to do the bridging program, try to convince the nursing board fo your chosen state to consider your writing test result, if they will not consider it, then have it as a challenge just take the ielts again. you will just have to work hard to get a passing writing result, you just need 0.5 this time in your writing, easy. and im sure you can do it.
    and ryan, is the bridging course the same with ACCREDITED COURSES LEADING TO REGISTRATION IN DIVISION 1 OF THE REGISTER (the one with lists of Universities)?
  2. Visit  gast1986 profile page
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    hi ryan
    im also planning to work in victoria. i already completed the requirements of nbv and i sent my application to my aunt living there for her to pass to nbv. however, my aunt told me that i should be assessed first by ANMC so that NBV can accept my application. is this true?
    do i really need to be assessed by ANMC before passing my application to nbv? Do i need to have a visa before i pass my application to nbv? what comes first visa, nbv or anmc? hehe im confused

    thanks!
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    Quote from crazysweetbaby
    and ryan, is the bridging course the same with ACCREDITED COURSES LEADING TO REGISTRATION IN DIVISION 1 OF THE REGISTER (the one with lists of Universities)?
    hi, didnt get what you have said...but i will try to understand, where did ya know this? from the NBV website?
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    Quote from gast1986
    hi ryan
    im also planning to work in victoria. i already completed the requirements of nbv and i sent my application to my aunt living there for her to pass to nbv. however, my aunt told me that i should be assessed first by ANMC so that NBV can accept my application. is this true?
    do i really need to be assessed by ANMC before passing my application to nbv? Do i need to have a visa before i pass my application to nbv? what comes first visa, nbv or anmc? hehe im confused

    thanks!
    hi NBV and ANMC are two different bodies, however both of them do deal with the nursing profession. ANMC is for skilled overseas nurses wanting to work and live in australia.NBV is the professional board of nusing in victoria, they can assess your documents directly. and you can apply directly to the NBV without having your papers assessed by the ANMC. and NBV first before Visa...

    i think ANMC is for nurses who want to migrate and work in australia upon directly entry to ozz...even if you will just apply to NBV and if so happened that youre already granted a registration in victoria and you are now eligible to work i think you can still apply for a permanent residency when you have stayed in australia for two years...
    Last edit by ryan09 on May 3, '09
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  5. Visit  ryan09 profile page
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    Quote from crazysweetbaby
    hi ryan. well i got 7.0 both in speaking and reading and 8.5 in listening. i got an overall bandscore of 7.5. do u think they will consider my scores?
    hi send a copy of your ielts result to the board of nursing of your chosen state. also attached a letter stating that you are asking for their kind consideration of considering your ielts result. just try your luck, and if they will accept it then great but if not then just take ielts again, at least youve tried asking them, theres no harm in doing that.
  6. Visit  gast1986 profile page
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    Quote from ryan09
    hi NBV and ANMC are two different bodies, however both of them do deal with the nursing profession. ANMC is for skilled overseas nurses wanting to work and live in australia.NBV is the professional board of nusing in victoria, they can assess your documents directly. and you can apply directly to the NBV without having your papers assessed by the ANMC. and NBV first before Visa...

    i think ANMC is for nurses who want to migrate and work in australia upon directly entry to ozz...even if you will just apply to NBV and if so happened that youre already granted a registration in victoria and you are now eligible to work i think you can still apply for a permanent residency when you have stayed in australia for two years...
    thanks ryan
    this is a great help

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