Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 163

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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    Quote from periwinkleme
    hi @mindful1, you mentioned in previous threads re: "In-principle". can you lead me to the link where i can read the forumers who actually got exempted from BP because of NCLEX. I am very curious. Thank you. And where can you suggest I pass my application? NSW or VIC?
    Hi. I don't think those nurses were exempted solely "because of NCLEX." I believe they worked as RNs in the US for some time, that's why they were registered without completing a program in a BP school.

    I reviewed my post on August 28 where I clarified what I knew about the "In-principle" registration:
    In that case, I wonder why your case officer had to bring up the NCLEX-RN and CGFNS exams? Unless you're being considered for "In-Principle" registration. (not sure about the term; there are a couple of forumers here who were not required to undergo BP because they previously worked in US hospitals as RNs.)
    Here is one example, as you've requested:
    http://allnurses.com/nurse-registrat...7-page875.html

    Look at @iamnomad's post You may ask him about it or search within this forum for further information using the search field above
    By the way, I'm not done with my application
    Last edit by mindful1 on Nov 14, '12

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    Quote from sabinenoelle
    Hi dacuycoy, yes I was initially for the March intake of IHNA but I applied for the BP in La Trobe as well. I'm forfeiting my slot at IHNA and I have already paid the full tuition at La Trobe. Are you going to La Trobe, too? For what intake are you?


    Thanks!
    Hi noelle, I am for the June intake at La Trobe. When is yours?

    When will you apply for the visa? Or have you done it already?

    Thanks.
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    Hai Friends,

    I got a mail from my case officer today. Please clarify me what they have told me in the second para. Is this the Letter of Eligibility?

    Please help me!!!!!!!!!! Thanks in advance
    The message is below:
    Dear Mrs. Rajendiran
    Before deciding an application for registration, a National Board may, pursuant to s80(1)d of the Health Practitioner Regulation National law require an applicant to undergo an assessment or examination. At a meeting of the western Australia Registration committee of the NMBWA held on 9th November 2012 IT was resolved to require you to successfully complete a Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia approved bridging course for registration of internationally qualified Registered Nurses ( Division 1) by 13 November 2013. Your application for registration is unable to progressed further until such a course has been completed.
    Under the National Law, the Board has up to 90 days to consider an application. On this occassion, the board proposes to extend the period or considering your application past the 90 days to allow you time to meet outstanding requirements. The period of consideration is now extended to 13 November 2012 and unless you advise the board, in writing with in 14 days of the date of this letter, it will be taken that you agree for extension. It should be noted if the consideration time is not extended and the 90 day period expires prior to the Board, making a decision, it will be taken to a decision to refuse a register.
    The letter will be required by the education provider as evidence that you have been assessed as eligible for registration. You may also need to meet other eligibility criteria set by the education provider and you will need to contact them directly for this information. Please note that by issuing this letter it does not mean that you have been registered, you must still complete the required Board approved Bridging course.
    It is imperative you advice this office in writing or by email of your acceptance in to a program prior to commencement, otherwise your application may expire and you will not be eligible for registration at course completion. This correspondance must include adequate identifying information of you, the name of the course, commencement, date and the education provider where you will undertake the bridging course. If we have not been notified that you have completed a coursse by 13 November 203 your application will be deemed to have been withdrawn pursuant to s80(5) of the National Law and your incomplete aplication will be destroyed. Please be aware the extensions beyond the date will not be granted
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    Quote from dacuycoy
    Hi jap,

    I am for the June intake as well.

    When will you apply for the visa?

    Thanks.
    Hi dacuycoy!

    Good to know we're on the same batch!.. so happy to know it
    No i have not started processing my visa yet.. maybe next month.
    Did you start yours already?
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    Quote from sujisubi
    Hai Friends,

    I got a mail from my case officer today. Please clarify me what they have told me in the second para. Is this the Letter of Eligibility?

    Please help me!!!!!!!!!! Thanks in advance
    The message is below:
    Dear Mrs. Rajendiran
    Before deciding an application for registration, a National Board may, pursuant to s80(1)d of the Health Practitioner Regulation National law require an applicant to undergo an assessment or examination. At a meeting of the western Australia Registration committee of the NMBWA held on 9th November 2012 IT was resolved to require you to successfully complete a Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia approved bridging course for registration of internationally qualified Registered Nurses ( Division 1) by 13 November 2013. Your application for registration is unable to progressed further until such a course has been completed.
    Under the National Law, the Board has up to 90 days to consider an application. On this occassion, the board proposes to extend the period or considering your application past the 90 days to allow you time to meet outstanding requirements. The period of consideration is now extended to 13 November 2012 and unless you advise the board, in writing with in 14 days of the date of this letter, it will be taken that you agree for extension. It should be noted if the consideration time is not extended and the 90 day period expires prior to the Board, making a decision, it will be taken to a decision to refuse a register.
    The letter will be required by the education provider as evidence that you have been assessed as eligible for registration. You may also need to meet other eligibility criteria set by the education provider and you will need to contact them directly for this information. Please note that by issuing this letter it does not mean that you have been registered, you must still complete the required Board approved Bridging course.
    It is imperative you advice this office in writing or by email of your acceptance in to a program prior to commencement, otherwise your application may expire and you will not be eligible for registration at course completion. This correspondance must include adequate identifying information of you, the name of the course, commencement, date and the education provider where you will undertake the bridging course. If we have not been notified that you have completed a coursse by 13 November 203 your application will be deemed to have been withdrawn pursuant to s80(5) of the National Law and your incomplete aplication will be destroyed. Please be aware the extensions beyond the date will not be granted
    Yes, this is your LOE. Congratulations!
    sujisubi likes this.
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    anie have you seen the post from ahpra.. ETEA is up to november 30 only???????? Is this true
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    Yup! They will not offer their intakes for next year if they are not sure about their re-accreditation.thats why there is nothing to worry about.

    Sent from my iPad using allnurses.com
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    Quote from jap_617
    Hi dacuycoy!

    Good to know we're on the same batch!.. so happy to know it
    No i have not started processing my visa yet.. maybe next month.
    Did you start yours already?
    Hello... Is HP1N1 Influenza vaccine still required by you?
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    Quote from pringxoxo

    Hi marklouiemarco,

    I know. Its really really weird. I had a very disappointing experience on my visa application here.

    Date of issue: 12 Nov 2012
    Entries: Multiple
    Last Date of Arrival: 12 Jan 2013

    I asked the officer why they gave me Multiple entry having 2 months validity only. I haven't receive any reply. I'll still wait for a short while for their explanation before I try to ask some clarification to other department. If only I knew that this will happen, I should have applied on the high commission in Manila. My declared travel date is Jan 3, 2013.

    To sum it up, I was only been given 2 months from the date of my visa issue. And what was the most confusing and disappointing is that they have issued "MULTIPLE" that I could only use 1 week after my declared travel date.
    Right so there must be something wrong, don't email them, call them to have it rectified!
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    Quote from jap_617
    Hi dacuycoy!

    Good to know we're on the same batch!.. so happy to know it
    No i have not started processing my visa yet.. maybe next month.
    Did you start yours already?
    No, definitely not this year. Maybe in late Feb or early March.
    Let us know when you already have your visa.

    Thanks & good luck!


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