Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 144

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  sujisubi profile page
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    WOW CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!
    i am sure you will like the aged care. I have worked as a care assistant in uk in aged care for about 2 years. good luck
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  3. Visit  sujisubi profile page
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    hi friends

    I am looking for my future classmates in aaon (febrauary 4th). anybody there!!!!!!!!!!!
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  4. Visit  sujisubi profile page
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    hi ya_luver_nurse

    I am for aao. when is you course commencement date
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  5. Visit  Eyem8791 profile page
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    If anyone is considering the move, Why not do a google search on hundreds of graduate nurses, educated in Australia with no jobs this year and even a read of the Australian forum where are few did not get work after graduation.I doubt whether its an emergency, other than it AHPRA asking for help with the amount of international nurses swamping AHPRA for registration.I usually employ nurses, but not at the moment, there are no jobs and I do not need to import nurses from Ireland either. My counterpart in a NSW hospital, reports the same, the jobs that were there are filled, in the hospitals and we are not allowed to sponsor unless it is a specialty position that has been unfilled for 6 months after advertising the position.Start reading the find print on the job advertisements all state that you must have work rights - no sponsorship.Nurses however from Ireland, the uk, Canada, south africa, singapore, USA, do not need sponsorship and therefore employers are more willing, if there is room to take them on for short contracts, which nurses from other countries cannot be employed.Thats a possiblity why they get work more readily.
    Geez, what do hundreds of filipino nurses wanting to work in australia have to do then? To bp or not to bp?
  6. Visit  glitzdelight profile page
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    Quote from leidanz
    Hi! I would like to ask you. maybe you can help me with this. My letter of eligibility will soon expire on April and I am about to take the course on feb. I tried asking my case officer for an extension but I am not that successful. I am very sad because I knew other were granted an extension. But it is very difficult on my part. Is it ok for me to attend the program,. What if i caompleted the program beyond the expiry date of my letter? Also, I would like to ask you if you did exit from Australia? is 456 visa only valid for 3 months the have to exit? because on your post you started bp last may. so you must stay only up to august then exit and then return again? Because you got your registration only last sept.... thanks for youe help.. I am really sad
    Hi leidanz, unfortunately I can't answer your question.
    Maybe you can ring AHPRA, not your CO, to ask.

    yes, I did exit Australia since I am on 456 and return again after a onth.
  7. Visit  ennurse profile page
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    I will be in melbourne on january 2013 enrolled for diploma of nursing. How will i have a PR after this course? Any idea?
  8. Visit  aubreyR profile page
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    Quote from red_hot_chili_oreo
    For those confused about whether to declare their US licensure, I indicated that in my AHPRA application and the board didnt have any questions about it. You just have to request for a letter of verification from the US board you're licensed with. I think it's better this way, at least you got nothing to hide/worry about later on Goodluck!
    Thanks!
  9. Visit  aubreyR profile page
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    If anyone is considering the move, Why not do a google search on hundreds of graduate nurses, educated in Australia with no jobs this year and even a read of the Australian forum where are few did not get work after graduation.
    I doubt whether its an emergency, other than it AHPRA asking for help with the amount of international nurses swamping AHPRA for registration.

    I usually employ nurses, but not at the moment, there are no jobs and I do not need to import nurses from Ireland either. My counterpart in a NSW hospital, reports the same, the jobs that were there are filled, in the hospitals and we are not allowed to sponsor unless it is a specialty position that has been unfilled for 6 months after advertising the position.

    Start reading the find print on the job advertisements all state that you must have work rights - no sponsorship.

    Nurses however from Ireland, the uk, Canada, south africa, singapore, USA, do not need sponsorship and therefore employers are more willing, if there is room to take them on for short contracts, which nurses from other countries cannot be employed.
    Thats a possiblity why they get work more readily.
    Sad to hear this! The same situation applies to Aged Care too? or just for RNs undergoing the bp?
  10. Visit  Fredricka3 profile page
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    Sad to hear this! The same situation applies to Aged Care too? or just for RNs undergoing the bp.I think this not right my cousins just got work no proplemo
  11. Visit  YA_luver_nurse profile page
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    Hi sujisubi! I am for Feb 4 intake of AAON as well. I was only given the LOO last Thursday so I wasn't able to forward my payment until this Monday. I am still waiting for my confirmation of admission. How about you, have you received your coa already?
  12. Visit  seph profile page
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    To moonyen2012Hi, just got my offer letter from IHNA for the June 21 intake are you on the same batch?
  13. Visit  ceridwyn profile page
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    Quote from Eyem8791
    Geez, what do hundreds of filipino nurses wanting to work in australia have to do then? To bp or not to bp?
    Maybe a consideration can be made to the hundreds of Australian students of high school in Australia this end of year, that want to be a nurse and want to do a nursing degree and their parents are asking themselves......is it worth paying out 20-30,000 dollars for a nursing degree.



    I understand the need to get a job overseas and support the family at home, but critical thinking skills must reveal that, nurses cannot keep be taken in to a country before the skills shortage is over. As happened in the US, Canada and the UK.
    Last edit by ceridwyn on Dec 6, '12
  14. Visit  aubreyR profile page
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    Quote from Fredricka3
    Sad to hear this! The same situation applies to Aged Care too? or just for RNs undergoing the bp.I think this not right my cousins just got work no proplemo
    Hi Fredricka3! From what area/state are your cousins? Did they do the bridging program too?


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