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Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 255

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  Julairose profile page
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    Quote from dai_yari
    Hello. I tried a consultancy firm,and they said that aphra now requires atleast a minimum of 6 months working experience in australia so,they dont recommend bridging course and they prefer a client to take a 1 year nursing course or 2 yrs. Is it true?that was the first time i heard such kind of requirement.thanks
    When I submitted my application to AHPRA last year, the requirement was atleast 1 year, not just 6 months. I think that consultancy is trying to lure you into enroling in a 2 year course because that means more money for them. If you have atleast 1 year of paid hospital experience, you don't need to take the 2year course. But if you talk about employment opportunities, it has really gotten harder; even for aus.citizens.
  2. Visit  Julairose profile page
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    Quote from marga18

    hello scrubnurse1

    my agent is reccomending homestay since , according to them, its cheaper.

    Normally full board is provided (your own furnished room plus meals). Electricity, water and gas are included, too. Costs for full board are approximately $250 - $300 per week.

    but i'm quite hesitant if its really the best option.

    are you also for arntp oct intake at unisa?
    250-300 is way too expensive for a student. try to check gumtree. You can find cheaper rooms, and if it does not include your meal, you can just prepare your own, and it could save you money.
  3. Visit  knbautista profile page
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    Hi chelseaxyrene! Thank you for the information.
  4. Visit  chinie profile page
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    Hello, Im very new in these site. I just want some info regarding APHRA registration.
    I am a Registersd Nurse in the Philippines, but i haven't work as a Staff Nurse since I graduated 2007.
    I am currently working as an Enrolled Nurse here in Singapore. I wonder if I can Register in APHRA as Enrolled Nurse, though I Graduated as an RN. Do you have any idea guys or know any cases
    same as mine?

    i hope you could help..

    Thanks!! ����
  5. Visit  marga18 profile page
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    Quote from Julairose
    250-300 is way too expensive for a student. try to check gumtree. You can find cheaper rooms, and if it does not include your meal, you can just prepare your own, and it could save you money.
    i'm not really familiar with gumtree. can you send a link so that i can check it out online? or can you recommend a specific place near unisa? thanks
    Last edit by marga18 on Jul 12, '13
  6. Visit  Stereo profile page
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    gumtree.com.au
  7. Visit  marga18 profile page
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    Quote from Stereo
    gumtree.com.au
    hi stereo. can you recommend a place found in gumtree that is near unisa? the site is quite overwhelming,there are lots of offers for accommodation.
  8. Visit  elzlzl profile page
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    anyone who already went to aaon?
  9. Visit  lady marjette profile page
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    hi chinie,

    we have the same situation but i've already acquired my ahpra. so go for it!
  10. Visit  chelseaxyrene profile page
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    Quote from marga18
    hi stereo. can you recommend a place found in gumtree that is near unisa? the site is quite overwhelming,there are lots of offers for accommodation.
    It's also hard to find accomodation in gumtree. There are scams too. You have to know someone from here to check the place for you. Maybe there are legit places to stay but just be careful.
  11. Visit  councilor28 profile page
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    Quote from marga18
    hello.is anyone going to unisa for arntp october intake? or anybody who already took up arntp?

    1.what type of accomodation is best suited for students? the most affordable?
    2.what documents do i have to prepare for my registration in ahpra? i was told that i don't need to be registered with ahpra right away, and i can apply for registration weeks before graduation.

    thanks. need a little help here.
    my gf, ironmom and rv_phen are for October intake in unisa, we 3 are in the visa waiting stage... and for us, it has been 4 weeks since we lodged.. hopefully everything goes well..

    look for posts by lady-dee, she has done arntp and she shared great info about her experience...


    cheers!
  12. Visit  marga18 profile page
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    Quote from chelseaxyrene
    It's also hard to find accomodation in gumtree. There are scams too. You have to know someone from here to check the place for you. Maybe there are legit places to stay but just be careful.
    that's what i thought. maybe i'll go for homestay then i'll just look for cheaper accommodation when i get there.
  13. Visit  marga18 profile page
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    Quote from councilor28
    my gf, ironmom and rv_phen are for October intake in unisa, we 3 are in the visa waiting stage... and for us, it has been 4 weeks since we lodged.. hopefully everything goes well..

    look for posts by lady-dee, she has done arntp and she shared great info about her experience...


    cheers!
    hi councilor28

    that's great to know.. i just got my coe and i'll be lodging for my visa next week.

    what type of accommodation are they getting?

    yes, i've read some of lady-dee's posts. she said that its wise to bring your documents with you for ahpra registration when you go to australia. but i'm clueless what these documents are. pls enlighten me. thanks a lot


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