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- Aug 11, '12 by danceinstructorQuote from marklouiemarcoCertificate of Good Standing?Whats COGS?
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- Aug 11, '12 by danceinstructor[QUOTE=pringxoxo;6810667]Quote from marklouiemarcoCertificate of Good Standing?
I also dont know whats COGS as she also never replied me when I asked her. She = case officer.
- Aug 12, '12 by StereoQuote from marklouiemarcoDo you have a copy of her email? Would you mind posting it here for the sake of the readers?
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Unfortunately it is not AHPRA’s responsibility to ensure that enough places are offered for all nursing courses. AHPRA’s current policy allows a year-long eligibility for bridging programs and no extension can be granted.
Dear Ms ******
As stated in my previous email, we will not be able to extend your eligibility for other courses than the ETEA course.
If you choose to complete another course, there is no guarantee we will be able to finalise your registration.
Dear Ms *****
It is unclear which is the reason why you were not able to secure an early enough intake as you are now providing a different explanation.1 AHPRA cannot be responsible if you have chosen to apply too early in your career. You ought to have been aware that bridging program letters are valid for one year only.
If you wish to complete the IRON program in January, you will have to submit a new application for registration. Please note that there is no guarantee that the outcome of the assessment will remain the same as rules and regulations may have changed since you first applied.
As stated in our previous email, AHPRA will be able to extend your eligibility if you enrol in that course starting in August of this year.
- Aug 12, '12 by ceridwynSo they have offered to extend it once already....difficult to argue that one. They still should be more reasonable trouble is with so many overseas applicants they cannot keep extending applications.Last edit by ceridwyn on Aug 12, '12
- Aug 12, '12 by chelseaxyreneQuote from dai_yari>yes you can do bp anywhere in australia.may i ask again,
>if im going to submit my application in aphra tasmania(due to less applicants in that state), will it be possible for me to take my BP in victoria/melbourne or it will be limited to schools in tasmania?
>regarding CATEGORIES ABCD (proof of identity), is there a need for me to pass a separate letter that i cannot provide any documents in that category?
> and how about question 29 in aphra agos 40 form: about migration agent?(is IDP can be considered?) or significant other (if i have any relative in aus?)...what if i dont have any of the 2?
thank you so much...
- Aug 12, '12 by ceridwynThere are no bp schools in Tasmania you would have to do BN and apply for credit.
- Aug 12, '12 by nursemajeeQuote from AdharraRnHi Adharrarn, AHPRA actually defines experience as:hello to all, I am a newbie here and just read almost all posts, I have started processing on my application, but I am worried since I don't have much hospital experience, does AHPRA really stick to hospital experience only? Because that was what I was told, that my chances for an approval is slim; I was a CI for 4 years, mostly on RLE exposure, but I am having a hard time securing a SOS or COE from my previous employer stating that I was assigned in the hospitals most of the time. Currently, I am working as a clinic nurse.
Please shed some light for me please.
Practice means any role, whether remunerated or not, in
which the individual uses their skills and knowledge as
a nurse or midwife. In accordance with the Recency of
practice registration standard, practice is not restricted to
the provision of direct clinical care. It also includes working
in a direct non-clinical relationship with clients, working in
management, administration, education, research, advisory,
regulatory or policy development roles and any other roles
that impact on safe, effective delivery of services in the
profession and/or use of professional skills.
Practice hours may be recognised if:
• you have practised your profession for a minimum
period equivalent to three months full time, within the
past five years
• the applicant held valid registration with a nursing or
midwifery regulatory authority in the jurisdiction (either
Australia or overseas) when the hours were worked; or
• the role involved the application of nursing and/or
midwifery knowledge and skills; or
• the time was spent undertaking postgraduate education
leading to an award or qualification that is relevant to
the practice of nursing and/or midwifery.
For further information on requirements see the Board’s
Recency of practice registration standard which can be found
at Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia - Home
In a nutshell, yes, your experience is great.
- Aug 12, '12 by pinkmarjattheERHi! I received my offer letter from IHNA Melbourne for February 2013 intake and will be paying the enrolment fee of aud$1,500 this week. For those who are asking, these are the fees that should be paid:
accommodation(required)12weeks, fully furnished 2bedded room w/ common dinning&kitchen: aud$3000
I emailed them and asked if I could take an earlier intake, January 2013 perhaps.
For those who going for the said intakes, don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com, maybe we could help each other out
- Aug 12, '12 by yourprincessHelp! It's almost 6months and still waiting for my loe. ahpra keeps on assigning different case officers handling my application. Current email said it's under assessment yet 4months before, i already received it's for final assessment. anyone experienced d same.?ugh! Hope i would be lucky just like everyone else here
- Aug 12, '12 by nursemajeeQuote from yourprincessYourprincess, where did you send your application?Help! It's almost 6months and still waiting for my loe. ahpra keeps on assigning different case officers handling my application. Current email said it's under assessment yet 4months before, i already received it's for final assessment. anyone experienced d same.?ugh! Hope i would be lucky just like everyone else here
To everyone, where do you think is the best place for me to submit my application?
I was hoping I could submit my papers to the office which would treat my application promptly.