Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 106

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New thread discussing meeting APHRA requirements if trained in the Philippines. links Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency AHPRA Nursing Council of New ZealandNew Zealand Nursing Council Part 1 thread New grad... Read More


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    Hi fellow Filipino nurses!

    I just started working as staff nurse at the medical city. i just like to ask for your tips/advice if it would be better if i apply or register for a BP in australia as early as now? i'm also quite confused on how should i start my career plan working in Australia after gaining clinical experience here in the philippines..

    thanks much and God bless
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    Hi Guys, Just want to ask If only I got less than a year experience can I apply the BP? Thanks Guys
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    Quote from NurseAndrew
    Hi fellow Filipino nurses!

    I just started working as staff nurse at the medical city. i just like to ask for your tips/advice if it would be better if i apply or register for a BP in australia as early as now? i'm also quite confused on how should i start my career plan working in Australia after gaining clinical experience here in the philippines..

    thanks much and God bless
    Hi NurseAndrew that is also my dilemma. I wish someone here could help us enlighten with our questions.
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    Quote from gmker
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    When did you submit your application to ETEA? It is better to follow up your application by phone. call them and ask if they already received your application.. check their website for the contact number. where are you from>? what is your fb?
    I sent them an email last September 20 and I didn't get any reply. I'm from Philippines. I'm hoping I could join the January or February intake.
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    Quote from fayeee
    I tried the online test for IHNA. I passed however I did not submit my papers yet. Are there still slots for Feb intake?
    Hi
    U said u passed the test. Then u might have already got the offer letter which clearly states the date of intake. I suggest u contact the IHNA office, had you not received your offer.
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    good day everyone
    can anyone help me, where to find the accredited schools for bridging program?
    what would be the best schools?
    TIA.
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    Quote from Mylo_b
    How long do visas take before they are sent?
    3 to 5 weeks..
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    Quote from raprap
    good day everyone
    can anyone help me, where to find the accredited schools for bridging program?
    what would be the best schools?
    TIA.
    You may check NMBA's website.
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    Quote from fayeee

    I sent them an email last September 20 and I didn't get any reply. I'm from Philippines. I'm hoping I could join the January or February intake.
    You call them asap..
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    Quote from NurseAndrew
    Hi fellow Filipino nurses!

    I just started working as staff nurse at the medical city. i just like to ask for your tips/advice if it would be better if i apply or register for a BP in australia as early as now? i'm also quite confused on how should i start my career plan working in Australia after gaining clinical experience here in the philippines..

    thanks much and God bless
    I think you have to gain atleast a year or two years of hospital experience before applying for bp.


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