Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 9

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    Quote from aila61
    for those going to etea, how do we get the Australian Police Check requirement indicated in the letter offer?
    in Australia upon arrival? maybe?
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    Anyone bound for ETEA in January 2013? )
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    Quote from mindful1
    Hi! I think I've read from the preceding forum (Part 2) that some applicants had their CV's signed by their most recent employers. I wonder if it is required by AHPRA. Below is the instruction #13 from AGOS-40:



    The instruction specifies that the CV must include a statement "This CV is true and correct as at ___" and signed by the applicant himself/herself. (My Certificate of Employment was signed by our Medical Director and Chief Nurse, by the way.)

    For those who had their CVs signed by their recent employer, were you instructed by an AHPRA representative to do so? Did your SoS/CoE contain the signature of your employer?
    Hi Mindful1, just for your information, the CV that AHPRA requires need to be signed as a True statement by both you and you employer, as required by AHPRA. When you send in your CV, just make an addendum on the last page that "the information provided in this CV is true and correct to my knowledge" and sign and date it. I hope this helps! I sent mine that way and there was no issue with AHPRA.
    Last edit by arenlima on Jul 26, '12 : Reason: rephrased
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    Quote from patringrn
    just got my visa too late... the batch for august closed.. I'm in for september.. are you for inha also? september?
    Hello patringrn, I am just interested to know what really happened that took so long for your visa to get through. I am in distress now as I am for the August Intake at Alpine Health Victoria, starting from August 13. I had applied for my Business Short Stay Visa on June 19, had my medicals July 4 in Dubai, received an email from my visa case officer on July 18 saying that my medical report has been referred to Australia for further processing. To date, I have not received any further email from my case officer. May I please ask how long after your medicals you received your visa? Did they tell you any reason for the late visa? I am bundle of nerves now...any advice on this will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote from mindful1
    Hi! I think I've read from the preceding forum (Part 2) that some applicants had their CV's signed by their most recent employers. I wonder if it is required by AHPRA. Below is the instruction #13 from AGOS-40:



    The instruction specifies that the CV must include a statement "This CV is true and correct as at ___" and signed by the applicant himself/herself. (My Certificate of Employment was signed by our Medical Director and Chief Nurse, by the way.)

    For those who had their CVs signed by their recent employer, were you instructed by an AHPRA representative to do so? Did your SoS/CoE contain the signature of your employer?
    Yes.
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    Hi, sorry..I just joined the conversation now. Would like to know if we can go straight to aphra? I'm a registered nurse with minimal hospital experience. Can you please send a brief detail/requirements for nurses in Australia? Thank you
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    Quote from pinkpuffer23
    Hi, sorry..I just joined the conversation now. Would like to know if we can go straight to aphra? I'm a registered nurse with minimal hospital experience. Can you please send a brief detail/requirements for nurses in Australia? Thank you
    You apply to APHRA and all relevant information is on their website and they will make a decision based on what you have completed to whether a bridging program is required
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    Thank you
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    hello Silverdragon 102!

    Can you enlighten me about the total amount (in Aus Dollars) which one must prepare for the whole process of applying for work in Australia? I am a new graduate of BSN with no experience yet. An approximation is fine. Thank you very much!
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    Quote from khlei87
    Hi ajlynx16 and pringxoxo. is it okay if to get ur email add? i have lots of questions to ask u guys. i already have my LOE and tried applying for IHNA. thanks so much..
    just post your e-mail add and ill send you an e-mail, ill be happy to help you out
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    @arenlima: Hi! Thank you for this suggestion. I appreciate it. Good luck with your visa processing! Please keep us updated

    Quote from arenlima
    Hi Mindful1, just for your information, the CV that AHPRA requires need to be signed as a True statement by both you and you employer, as required by AHPRA. When you send in your CV, just make an addendum on the last page that "the information provided in this CV is true and correct to my knowledge" and sign and date it. I hope this helps! I sent mine that way and there was no issue with AHPRA.
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    @danceinstructor: Hi! Thank you for this reply!
    Quote from danceinstructor
    Yes.
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    Quote from arenlima
    Hello patringrn, I am just interested to know what really happened that took so long for your visa to get through. I am in distress now as I am for the August Intake at Alpine Health Victoria, starting from August 13. I had applied for my Business Short Stay Visa on June 19, had my medicals July 4 in Dubai, received an email from my visa case officer on July 18 saying that my medical report has been referred to Australia for further processing. To date, I have not received any further email from my case officer. May I please ask how long after your medicals you received your visa? Did they tell you any reason for the late visa? I am bundle of nerves now...any advice on this will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    July 5 I was told that my medicals were forwarded to Australia... and was told to wait for my visa. I got my visa via courier last july 23... that's how long it took before I got my visa. and the deadline of the school is july 20. so I was not able to make it.. you would know if there are problems with your medicals if the facility would ask you to repeat some of the tests. if you were not asked to repeat then your results are okay..


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