Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 256

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  1. Visit  sbeattrix profile page
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    Quote from marga18
    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
    I am not quite entirely sure, but I think the documents you might possibly be needing would be all the original documents you submitted to UNISA and the lists of Proof of identity written on AHPRA.
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  3. Visit  AndreaRafaella profile page
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    Quote from lady marjette
    hi chinie,

    we have the same situation but i've already acquired my ahpra. so go for it!
    hello lady marjette!

    how long did it take you to get your ahpra loe? thanks

    by the way, i have a question about the COURSE DESCRIPTION. i am a second courser and only spent 3 years on BSN. do i still need to include a course description of my first degree? thanks in advance
  4. Visit  xanxan profile page
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    Quote from AndreaRafaella

    hello lady marjette!

    how long did it take you to get your ahpra loe? thanks

    by the way, i have a question about the COURSE DESCRIPTION. i am a second courser and only spent 3 years on BSN. do i still need to include a course description of my first degree? thanks in advance
    Hi andrearafaella!

    I am a second courser too. i also sent my course description of my first degree.
  5. Visit  lady marjette profile page
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    hi chinie,
    i got it after 1 month. super lucky. i dont know how that happen but it did.
  6. Visit  ghiezumms profile page
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    Hi, Is anyone here eyeing for La Trobe University Jan 2014 intake?
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    Quote from ghiezumms
    Hi, Is anyone here eyeing for La Trobe University Jan 2014 intake?

    hi there! im eyeing for LTU's Jan 2014.. have you applied already?
  8. Visit  pogzRN profile page
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    Quote from Julairose
    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.

    I don't know if the rumors were indeed true but try to call AHPRA to confirm everything about the duration of the bridging course.

    Rumors have it that AHPRA has indeed abolished the IRON program and instead offers the applicants to take the 1 year program for overseas nurses. This was what I learned from some of my friends who got the advice from AHPRA themselves.

    I'm currently doing my placement and will finish soon. It's been a tough ride but I say to you, hang on. Just keep on trying, I'm sure there are several ways how to apply and you might just be in luck,
  9. Visit  marga18 profile page
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    Quote from sbeattrix
    I am not quite entirely sure, but I think the documents you might possibly be needing would be all the original documents you submitted to UNISA and the lists of Proof of identity written on AHPRA.
    thanks sbeattrix for the reply

    if its not too much of a bother, can you send me a link that shows the list of documents needed for ahpra registration. thanks.
  10. Visit  vitamin_n profile page
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    Quote from knbautista
    Hi vitamin_n!

    Yes, I am planning to take the accommodation since I don't have any relatives in Victoria. I have not paid them yet, I am planning maybe last week of this month. How about you?
    Yes, I'm taking the accommodation too because I've read somewhere that transportation to the different placements is quite difficult. I'm also planning to pay on the last week.
  11. Visit  knbautista profile page
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    hi vitamin_n!

    Do you already have all the requirements ready? Me, not yet. Please do email me at knbautista@yahoo.com if you have time. Goodluck to us!
  12. Visit  amb204 profile page
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    hello everyone, this is my first time posting here so i hope it is in the correct section. i am not a nurse myself but am writing this on behalf of my boyfriend who is a greek citizen. I am currently an australian citizen. for us, living in australia is more ideal than greece due to attitude to homosexual couples - and so i need some help with the whole migration as a nurse thing.

    he has completed a 2 year course with a institute called AKMI at Thessaloniki - this is the website Ι*Κ 'ΚΜ-- | Ο --γέτ-ς στ-ν *κπα-δε...σ-
    his course translates to english as vocational nurse i think its surgical in nature. and this is where im at, i have been to this website

    Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council | ANMAC

    to try and see if he is eligible for migration as a nurse but i dont know if this is an enrolled nurse or registered nurse. and if it is an enrolled nurse it says i need to first go to the APHRA Website and register. im really confused about what to do next and if anyone could help me out with this i would really appreciate it.
    cheers, keith
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    Quote from amb204
    hello everyone, this is my first time posting here so i hope it is in the correct section. i am not a nurse myself but am writing this on behalf of my boyfriend who is a greek citizen. I am currently an australian citizen. for us, living in australia is more ideal than greece due to attitude to homosexual couples - and so i need some help with the whole migration as a nurse thing.

    he has completed a 2 year course with a institute called AKMI at Thessaloniki - this is the website ™•š ‘šœ— | Ÿ —γ*„-‚ ƒ„-ν •κ€α-δε…ƒ-
    his course translates to english as vocational nurse i think its surgical in nature. and this is where im at, i have been to this website

    Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council | ANMAC

    to try and see if he is eligible for migration as a nurse but i dont know if this is an enrolled nurse or registered nurse. and if it is an enrolled nurse it says i need to first go to the APHRA Website and register. im really confused about what to do next and if anyone could help me out with this i would really appreciate it.
    cheers, keith
    Hi.
    I think it would be better to contact AHPRA because all the information and the forms that needs to be filled out is already in their website. What most applicants do is they submit an application together with all the necessary requirements and then wait for the letter of eligibility to be issued by AHPRA whether they are accepting your boyfriend for registration as DIV 1 RN or DIV 2 and if he still needs to undergo a bridging program.
  14. Visit  sbeattrix profile page
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    Quote from marga18
    thanks sbeattrix for the reply

    if its not too much of a bother, can you send me a link that shows the list of documents needed for ahpra registration. thanks.
    go to ahpra website, click registration. click registration process. HOME


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