Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 110
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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
- 0Oct 2, '12 by YA_luver_nurseQuote from Mylo_bHi Mylo_b! I'm also planning on having my BP at mercy health on next year's first batch, with the interview happening on November. Could you please give me tips and advice on how the interview went and the questions that were asked? Thanks a lot!Hi, i would just like to ask your opinion on homestay.. I'd be starting my bp in mercy health on oct 29 and my friends are quite far from heidelberg... Is it better to get into the homestay program or just look for a shared place?
- 1Oct 2, '12 by Mylo_bQuote from YA_luver_nursehi! based on my interview, it was mostly about me, my qualities, etc.. then a situational one.. it could be any situation within a clinical setting. the interviewer also called on time, so make sure that you are available on the scheduled interview.. goodluck!Hi Mylo_b! I'm also planning on having my BP at mercy health on next year's first batch, with the interview happening on November. Could you please give me tips and advice on how the interview went and the questions that were asked? Thanks a lot!
- 0Quote from marklouiemarcoIf your school is under CRICOS then your visa will be a student visa which gives you a work privilege of 20hrs a week, if not then you can apply for 456 short stay visa. Sometimes, 456 visa gives you multiple entry but you are only allowed to stay in Oz for 3months per entry then you have to exit somewhere else and enter Oz again. I also have read somewhere here that a student was given a single entry for a 456 visa also.So whats the diff bet your visa and 456?
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- 0Quote from Cris88Wow! Good for you. 1 week after lodgement or after Medicals? Congratulations mate... I also received an eMail from the Admission officer of LTU regarding the AU$600 tuition fee increase. I still have not paid it yet, have you?I just finished my immunizations today. I already received my visa as well. It only took a week before my visa was approved. Also, La Trobe emailed me that there is an increase in their TF. Now its 10,500. Anyhow, can you inform me or share some info on any lodgings if you know any? Im a little bit uneasy on that. thanks!
I'll try to ask a friend if she can refer you to a cheap accommodation near the school.
keep in touch... Good luck and God Bless!
- 1Quote from bsmr07You can check the website of LTU should you have queries regarding their next intake. As far as I can remember, these are the requirements that I submitted when I applied for LTU:Hi!
how are u? are u done with the BP?
I just need help on how to apply at La Trobe. I'm looking to do the BP on the earliest available intake next year (2013). I emailed them a couple of times already asking for details on the application process, but haven't received a reply yet. I'm also a bit unsure which are the right forms to dl and fill up.
Firstly, Did u send you're application by email or by post?
If it's easier/convenient for u, u can pop me an email. Here's my email address: [email protected]
I actually have a few other questions. Really, really hoping u can share youre experience on how u applied at La Trobe.
Thanks a lot!
1. Filled School Application Form,
2. Diploma / Completion Certificate,
3. Transcript of Records,& RLE (for BSN graduates),
4. PRC Certification, Board Rating & photocopy of PRC ID (only for RN),
5. Valid IELTS TRF (Academic Module),
6. Resume / Biodata,
7. Employment Certificate (Clinical Hospital Certification for Nursing applicant only), and
8. Copy of Passport page with picture from a valid passport.
- 1Quote from stormbeigeBefore scouting for a school you have to be assessed with AHPRA first. Assessment time varies per state, some got their LOE in a month time, some waited for 4-8 months and there were some who even waited for a year. There were other nurses who were lucky enough that need not to undergo a bridging course because of their qualifications and experiences abroad. For more information, please browse AHPRA's website. Good luck!hello everybody!
i am considering taking a bridging program so I can work as a nurse in Australia... I am quite interested to know information about La Trobe University.. is anybody here who is on the same boat as me...please share info on how to get started as I am still confused here..still need a lot of reading to do... thanks...