Golden Summit in Cebu - page 2

hello everyone! I am from BAcolod and will be graduating soon as second courser come March of next year, God willing! I am now finding out possibilities of being a nurse in NZ or Australia. i... Read More

  1. by   loloy
    Hallo,
    can someone can tell me in detail what they charge and what they charge for? And most important what they charge after you start working in NZ.
    I know that in NZ we need to do "bridging" program before commencing work as a Nurse in NZ. Who pay for that? Also do they charge procentige of the wages in NZ for duration of the contract. What I am interested in is detailed breakdown of the charges and other costs.
    Many thanks
  2. by   alcheska
    Quote from loloy
    Hallo,
    can someone can tell me in detail what they charge and what they charge for? And most important what they charge after you start working in NZ.
    I know that in NZ we need to do "bridging" program before commencing work as a Nurse in NZ. Who pay for that? Also do they charge procentige of the wages in NZ for duration of the contract. What I am interested in is detailed breakdown of the charges and other costs.
    Many thanks
    Hi Guys, sorry for the very late reply. Its been a year since my last posting. Finally we are here in New Zealand My hubby just started his work. How are you guys? Most of you here in NZ na?
  3. by   richmond007
    Quote from alcheska
    Hi Guys, sorry for the very late reply. Its been a year since my last posting. Finally we are here in New Zealand My hubby just started his work. How are you guys? Most of you here in NZ na?
    hey,

    how much money will i spend before leaving for new zealand?

    is golden summit a credible agency?

    where do they deploy nurses, nursing home or hospital?

    im planning to apply

    thanks
  4. by   richmond007
    Hey,

    How long would be the processing before leaving for new zealand?

    thanks
  5. by   yoo jin
    Hi! Im from Luzon, and I inquired from Golden Summit branch in Imus, Cavite. Actually the staff is very friendly, and entertain every question you have in mind. My colleagues went to NZ through their help, and lately Im thinking to go this way too.
  6. by   retsimnaeb
    Quote from richmond007
    Hey,

    How long would be the processing before leaving for new zealand?

    thanks
    visit www.nurse2nz.blogspot.com and join www.nurse2nz.forumotion.com ...Its a forum for nz bound pinoy nurses who did the application on their own... I would suggest to do it on your own. Good luck.
  7. by   juliena
    Dear Jassel & Jen,

    Would appreciate if I could PM you both. Have heaps of q's regarding NZ. Thanks!
  8. by   loloy
    Quote from yoo jin
    Hi! Im from Luzon, and I inquired from Golden Summit branch in Imus, Cavite. Actually the staff is very friendly, and entertain every question you have in mind. My colleagues went to NZ through their help, and lately Im thinking to go this way too. <IMG class=inlineimg title=Up alt="" src="http://allnurses.com/forums/images/icons/icon14.gif" border=0 smilieid="255">
    I am still trying to find out exactly what they charge up fron and what i get for that?
    who pays for travel to NZ, bridging program, exam, accomodation in NZ etc.
    anybody have a breakdown of the costs, it would be helpfull as I have to borrow most of the money?
    Many thanks Loloy
  9. by   ltz16
    Hi there! this is litz from qc. I've been wanting to know details regarding this consultancy firm. Do they have any other office here in Mla? Or its only in cavite and cebu wherein you could find their office?
    A friend of mine is already in NZ, but she's too busy to answer all my queries about this matter. Hope you could help me out with this. Thanks




    Quote from loloy
    I am still trying to find out exactly what they charge up fron and what i get for that?
    who pays for travel to NZ, bridging program, exam, accomodation in NZ etc.
    anybody have a breakdown of the costs, it would be helpfull as I have to borrow most of the money?
    Many thanks Loloy
  10. by   lilac88
    Hi Alcheska,

    Did Golden Summit provide your huuby with an employer?
    Hoping for your reply. Thanks
  11. by   khirbz
    I think Golden Summit does not provide an employer. It's your job to find an employer. But they can provide assistance in making you highly marketable in the eyes of the employer.
  12. by   uh_huh?
    second coursers..

    confirm first with nz council about their requirements..before spending your hard earned money on the application..

    they have denied so many of us who applied to be regisered nurses in new zealand... they prefer people with 4 years pure nursing course...

    just so you know...

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  13. by   yoo jin
    Just curious...

    What about shifters? They don't have a solid four years nursing education. My cousin for instance, he had two years of chemical engineering, then two and a half of nursing. Is there a bearing to that certain kind of credential?

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