Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 199

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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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    Good day Steppybay,

    You mentioned that its not that easy to convert the student visa over now. So it wouldn't be advisable to go into BP with a student visa?
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    Hi.

    Is anyone here enrolled for the Assessment of Competence Program in The Australian College of Nursing (College of Nursing) for Jan 2013? If you guys need a place to stay, I can recommend a good place close to the college. Its about 10mins walk.

    Regards
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    Is anyone here for BP in ETEA for May 29...
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    My loe is valid until may 2013..

    Sent from my iPad using allnurses.com
    hi... do you have an idea about the medical exam for visa... tnx
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    Quote from moonyen2012
    I already have my COA for June 21,2013 intake.
    hi mo0nyen!, I had it also by december. How are you with your application?
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    I know of 3 people who were able to find a job after bridging. One took 4months.before.finding.a.job.the other 2 months and the last 3months. They said that finding a sponsor is hard. There are job.openings but only few offet sponsorship.
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    Hi everyone, can someone give me a rundown on how to process the Bridging Program in Australia? I'm a newly grad and unfortunately doesn't have any working experience yet. Honestly, I don't know where to start so I'm crossing my fingers if anyone of you can help me with this. Thanks in advance

    Can someone post a brief step by step (IF that's okay with you) on how to begin the Bridging Program in Australia? All I can read in the previous posts is that most of you have already their visa and I'm having a hard time to cope up (Coz I'm really out of place -___-)
    PLEASE, help me. I don't know where to start and I really want to grab this program. Btw, I'm a fresh graduate and no working experience yet. Is that even possible that I can be part of the bridging program? Thanks
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Jan 2, '13
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    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    I know of 3 people who were able to find a job after bridging. One took 4months.before.finding.a.job.the other 2 months and the last 3months. They said that finding a sponsor is hard. There are job.openings but only few offet sponsorship.
    hi chelsea, do all of the three mentioned above have prior nursing experience prior their Australian adventure?
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    Quote from ossimanila
    hi chelsea, do all of the three mentioned above have prior nursing experience prior their Australian adventure?
    Yes. 2 of them have around 2 to 3 years work experience. the other one only has I think a year of hospital experience. Anyway, one was hired in an aged care facility and the other two in a hospital.
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    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    Yes. 2 of them have around 2 to 3 years work experience. the other one only has I think a year of hospital experience. Anyway, one was hired in an aged care facility and the other two in a hospital.

    thanks chelsea for that input, would you say that after BP one can get a job after four(4) months max on the average? granting that applicant is not too picky....


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