Bridging Program in Australia - page 144
Hi. I am new here. I don't know exactly where to go. I am a registered nurse here in the Philippines and I am interested in studying in Australia for a bridging course that will help me become a registered nurse there. I need... Read More
- 0Jun 25, '13 by aedis_aegyptiQuote from makalipongAre you also for August intake at AAON?so when we pass the scanned copy we need to call aaon to follow up the coe or they will send it directly? guys are u going to lodge ur visas online?
They sent my CoE after I followed it up everyday for almost a week.
- 0Jun 28, '13 by jzrpRNhi everyone. I'm new here at allnurses.com... been reading threads about the bridging program for Australia and i'm interested to try it... i also checked the website of the board of nursing and midwifery though its a bit confusing as to where in the website can i be directed to apply for it... Maybe someone here can help me on the step by step process of applying for it? seeking the help of an agency is not an option for me since it might cost too much... Thank you fellow RNs...
- 0Jun 29, '13 by AndreaRafaellaWith so many threads to read, it gets overwhelming. And what was good 2 years ago is different now--diffferent visa names/numbers, different ielts requirements, different processing times. The chances of getting a job after the BP is also different now: less likely to be successful or a lot less easy.
With that, i hope it wouldnt be so much for the board for us to discuss the process as it proceeds now. While we still need to get the AHPRA LOE before getting into a BP, one consultancy has told me their applicants took a year and a half before they got their LOE, while another consultancy said it takes 2-3 months.
@jazrpRN, try to search for AGOS40. There is also a thread here on it.
- 0Jun 29, '13 by pogzRNWould you recommend buying a printer while on placement? ETEA doesn't seem to provide printing services for students and if we're out on placements, I reckon it'd be much easier if you could have your own particularly if you're somewhere in the outback/remote areas.
What do you think???