Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 253

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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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    Quote from stemcell101

    Money transfer (wire Transfer) refer to their email with Invoice. "Electronic Fund Transfer Bank". If your in the Philippines, BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) is most helpful. Theyr the once more "experienced" with this. And they have a direct bank tie up in Australia.
    Your philippine pesos will be converted to AUD upon wire transfer. You just need the amount as much as it is when converted to AUD plus wire transfer fees.
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    Quote from sephine
    Hi ms lani ! I'm just hoping we could have the offer letter or outcome soon. Maybe be friday ..exactly a week after. Hopefully. Do you know the start date of their june intake? Thanks!
    Hi Sephine,


    I really do hope we can have it today. Anyway, the June intake starts on the 24th.
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    Quote from lani_g85
    Hi Sephine,


    I really do hope we can have it today. Anyway, the June intake starts on the 24th.
    Hi Lani_g85 and Sephine,

    Yeah, i do hope also. Been checking mails for it.
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    Quote from twigz
    2years
    which ahpra did you apply with and when did you apply? you getting a 2 years validity would be such a blessed one..
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    Quote from enilocin
    Try applying at UNISA. Ahpra letter is not a requirement.
    yeah..but they cost so much. saw their conditional offer letter....apart from the tuition fee of 14,950...you'd also need an additional 18,000 for some other miscellaneous stuff. correct me if im wrong.
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    Quote from lani_g
    Has anyone here who had a telephone interview with Mercy Health Training Institute? I am scheduled tomorrow. Does anyone here have an idea on what the interviewer asks?
    How was your interview? did they tell you which intake they might offer? when did you give your application to them? what are the questions? thanks so mmuch lani_g!
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    Quote from stemcell101
    need help which personal health insurance provider to get. Thanks!!
    my cousin is suggesting bluecross? not that sure..but she was on this insurance previously and had to switch to bluecross because its cheaper..
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    Quote from sbeattrix
    my cousin is suggesting bluecross? not that sure..but she was on this insurance previously and had to switch to bluecross because its cheaper..
    Thank you thank you!!
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    Quote from sbeattrix
    How was your interview? did they tell you which intake they might offer? when did you give your application to them? what are the questions? thanks so mmuch lani_g!
    Hi there sbeattrix,

    I had my interview earlier this morning. It was quite ok. I was nervous the whole time. I really do not know what to think right now. Anyway, that interview was for the May 13 intake. I was emailed by the coordinator last Feb 6 that the deadline of submission of application was Feb 10. I sent my docs via email last Feb 8 and paid the assessment fee through credit card. The questions I was asked about were first, my work experience. Other questions were about my personality: strengths and weaknesses. Lastly, there were also questions regarding clinical setting and nursing interventions about a particular scenario.

    The outcome of the interview will be emailed on Monday. I am really hoping that I pass and get a slot for that intake as my LOE will expire on July 16.

    Did you also apply at Mercy Health?
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    Does anyone here already received an offer letter from Australian College of Nursing (May intake) or from AAON (April or June intake)?


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