St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 16

by IamAnurse.

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I was just wondering if any one has received a response from SLMC GC about the schedule of PGNT1 for batch 2? I already have submitted my requirements and I have paid the initial training fee just recently but I haven't received... Read More


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    Quote from cheezy_curls
    So, how was the tour? )
    It was tiring! haha. Hey btw, I can't reply to you since your inbox is already full daw. =D
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    Quote from shinanigan
    So you're the one that we saw at animal lab. haha
    I think so! I know some of your classmates. They were my schoolmates few years ago.
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    Quote from undecided/
    Wow. Nice. Congrats! Did all of u make it? When r u going to start with NSET?
    We'll start on October 1. Thank you! Good luck and Congrats in advance to your batch!
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    Hello can someone please provide me the necessary requirements in applying at St. lukes eg. what is the required board rating? do they accept applicants that does not have any clinical experience but does a voluntary work in a government hospital? Thanks in advance!
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    Quote from katkit19
    Hello can someone please provide me the necessary requirements in applying at St. lukes eg. what is the required board rating? do they accept applicants that does not have any clinical experience but does a voluntary work in a government hospital? Thanks in advance!
    All your questions are answered on the previous posts. Happy backreading!
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    Quote from kayern07
    There is an assurance, after you "pass" the training program. There are cut-off grades in each phases.
    Good Day kayern07.
    So you mean that after 'passing' the program, they will consider you to be their staff nurse then proceed to the next level or just for manpooling? is there someone in the previous batch that are already working as a nurse? or there still a lot on the shortlist waiting for their turn?

    For my own opinion, its kinda frustrating even after you trained, paid all the program, spent money everyday, and passed, after all, theres no assurance for you to be hired...

    thank you everyone! all my respect for those in the PGNT! i salute you!
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    Quote from mrjoey
    Good Day kayern07.So you mean that after 'passing' the program, they will consider you to be their staff nurse then proceed to the next level or just for manpooling? is there someone in the previous batch that are already working as a nurse? or there still a lot on the shortlist waiting for their turn?For my own opinion, its kinda frustrating even after you trained, paid all the program, spent money everyday, and passed, after all, theres no assurance for you to be hired...thank you everyone! all my respect for those in the PGNT! i salute you!
    In our batch and with the 2 previous batches, after being able to pass the PGNT, medical, all the requirements needed by the HRD, we will be having different seminars before being a staff nurse so I can say its not for manpooling.

    However, the batch after us is having a different case. After passing their PGNT specifically phase 3, I think they will have a vacation first in order for SLMC to prepare for the upcoming JCIA accreditation.They would always tell trainees that they don't have an assurance (even with batch 1). But as what I can see, trainees who passed before us are already working as staff nurses (probationary).
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    Quote from mrjoey
    Good Day kayern07.
    So you mean that after 'passing' the program, they will consider you to be their staff nurse then proceed to the next level or just for manpooling? is there someone in the previous batch that are already working as a nurse? or there still a lot on the shortlist waiting for their turn?

    For my own opinion, its kinda frustrating even after you trained, paid all the program, spent money everyday, and passed, after all, theres no assurance for you to be hired...

    thank you everyone! all my respect for those in the PGNT! i salute you!
    Hi mrjoey! Yes. After passing the program, the medical, and the requirements needed by the HR. All of those who qualified from the previous batches are already walking as staff nurses. Our batch is just having some inhouse training/seminars before being deployed in our areas respectively. As for the batch after us, they are informed that their hiring date will be on January 2013. That I don't know. Maybe because SLMC will have to go JCIA accreditation on November.

    Everyone was told during the interview that there is no assurance to get hired but where are they now, they're working already.
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    thank you kayern for giving me a view on whats with the PGNT... yeah, your right, i might take the risk as well...
    GODBLESS us all! More power to the PGNT nurse!
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    Hi guys I just wanna ask if I passed my reqts. before a new batch started and I was not selected to be part of the new batch, will my reqts. will be disregarded already?


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