norway agency FINO

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    has anyone heard of FINO? located at bcda taguig? is it legit?
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    Quote from axel
    has anyone heard of fino? located at bcda taguig? is it legit?
    i'm from norway in skandinavia. what do you mean it's located in bcda taguing??

    fino is a engineer-agency as far as i found out. if you want me to find out more (like if it's serious/legit) just give me a wink :d
    Last edit by BSN Happyface on Mar 7, '11 : Reason: more info
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    Quote from nurse lene, norway
    i'm from norway in skandinavia. what do you mean it's located in bcda taguing??

    fino is a engineer-agency as far as i found out. if you want me to find out more (like if it's serious/legit) just give me a wink :d
    im not sure how to make a wink yet lol sorry, new....anyway yes please do find out, i did research and it's suppose to be an agency linked with "panay" (some kind of a group).... my contact in there claims she sent people from bacolod, isabela, etc to norway after teaching them the language, the language lessons cost 50-60k for 6 months of language lessons... she'll process your autorisation/licensure for you, while her husband in norway helps you find an employer..

    p.s...i asked if i can be qualified even though i lacked hospital experience since i worked on a different field and she said yes (do norway employers accept that?)

    thanks!!!
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    Quote from axel
    im not sure how to make a wink yet lol sorry, new....anyway yes please do find out, i did research and it's suppose to be an agency linked with "panay" (some kind of a group).... my contact in there claims she sent people from bacolod, isabela, etc to norway after teaching them the language, the language lessons cost 50-60k for 6 months of language lessons... she'll process your autorisation/licensure for you, while her husband in norway helps you find an employer..

    p.s...i asked if i can be qualified even though i lacked hospital experience since i worked on a different field and she said yes (do norway employers accept that?)

    thanks!!!
    hm.... this sounds a bit suspicious i must admit... be careful! the only engineer-agency with name fino i could find in norway, has nothing to do with nursing... they sell electronics and things to the household!!!! check out the website: www.finotrading.no i couldn't find any other companies who claims they give jobs to nurses in norway. where did you find the information about fino?

    are you a rn-bsn? where are you from?
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    It's nurses in the Phillipines asking these questions. Usually there is an "agency" in the Phillipines promising work in exchange for cash payments to expedite their move to whatever country the agency thinks will hire nurses who often have no experience.

    Canada was the destination of choice for a few years because the US has curtailed migration there. Then it was Australia. Looks like Norway is now the destination of choice.
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    Quote from axel
    im not sure how to make a wink yet lol sorry, new....anyway yes please do find out, i did research and it's suppose to be an agency linked with "panay" (some kind of a group).... my contact in there claims she sent people from bacolod, isabela, etc to norway after teaching them the language, the language lessons cost 50-60k for 6 months of language lessons... she'll process your autorisation/licensure for you, while her husband in norway helps you find an employer..

    P.s...I asked if i can be qualified even though i lacked hospital experience since i worked on a different field and she said yes (do norway employers accept that?)

    thanks!!!
    check www.safh.no for Licensing
    check www.udi.no for immigration
    and find a relative or a friend in Norway that could accommodate you once the SAFH finds you eligible to be an RN (which is most likely difficult because you need to do a bridging program)
    most importantly.... Norwegian Language is a MUST.
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    Quote from r.u.serius
    check www.safh.no for Licensing
    check www.udi.no for immigration
    and find a relative or a friend in Norway that could accommodate you once the SAFH finds you eligible to be an RN (which is most likely difficult because you need to do a bridging program)
    most importantly.... Norwegian Language is a MUST.
    hello r.u. serius.. Gooday!
    Im new here, an RN from bacolod. I need your help regarding auxillary nurse in norway. I received by authorization this week. I enrolled in norwegian language but all i know is just basic. I am not fluent or could read and understand the words. It is true that studying in norway is free?... My teacher was not here, she went to norway in stravager area. I don't have any communication. She went there for a work, i really don't know what will i do or the next step I will make. Hope you can help me.. Thanks in advance
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    Quote from wyndz
    hello r.u. serius.. Gooday!
    Im new here, an RN from bacolod. I need your help regarding auxillary nurse in norway. I received by authorization this week. I enrolled in norwegian language but all i know is just basic. I am not fluent or could read and understand the words. It is true that studying in norway is free?... My teacher was not here, she went to norway in stravager area. I don't have any communication. She went there for a work, i really don't know what will i do or the next step I will make. Hope you can help me.. Thanks in advance
    Hi there Wyndz! Congratulations on your Auxillary Nurse License! I am from Stavanger too maybe I know your teacher I am not sure what the basic means. But if you can communicate with a local like you do everyday on english to an english speaking person, you will be fine Also the thing about you have to watch out is that, if you are going to those areas in Norway that still speaks Nynorsk, you will have some difficulties communicating. And most of the Axillary Nurses works at gamle hjem. The old people speaks more nynorsk than bokmaal. Oslo area speaks bokmaal. But dont worry, (as I have experienced) Norwegian are very helpful with regards to teaching you their language. You will learn alot in Norway. Norsk klass are free for immigrants. I dont know how much they pay if their non immigrants. Do you have a friend or family who is in Norway?
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    Quote from r.u.serius
    Hi there Wyndz! Congratulations on your Auxillary Nurse License! I am from Stavanger too maybe I know your teacher I am not sure what the basic means. But if you can communicate with a local like you do everyday on english to an english speaking person, you will be fine Also the thing about you have to watch out is that, if you are going to those areas in Norway that still speaks Nynorsk, you will have some difficulties communicating. And most of the Axillary Nurses works at gamle hjem. The old people speaks more nynorsk than bokmaal. Oslo area speaks bokmaal. But dont worry, (as I have experienced) Norwegian are very helpful with regards to teaching you their language. You will learn alot in Norway. Norsk klass are free for immigrants. I dont know how much they pay if their non immigrants. Do you have a friend or family who is in Norway?
    thanks r.u serius, it's a great help for me. I have a friend who lives in moss norway. She work in ryggeheimen sykehjem. She's my classmate but i was not able to told her yet. Because she always told one of my friend that is not easy to apply or process things in norway...it's a negative comments from here.... As i read my letter, i found out that may autorisasjon is hersefagarbeider.. what does it mean?. if I go there, is there possibility that i can get a job/ work with my autorisasjon as hersefagarbeider? what visa should i apply?... norwegian only speak norsk or they can understand english as well?... hope you can enlighten me...it's nice to met you here..
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    Quote from wyndz
    thanks r.u serius, it's a great help for me. I have a friend who lives in moss norway. She work in ryggeheimen sykehjem. She's my classmate but i was not able to told her yet. Because she always told one of my friend that is not easy to apply or process things in norway...it's a negative comments from here.... As i read my letter, i found out that may autorisasjon is hersefagarbeider.. what does it mean?. if I go there, is there possibility that i can get a job/ work with my autorisasjon as hersefagarbeider? what visa should i apply?... norwegian only speak norsk or they can understand english as well?... hope you can enlighten me...it's nice to met you here..
    Helsefagarbeider... I think that is also known as the Omsorgsabeider. They are equal to Nursing Aids in other countries. Did you apply specifically for this license or Hjelpepleier license???? I am confused because you said axulliary nurse


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