Chances of getting a nursing job after bridging. What are the factors? - page 3

by Idealscholar | 53,183 Views | 189 Comments

Is there a high chance to get a nursing job in australia after the bridging? Anyone knows what region or place in australia still has a high demnd for nurses? Thanks.. I am scared to waste my hard earned money..... Read More


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    Hey there! I'm from the Philippines.
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    Quote from kebz
    Hey there! I'm from the Philippines.
    So do i.
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    hi gerly and kebz

    are you guys applying for ahpra?may i know how many years of exp you have?
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    Quote from okoy312
    hi gerly and kebz

    are you guys applying for ahpra?may i know how many years of exp you have?
    1yr and 9mos in ph both ms and nicu. Enrolled nurse 1 yr 8 mos nicu hospital . Rn since 2012 nicu ok women's and children's hosp and counting.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Nov 10, '12 : Reason: Tagalog removed
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    Just a warning, when applying as work experience, must be as an RN for AHPRA and working in that capacity. When applying for work in Australia, it does not hold much weight that you were working as an EN, they are only interested in experience in RN capacity.

    Immigration also will not consider work experience as EN if you are applying as RN, there is a difference.
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    Just a warning, when applying as work experience, must be as an RN for AHPRA and working in that capacity. When applying for work in Australia, it does not hold much weight that you were working as an EN, they are only interested in experience in RN capacity.

    Immigration also will not consider work experience as EN if you are applying as RN, there is a difference.
    Yeah i worked and still working as RN. I just wasted 1 yr 8 mos for that EN role. MAkes me think if the 2 years and more would be enough to think that i am on neonatal area.
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    hi ceridwyn, how would you assess the chances of a Filipino nurse with 1 year exp in ED or Theatre?thanks
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    Quote from okoy312
    hi gerly and kebz

    are you guys applying for ahpra?may i know how many years of exp you have?
    I'm planning to take the 1 year conversion program in Deakin. After that Deakin told me i am eligible for RN. Is this true? Also, what are the chances for no experienced new grads from Bachelor of Nursing?
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    Quote from kebz

    I'm planning to take the 1 year conversion program in Deakin. After that Deakin told me i am eligible for RN. Is this true? Also, what are the chances for no experienced new grads from Bachelor of Nursing?
    Y would you go for the conversion program if you are a degree holder?

    If u are a diploma holder then conversion is necessary and upon completion, certainly you'll be an RN.
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    Quote from kebz
    I'm planning to take the 1 year conversion program in Deakin. After that Deakin told me i am eligible for RN. Is this true? Also, what are the chances for no experienced new grads from Bachelor of Nursing?

    i heard it is tough to get a job with little exp although not impossible...


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