Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 221

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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!

    on the average, how long does it take for them, ahpra, to evaluate the documents? i send them my credentials last December but i have not received any email 'til now.

    is it ok if i send them an email or perhaps they are still evaluating my credentials?
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    Hi everyone!

    Does anyone have an idea as to how long AHPRA victoria gives its decision after sending additional requirements (updated ielts results)?

    I was given 3 months to complete the target ielts scores and I was able to get it before the said 3 months end.

    Anyone? thanks!
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    hI again! please recommend me which education provider is the cheapest and easiest to be selected for their bridiging program in Melbourne. Your reply is highly appreciated. thanks
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    Quote from ed_002
    Hey, ACFE told me that they just received their full accreditation from ANMAC, their BP is Still on the list of approved programs of study on AHPRA website. Are you still going to pursue BP with them? I just got a letter of offer from them, not sure if I'm going to enroll with them.
    Hi! Im going to have my interview with them tomorrow, any advice on questions?
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    Hi everyone! I'm new here.. =) I know you've been asked this many times, but I would like to get some advice as to where is the best AHPRA to send? I read in this thread that Victoria is faster in terms of correspondence, but that was 2010-2011 thread..

    Please help! I've just completed my requirements, now I'm stuck where to send it =((
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    Quote from kris_aussiedream
    Hi everyone! I'm new here.. =) I know you've been asked this many times, but I would like to get some advice as to where is the best AHPRA to send? I read in this thread that Victoria is faster in terms of correspondence, but that was 2010-2011 thread..

    Please help! I've just completed my requirements, now I'm stuck where to send it =((
    I would recommend Victoria.I applied in Aug.2012 and received my LOE in less than 2 months.
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    Hello people. Unfortunately, UNISA April 2013 intake just closed. Now I'am desperately looking for a BP school. Tried to check EACH and every BP approved schools of AHPRA. And only CON, University of Ballarat (AAON and William Light) and Castlemaine has emailed me back within 2 days.

    For CON - some people are saying they take too long to assess the papers? CON has emailed me the application form. In the form, it already has a space wherein you would put details on payment. Do you have to pay upon application? Don't they need to assess 1st if you qualify? And they have this immunization requirements I wouldn't be able to accomplish within a week. Do you need to take the tst for TB and get the results before submitting your requirements? And CON says that "We undertake selection process for our participants. Only those applications which meet all admission criteria will be considered and it’s based on ‘first come first serve basis’. The selection for the April program is done and there is a waiting list for the May program. I suggest that you have all required documents sent with the enrolment form to avoid any delay in processing."

    For University of Ballarat - They are approved until 2014...but with conditions. So what does that mean? Like my cousin who studied in ETEA. ETEA was also under the category of Approved with conditions. This caused the delay for her registration certificate. She had to wait 2 months for her registration. Would University of Ballarat's Approved with condition might possibly end in the same way?

    For Castlemaine - haven't heard much about this school, but the tuition fee is inclusive of accommodations in the hospital as according to their handbook? Is this true? And they have a window of time for their application.

    Hope someone could give their two cents and guide me.

    Right now, the going gets tough and the tough gets going and going and going.
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    Quote from inevitable
    Good day!

    on the average, how long does it take for them, ahpra, to evaluate the documents? i send them my credentials last December but i have not received any email 'til now.

    is it ok if i send them an email or perhaps they are still evaluating my credentials?
    I sent mine late December and I got an email from AHPRA on Jan. 7 informing me that they've received my documents. Maybe you should try sending a web inquiry through the AHPRA site, they reply rather quickly, about a day or two. Where did you send your application?
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    Quote from vitamin_n
    I sent mine late December and I got an email from AHPRA on Jan. 7 informing me that they've received my documents. Maybe you should try sending a web inquiry through the AHPRA site, they reply rather quickly, about a day or two. Where did you send your application?
    thanks! sent mine in new south wales 'cause my grandmother lives there. i was hoping she could follow it up.
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    To everyone:

    Just a friendly advice, It's better to have a health insurance here in Australia. If something goes wrong with you and you need to go to the hospital, It is superbly expensive. For those people who doesn't have a MEDICARE( for Permanent Resident and Citizen only) or Private Health Insurance (for Overseas Visitor usually), it will cost a fortune, around 1500 dollars per night of admission aside from the emergency room fees etc. The cheapest health Cover would cost around 76 dollars per person per month ( BUDGET VISITOR COVER) from IMAN. But there are other insurance company such as BUPA, MEDIBANK, Etc.. TAke your pick.

    CHeers!
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