Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 175

by Silverdragon102 Admin

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 Eyem8791
    I...I have applied at unisa for the april intake....

    Hello. Me too. I'm for ARNTP, April intake.
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    Quote from beauex
    It's good to know, more nurses are bound for UNISA...
    Hi beaux! How are you? Did you receive your confirmation of enrollment? I haven't received it yet.
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    Quote from Eyem8791
    To beauex, just sent you friend request on fb. Lets chat there instead, your inbox is full again....

    Hello Beaux and Eyem8791. Can you please give me your email ad?
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    To- VITUG.ANNIE and RJOI25,

    I am also bound for ETEA's January 9 intake. Can I have your contact numbers. I have some clarification and inquiries. Looking forward for your response.

    Thanks...
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    Quote from baros08
    Hi beaux! How are you? Did you receive your confirmation of enrollment? I haven't received it yet.
    Hi baros08! I'm also thinking of applying at UNISA. When did you lodge your application?
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    Quote from aubreyR
    Hi baros08! I'm also thinking of applying at UNISA. When did you lodge your application?
    Hi Aubrey! UniSa received my application last July 13, 2012.
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    Quote from baros08
    Hello Beaux and Eyem8791. Can you please give me your email ad?
    Hi baros, ill pm you my email.....
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    Quote from Eyem8791
    Hi baros, ill pm you my email.....

    Thank you Eyem. I got it. I sent you an email.
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    @cummulus! trying to send you another message but your inbox is full! do you have an email add? thanks!
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    for those doing the BP in IHNA melbourne renting out rooms, how do you usually go about the payments? is it safe to pay for a bond of about 250AUD prior to leaving the country? how do we know this will be binding and safe? any tips?

    how about those who went for homestays? i'm also considering it since the pay includes breakfast and dinner meals already for about 250/wk, but im thinking i might be able to save more if i just do everything on my own. what do you guys think? hope you can share experiences from anyone you know, thanks in advance!


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