Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 113
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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
- 0HI! I'm a bit confused about ARNTP. I have 3 years gap in my work experience but I got an offer from UniSA for the ARNTP. I wonder if my 3 year work gap will be accepted by AHPRA for registration. I'm afraid money, time and effort will only be wasted for ARNTP with no assurance that I am eligible for registration even I finish the program. Can somebody tell me what should I do. Will I go for ARNTP? Do you have any idea how ARNTP will lead me to registration to AHPRA? YOur reply will be highly appreciated. Thank you very much.
- 0Oct 4, '12 by DreamMeansWorkQuote from ceridwynYes i agreeYou will have to show AHPRA that you have had continued your professional development these past 3 years, but your other concern should be, what BP schools will accept such a long time out of nursing and how will employers see you?Unless you have had much experience in needed specialties such as theatre, ICU, and/or have post graduate degrees in these, employers especially hospitals will not look favourably on such a long break.
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- 0I actually have my recent work experience in a polyclinic in Middle East but unfortunately I was not able to finish my contract. I worked for 1 year and 8 months,and it ended on December 2011. I don't know how will I prove AHPRA that I worked there,
without certificate of employment since i did not finish the contract. Another thing is, will they accept work experience in a polyclinic?
- 0Oct 4, '12 by danceinstructorQuote from baros08As far as I know, ARNTP works the other way around compared to having a Bridging program. In BP, you will be assessed with AHPRA first. If you have an offer from UniSA then I assume that your experience passed the university's standard. Just try to clarify with your school that you won't be having problems with AHPRA upon registration after finishing your 5-6 month course.So, do you think I should not pursue with ARNTP? Thank you.
- 0Oct 4, '12 by Eyem8791@danceinstructor....
Hi im currently filling out UniSa application online , having bit of a problem with the sencondary school field asking for when to sit he completion exam, i have long completed secodary school, what to do, pretty please. Thanks so much...Last edit by Eyem8791 on Oct 4, '12
- 0Oct 4, '12 by miss.SHello everyone, I just passed the NLE last July 2012, and I'm planning to have my IELTS exam on November.. I obviously don't have any hospital experience yet but I wanted to pursue further education in Australia.. Are they still accepting students without any experience? How long will I need to study there? Would it be 2 years? Hoping for a reply thank you..
- 0Oct 5, '12 by rjoi25Quote from vitug.anniei see.. lucky you! thanks for the reply! do you have your visa already? i believe you will join the january 2013 intake. hope we could be classmates. anyway, may I know the name of your agency, if you dont mind?I submitted my application to etea last week of june, i guess, i forgot the exact date. Had my interview last july 10, letter of offer was dated july 11 and yet i received it july 16.. Since it was sent to my agent first and only forwarded to me. I paid the tuition afterwards.
- 0Oct 5, '12 by rjoi25Quote from fayeeemaybe Ill just wait for them to release offer letters since i dont have a choice. they cant give it to me not until ANMAC will approve they're accreditation. Hope it will be real soon cos Im tired of waiting already. anyway, did you call them? how was your application to ETEA?I've sent them several emails asking for update but they are not replying. I will call them tom.
You paid the tuition fee but you still dont have the letter of offer yet? Give them a ring.
- 0Oct 5, '12 by DreamMeansWorkQuote from miss.SIt must be 3 years bachelor of nursing. However, to most universities, they have credit prior learning system which you can apply for to get a year or two less depending on the credit points you will get.. And then to most, tuition fees for international students vary from 25K to 29K AUD annually..Hello everyone, I just passed the NLE last July 2012, and I'm planning to have my IELTS exam on November.. I obviously don't have any hospital experience yet but I wanted to pursue further education in Australia.. Are they still accepting students without any experience? How long will I need to study there? Would it be 2 years? Hoping for a reply thank you..
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