Golden Summit in Cebu - page 4

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   optimistic,RN
    Yeah,..I've attended Golden Summit orientation last 2 weeks.. the information that we needed on how to work in NZ was very enticing..but I became disheartened when they told us to that we sould have at least 1 year or more of working experience....well guess that we have to do some volunteer service before lodging our application to their consulatancy...
  2. by   khirbz
    Yes the one year experience is really a requirement. But you can do all of the processing by yourself. You can search the internet for websites, blogs, or forums that can help you with the processing and you can really save lot of money.
  3. by   g3stalt
    Quote from cathybedrio
    Yeah,..I've attended Golden Summit orientation last 2 weeks.. the information that we needed on how to work in NZ was very enticing..but I became disheartened when they told us to that we sould have at least 1 year or more of working experience....well guess that we have to do some volunteer service before lodging our application to their consulatancy...
    I also attended their orientation last june 20 here in iloilo.. they said they only need 3months experience...
  4. by   optimistic,RN
    But that's only a minimum of 3 months working experience and still continuing..Hope that helps..
  5. by   jakey
    hi...I am wondering if NZ accepts second coursers and the 1 work experience required is purely hospital experience? also, does Golden Summit sign you up for 3 years ?
  6. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from jakey
    hi...I am wondering if NZ accepts second coursers and the 1 work experience required is purely hospital experience? also, does Golden Summit sign you up for 3 years ?
    Each application is based on individual basis and we have seen several denied and then appealed and received registration. Suggest you check out the International forum
  7. by   zzzhh_00
    helow guys!!
    i am struck with gs agency. yes, indeed a reliable agency. but would suck up every cent out of your parents pocket.
    Here's what i am gonna tell you guys........................ if you do process your papers on your own......you save atleast 90,000 pesos or more....
    and here is the secret that is surely not a secret...... you guys go to this website: nurse2nz.blogspot.co.nz for the step by step processing for your papers...tells you what to do.
    and here is the most nursing council website here in NZ...... noursingcouncil.co.nz....go to the overseas registration....and you can download the form............guys just work your guts out...tell you...you don't need an agency. new zealand people are nice and friendly and appreciate the individuality who will work their selves out. tell you...even the zembabwe ones....find no hard doing her paper works on her own.
    this has been the fruit of my hard work.....took me 2 bloody years...just to pay off what the agency has cost me in getting here.

    be smart enough! you guys can do ur papers on your own!! =)
    cheers!
  8. by   s0_human
    does anyone here knows or tried about e-square consultancy services? they are hiring federal skilled workers including nurses for permanent visa for canada...i just want to know some feedbacks/ information regarding this consultancy firm..if what they're telling is true..need your help guys, pls........tnx

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