Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 281
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
0Dec 19, '13 by jemsQuote from ghiezummsi had 1 classmate who was also a PR and we went to IHNA Perth..Hello!
Anyone who had their BP with IHNA Melbourne, ETEA and Lonsdale Institute?
I am currently in a dilemma where to go in case these 3 institutions will give me a Letter of Offer.
Which one is better in terms of course delivery, accommodation services, placements and processing of documents in relation to AHPRA registration after the course? Or maybe, kindly give me an idea on how your BP went?
By the way, I am also considering LTU but I reckon I should give it up. Despite the fact that they offered me a place and put my name into the list, they are having trouble enrolling me as because I am a Permanent Resident of Australia already and therefore a domestic student. They said that the program is intended for international students only. I've been in contact with them since October about the issue but until now, there seems to be no solution to the problem. Knowing its merely 2 weeks before their January intake commences, I can't see no light anymore.
Well, thank you in advance for your response! God bless you.
0Dec 22, '13 by jenricongood day... im new in this forum. I was trying to search how to start my application. im in the process of gathering the requirements first but couldnt see a site that would tell me. tried the aphra site and still confusing. please help.... which dyou prefer, through agency (which costs 1mil ++) or u personally apply through aphra? please hellpp me.. thank you in advance and merry christmas!
0Dec 23, '13 by jemshttps://www.google.com/search?q=agos+40&oq=agos+40&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i5 9j0l4.4211j0j8&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=93&i e=UTF-8
click the first one.. that's the form and there's the checklist.
0Jan 2, '14 by aldenbparedesJust got my LOE today from AHPRA, any fellow pinoy out there whos in the same page with me? I would like to know where are u planning to take the BP ? How to do u process visa to take bp here in the Philippines? Pls add me up in fb aldz colleti paredes if u dont mind. (=
0Jan 2, '14 by rEyvenhappy new year everyone! it's been a year now since I've last visited this forum. and a year as well since I've gotten my aphra letter.
unfortunately, it's a "refusal". so for a while, I've been searching this forum if the reason for my rejection was valid, but the threads has become way too many.
so the reason that i was rejected was: "I graduated from a College school, which was different from aphra's required University based degree."
Back then, my agency was the one handling everything, but know I'm trying to get hold of my situation.
i wasn't able to contact aphra before because of their advice to just take a different step.
and it's just now that i would like to try and contact my case officer.
A friend of mine told me that aphra may have mistaken my college for TAFE/Vocational?
But I just want to hear your opinion guys.
If being rejected because I came from a College school was a legitimate decision.
(I'm currently here in Melbourne)
0Jan 3, '14 by Ipe07Hi. I'm new in this forum. Like many other users here, I'm an RN from the Philippines planning to apply at AHPRA for assessment. I am just curious re. the certification if I need to sign every page of papers to be certified as true copy. I am aware that the notary should indicate their initials on every page.
And BTW, which AHPRA office seems to process applications the fastest lately?
Thanks in advance! :-)
0Jan 3, '14 by om'sarahI just submitted my application to AHPRA NSW before Christmas , and yesterday my case officer sent a message that they received my application and currently waiting my Cert of Good standing from PHL and KSA, as well as the papers coming from the college where I earned my BSN degree.. I processed already these requirements and currently on the way to SYD... hoping for a smooth flow in God's will... Goodluck to all of us!
1Jan 3, '14 by aldenbparedesYou dont need to sign every page the Attorney/Lawyer is the one who needs to. Re: office= one cant really tell, cuz it really depends on the number of applicants per office/ sometimes it depends on the completion of ur requirements or ur case officer.
0Jan 3, '14 by ceridwyn GuideWhat do you think? Does nursing research go on there.?
Are the lecturers well experienced nurses and involved in research?
Does it provide good clinical rotations like one on one with patients?
Is the curriculum on a par with Australian universities?
Is it well respected in the Phils and has decent pass rates.
Has anyone in your year been excepted by AHPRA?
I am surprised that you had a refusal as reported on this forum all education in the past has been excepted by AHPRA from the Philj when it was obvious applicants could say no to all of the above questions and therefore we're not educated by university Australian guidelines. You may need to try EN if you want work soon.Last edit by ceridwyn on Jan 3, '14