Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 181
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
- 0Nov 30, '12 by moonyen2012I think it's acceptable.It doesn't matter what is the nature of your work as long as it is related to nursing and you can provide proof of employment.Quote from sawskyhello, please help..i only have 1 year work experience but in the baranggay clinic only at full-time, is it acceptable for ahpra registration, Thanks a lot for considering my question..i tried to email ahpra but no direct answer,thanks again..
- 0Quote from jemsIHNA has different departments and once the Accounts dept has received your invoice, you will be given your username and initial password.email the one who sent you the offer letter form.. then she will verify it to their bank and thus will send you couple of emails like your username and password for the online course, invoice, receit etc..
- 0Quote from moonyen2012This is a real sad truth. Hospitals usually do not issue a Certtificate of employment for those who have not completed 2 years as agreed upon in their contract. I encountered the same but I managed to request a good friend in HRD who did it for me. If you have friends at the higher rank whom you can ask for to signify that indeed you've been employed, you may do so. Also, include your specific duties and responsibilities as RN staff nurse.That's too selfish of her.It should be issued regardless of the lenght of your employment.After all,you deserve it.It's just a proof that you've been employed with them.Anyway,clarify from APHRA,ask them through the web inquiry.They do respond quickly,within 2 business days.
- 0Quote from adel0807PS: prayers really helpThis is a real sad truth. Hospitals usually do not issue a Certtificate of employment for those who have not completed 2 years as agreed upon in their contract. I encountered the same but I managed to request a good friend in HRD who did it for me. If you have friends at the higher rank whom you can ask for to signify that indeed you've been employed, you may do so. Also, include your specific duties and responsibilities as RN staff nurse.
- 0Nov 30, '12 by aubreyRI hope somebody can enlighten me with this. In the reference letters that you secured, what was written? - staff nurse, staff registered nurse or registered staff nurse? (aside from the position indicated as full-time). Somebody help me please so I can have my documented corrected before submitting it. Thanks in advance
- 0Nov 30, '12 by vitamin_nQuote from teyangIt is a part of the requirements, and I'd rather send it sooner rather than later. Thanks a lot @teyang!i think that the Certificate of Good Standing is still part of the requirements of AHPRA, it was even part of the incomplete docs that my case officer asked from me to complete my application
based on my experience, just go to PRC, fill the application form(you can check PRC's website for the application form, or get it when you get there), buy a metered stamp and envelope(can't remember which type of envelope), request for the document, then mail it to the same address where you sent your application.. the certificate costs around PHP 75.. mailing it from DHL costs PHP 1000+..