Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - pg.232 | allnurses

Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 232

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... Read More

  1. Visit  j1123 profile page
    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    Hi guys, I just want to ask what health insurance did you get for your travel to australia? Thanks!
    Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)/BUPA Australia
  2. Visit  glysa mae profile page
    hi annie,just a question. did you register to aphra only after finishing the arntp?
  3. Visit  chelseaxyrene profile page
    Quote from j1123
    Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)/BUPA Australia
    Thanks. did you get BUPA? how much is the monthly for BUPA? I checked their website and it's around 38.89AUD the cheapest it's short term education cover (something like that). Is that the one?
  4. Visit  j1123 profile page
    Quote from chelseaxyrene

    Thanks. did you get BUPA? how much is the monthly for BUPA? I checked their website and it's around 38.89AUD the cheapest it's short term education cover (something like that). Is that the one?
    There are other OSHC providers. Here: http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/e...t-health-cover

    The university has an arrangement with BUPA Australia and this is why OSHC fee was included on top of the tuition fee; it is indicated on the Confirmation of Enrolment. IMHO, while it is convenient for us that the university takes care of this process, the advantage for you is that you have control of which package you're going to take. Perhaps it's gonna be cheaper that way? Let's wait for the feedback of other members.

    Meanwhile, there was a post somewhere here of a student who is currently taking his BP at IHNA who also availed of BUPA's health insurance.
  5. Visit  j1123 profile page
    Quote from chelseaxyrene

    Thanks. did you get BUPA? how much is the monthly for BUPA? I checked their website and it's around 38.89AUD the cheapest it's short term education cover (something like that). Is that the one?
    For how long is this coverage? I'll send you a PM.
  6. Visit  jems profile page
    to lani_g85


    still cant send you pm.. full inbox
  7. Visit  j1123 profile page
    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    Thanks. did you get BUPA? how much is the monthly for BUPA? I checked their website and it's around 38.89AUD the cheapest it's short term education cover (something like that). Is that the one?
    A couple of students recommend BUPA. Here: link.
  8. Visit  Gfil profile page
    Hi I got an offer letter for arntp at unisa for october intake. However I am hesitant to pursue with arntp because student visa only has 1 month extension after the program. Not like the non cricos course where in subclass 600 visa you may be able to have 3 months stay and multiple entry for a year. Anyone here done with arntp? Are my assumptions right? What are the advantages of arntp in unisa? I hope you can help me
  9. Visit  reshin profile page
    which schools are cricos and which ones are not?
  10. Visit  j1123 profile page
    Quote from reshin
    which schools are cricos and which ones are not?
    You may refer to this: Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)

    Related link: AHPRA/NMBA-Approved Programs of Study
  11. Visit  teyang profile page
    Quote from rv_phen
    Hi chelseaxyrene.. do you know if your friend that took the ARNTP had all his / her docs notarized here in the Phils to be submitted to AHPRA? Or were the docs notarized in AUstralia since the application for AHPRA registration was submitted there? Thank you...
    not to answer your question, but a nice to know fact.. certifying documents is free here in Aus..
  12. Visit  Julairose profile page
    Quote from teyang

    not to answer your question, but a nice to know fact.. certifying documents is free here in Aus..
    absolutely free! just go to any JP or justice of peace.. and bring the original docs
  13. Visit  rv_phen profile page
    Thanks Teyang and JuliaRose... that's great news

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