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Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 113

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... Read More

  1. Visit  fayeee profile page
    Quote from blaisey
    Hi bootylicious.. I am for december intake too in aaon.. There's 5 of us pinoys now and I have contacted the others as well..It's advisable to apply for a 456 visa since it's good for 1 year and offers multiple entry we have a lot of time to look for work..what's your email add by the way? i can send you the details in it..thanks..
    Hi I am for December intake too in AAON. I haven't started with the visa application yet. I was wondering if you can also send me the details for 456 visa as well? Here's my email: fayeluyun@yahoo.com Thanks.
    Last edit by fayeee on Nov 3, '12 : Reason: add info
  2. Visit  cheerup profile page
    Quote from jems
    dmc-mhc..
    what area there?
  3. Visit  jems profile page
    Quote from cheerup

    what area there?
    ccu, y??
  4. Visit  cheerup profile page
    Quote from jems
    ccu, y??
    small world. still connected there? if yes, does cambodia ring a bell? pm me if you can pls, i cant pm you
  5. Visit  jems profile page
    Quote from cheerup

    small world. still connected there? if yes, does cambodia ring a bell? pm me if you can pls, i cant pm you
    not anymore. i was employed in heart centre sg aftr i resigned from dmc last 2008.. if u can read in the previous thread of ths convrsation..
  6. Visit  blaisey profile page
    Quote from yourprincess
    When did you apply for AAoN? did it take so long to be accepted?
    hi yourprincess..I applied September and I was interviewed mid-october..I knew I was accepted last week..It's pretty fast..
  7. Visit  vitamin_n profile page
    Hi, I'm new here. I've taken my IELTS last April in the interest of applying for a nursing job in Australia. I've also been working as a full time nurse for over 2 years. I have several questions regarding bridging programs and requirements.

    1. I've read recently that AHPRA now requires that applicants have proof of Continuing Professional Development. They require 20hours of training/ seminars. Is it true? Are they reinforcing it strictly?

    2. Are there other agencies, other than Philman, who grants financial assistance for the bridging course's fee?

    Please enlighten me regarding this matter. Thank you.
  8. Visit  DreamMeansWork profile page
    Hi guys.. It's good to hear great news

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  9. Visit  sabinenoelle profile page
    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    Hi. anyone here applied in LTU for May or June? I am not sure what their intake month is..
    Hi, I am for the June intake of the BP in La Trobe Bendigo. Have you gotten in the same program as well?
  10. Visit  xymathea2 profile page
    Quote from jems
    davao..
    Hi Jems! I'm from Davao too, by the way congratulations.
  11. Visit  jems profile page
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    Hi Jems! I'm from Davao too, by the way congratulations.
    thank u.. ihna ka rn?? im still waiting for the offer letter, hw many days b they're going to email it aftr they'd tell u that uve passed the intrview?
  12. Visit  xymathea2 profile page
    Quote from jems
    thank u.. ihna ka rn?? im still waiting for the offer letter, hw many days b they're going to email it aftr they'd tell u that uve passed the intrview?
    Nope, I grab ETEA but IHNA sent the letter of offer after 5 days.
  13. Visit  jems profile page
    Quote from xymathea2

    Nope, I grab ETEA but IHNA sent the letter of offer after 5 days.
    y ddnt u choose ihna? when is ur intake?

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