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- Feb 7, '12 by cheezy_curls@turboman,
thanks for posting those tips, let's hope for the best and most importantly just do every preparation needed right? informative tips and everything will be wasted if we we'll just rely on others, i mean yes it helps a lot of nurses but we must not also forget that it is ourselves who will makes us through on those screening process so we need to exert our best effort, extra PRAYERS and everything. If you're the person who really wants something, then you also must know how hard preparation you need to do.
Good luck to us!
- Feb 7, '12 by cheezy_curlsoh i forgot to mention that the thank you message wasfor turboman and the rest would be to everyone, sorry..
- Feb 10, '12 by NeversmileI wonder if they will really call us those who had the initial interview last feb 9. They said that we need to wait for 1-2 weeks for their call. Anyone here who had their initial interview last feb 9?
- Feb 12, '12 by caisakibumping this for easier reference
Quote from dodoy
The requirements that I can still remember:
- Updated resume
- Passport size pictures with white background
photocopy of the following:
- College diploma
- Baranggay clearance
- NBI clearance
- Board Certificate
- PRC license (front and back)
- Certificate of Class Ranking
- Certificate of RLE
Hope this helps. If I have posted any information that is wrong/misleading, please free to correct them. Thanks and God Bless to all applicants =)
- Feb 12, '12 by eensyweensyanyone here who took the initial exam last january 31, 2012?
- Feb 13, '12 by eensyweensymanyeeka
when did you had your exam?
- Feb 19, '12 by luckystarryQuote from NeversmileHi! I also had my initial interview last feb. 9 @1pm. Any news on your end? I'm planning to call them tomorrow to see if there's any progress. Let's hope for the best.I wonder if they will really call us those who had the initial interview last feb 9. They said that we need to wait for 1-2 weeks for their call. Anyone here who had their initial interview last feb 9?
- Feb 19, '12 by Neversmilehi luckystarry may i ask if you can pm me their number? thanks so we can know any other news about it
- Feb 19, '12 by ianjelTo bunnyRN, allow me to answer some of your questions:1. How many days a week do you have duty?2. How many hours per shift?3. Do they train you for only one area?I worked in SLMC for three years, just Recently passed my resignation. Anyways, their NSET program hasnt changed since then (I dont know this year)..But based on my experience and based on the experience of my senior nurses there and my trainees, we had the same NSET course or program.For the first month you will have a didactic phase, school hours 8am to 4pm or 5pm if im not mistaken, that is from monday to friday That will cover different topics from the basics to the diseases. And also includes return demonstration of different nursing procedures (of course they will teach you first). This is some sort of refresher course which I think is good especially for those who have no experience or for those who have been away from the nursing field for a while. Since you will be oriented in the ideal way or St. Luke's way and you will be using in the demo the same materials or equipments that you will encounter in the hospital, you have to remember everything. After this, you will have different trainings, BLS etc. During the entire didactic phase, you will will be going to SLMC from monday to friday 8am to 4pm. Then OJT phase, you will have your rotation in two different areas either in am(6-2) or pm(2-10) shift and again monday to friday. Guys, im telling you, the training in SLMC is all worth it. So if i were you, if you will be given this oppurtunity to work there, go grab it!
- Feb 20, '12 by luckystarry@Neversmile
I can't send a pm yet, I'm new here. You can try their trunk line and ask them to connect you to Manpower Planning and Recruitment section. I'm about to call the as of this moment.