Malaysian nurses looking forward to work in Australia

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    Good day all,I'm new in this site ,but following this site since long time,I was told by my colleague if i work in Singapore i don't need to undergo bridging program.My question........
    How many years i should work in Singapore in order to avoid BP?
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    Quote from JuneDD
    Good day all,I'm new in this site ,but following this site since long time,I was told by my colleague if i work in Singapore i don't need to undergo bridging program.My question........ How many years i should work in Singapore in order to avoid BP?
    Hi june,

    Really singapore voids your bp requirements in oz? Can you post the link? Tnx
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    • As far as I am aware the only countries that are exempt for BP course are those below and it was that you must have worked at least 3 months in these countries and of course some countries in the EU after a good argument with AHPRA.
    • Also your education is still to be assessed as acceptable by AHPRA and as far as last year was concerned, nursing education iin Malaysia is still not accepted by AHPRA.
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • New Zealand
    • Republic of Ireland
    • South Africa
    • the United Kingdom, and
    • the United States of America.
    • Links from Filipino nurses that have worked in Singapore for many years and still were required to take the BP:
    • allnurses.com/nurse-registration/filipino-nurse-who-810529.html allnurses.com/nurse.../bridging-program-australia-556691-page8.html
    Last edit by ceridwyn on Jan 9
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    I am not sure about the link,friend of friend are doing that,she had her registration for AHPRA last march,she was in singapore 3 years,eas told Malaysian dont need BP.Still have no clue
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    Thats what i read also about aphra. Anyway theres no shortcuts to success hehe
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    I agree,go through everything for hig reward,no pain no gain


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