Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 190

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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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    Hi aubreyR,

    Apparently, I now have my LOE...so I have to get into the earliest school I can find. Yeah, Miss *** of IDP says there's still slots. When did you apply? I just gave her my docs just this Dec. 5..how about you? Did you apply to other schools? I am still thinking about it. Need advice from people who finished BP from UNISA and other schools...
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Dec 8, '12 : Reason: name removed
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    Quote from sbeattrix
    Thanks seph. Good deal of information. But wait, so i should just reply to my case officer now that I will do the BP? so this means i have till dec 5, 2013 validity for my loe..
    yeah just email your CO to meet the written requirement, you can alsO shoot them an email trough the web inquiry link but they will also forward that to your CO. Goodluck and Godbless our aussie dream.
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    Hello nurses! Do we need to have valid IELTS for 457 visa?
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    hi! I have a friend, she has less than 6 mos experience and she wants to work in australia. does anybody know how long she would have to study? thanks!!
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    Have heard AHPRA have brought in the 1 year experience rule to anyone educated and with no experience in the countries that are not required to do the bridging course.

    So if she is from the Phils she may not get past AHPRA and will need to do the BN with credit.
    Worth trying first though.
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    guys, when's the best time to apply for 456 visa?? is enrolment fee not yet enough? must the full tuition fee be paid first before applying?
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    for those who applied for a 456 visa,

    how did you follow-up your applications? starting to worry coz mine was lodged weeks ago but haven't heard from them since. how long does this usually take? thanks a lot for sharing!
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    Hi Ceridwyn, what do you mean with BN?
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    Quote from markpaul
    I'm giving up my IHNA Intake on April in favour of the February 2013 from Mercy Health.

    Is the $1500 refundable?
    hello markpaul, its good that you got earlier intake at Mercy Health. I was trying to contact them before but they wouldn't answer, so i just enrolled at IHNA perth. Would you mind telling me MErcy's Tuition fee? thank
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    Quote from red_hot_chili_oreo
    for those who applied for a 456 visa,

    how did you follow-up your applications? starting to worry coz mine was lodged weeks ago but haven't heard from them since. how long does this usually take? thanks a lot for sharing!
    You send them an email. I received my request for medicals 6 days after i lodged mine.

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