St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 42

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... Read More

  1. Visit  tmbbong profile page
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    Quote from desperateRN
    Hello Nurses! I just want to clarify that leaving your application to the guard at the employee's entrance or submitting it directly to the HR office does not really make any difference at all. One way is not really faster than the other. It's totally the same thing bcoz before the day ends, the guard will forward all applications to the HR office. Regarding the height requirement (of 5'2"), I don't think this is really true, based from my experience. Since PGNT started up to the current batch, I've not heard such specific requirement. Though the BMI is yet another case. During the medical exam prior to ISF & NSET, they really check your BMI and as much as possible they encourage everyone to stay within a normal BMI. For those who would not meet the BMI requirement, SLMC would give time for them to somehow shed some weight first. I know this may sound harsh but I guess SLMC just wants to hire people at their optimum health as much as possible. Anyway, goodluck to all applicants! God Bless.

    I just heard about the height 5ft2in in a forum and there were people who said that it's one of the things SLMC looks when hiring a nurse. They said that there are people who were able to train but not hired because they're not within the required height. I don't know if it's true so I went here to ask.
    Anyway, thanks for the reply ^^)
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  3. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    Hi tmbbong! I just went there with my friend and clarified the height requirement. Ma'am *** from the HR told us that there is NO height requirement as long as you can perform well. The BMI though is another issue since they are really requiring their nurses to be within the normal BMI
  4. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    To those who had their interview and received a list of requirements, what is the status of your application? Are you in or rather you are yet to be deliberated?
  5. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    Colleagues, is there anyone here who is already confirmed for PGNT Batch 9?
  6. Visit  Greenlass profile page
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    when will be the next schedule of the PGNT in St. Luke's Global because I am planning to pass my resume this week..

    will they have it in September or October?
  7. Visit  sabuRiNa profile page
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    Just a friendly reminder for all the people who are interested to have their training in SLMC:

    SLMC do have bond of 3years once you are hired there. For the height requirement, I believe it is an issue. I don't know with SLMC-GC but in SLMC-QC it is being considered (I know someone from the training dept. staff).

    Some of the ideas, I have gathered about working in SLMC. A friend of mine who underwent the training in GC didn't pursue working there after the 3months training as she doesn't want to be bonded for 3 years. Any opportunities might come anytime within the 3 years. You should consider that before applying there. Plus, I have heard the exposure in some areas don't provide a competent experience. In some of the suites there will barely have few patients. Census of 5 versus 3-6 staff nurses? Sometimes they do experience 0 patient (in some areas). Then, last, you should consider the idea of working with high-class people. Some are demanding patients/doctors (experienced by my friend in QC). You don't want to put yourself in the midst of the training/job and you wanted to resign because of pressure/demand from other people. I am just saying this as far as I have experience, i will rather serve in public hospitals than stay in an environment that demands too much from you. I hope you are getting what I mean. I know a Nurse should be versatile but we have different choices or consideration about it. )
  8. Visit  jriel1 profile page
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    Is it normal or possible for a OB GYN nurse to have a shift on Sunday from 2PM-10 PM, and then have a shift Monday from 2PM-10PM? When do nurses usually receive their schedules?
  9. Visit  sabuRiNa profile page
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    For the shifting, I believe it is normal so long as it is assigned to you. As I view shifting schedule in hospitals not just basically in SLMC. Usually, every week or every month depends on hospital policies.
  10. Visit  muse03scyballa profile page
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    hi guys..when we started, we were about 105, the largest number in Pgnt's history, so far..only 42 got in for the NSET. When we were already in our phase 3, the preceptors told us that our batch is for Manpooling purpose only so we should not expect anything... so here... it's either you take the risk of paying 10k for this training or find a more apt institution in which you should be trained in nursing process. In our batch, we were also put in Ancillary Dept. wherein you don't have any experiences to acquire. No Nursing procedures and the like... hope this open up your minds in what to expect.
  11. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    I am somehow turned off to work at SLMC
  12. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    Quote from muse03scyballa
    hi guys..when we started, we were about 105, the largest number in Pgnt's history, so far..only 42 got in for the NSET. When we were already in our phase 3, the preceptors told us that our batch is for Manpooling purpose only so we should not expect anything... so here... it's either you take the risk of paying 10k for this training or find a more apt institution in which you should be trained in nursing process. In our batch, we were also put in Ancillary Dept. wherein you don't have any experiences to acquire. No Nursing procedures and the like... hope this open up your minds in what to expect.
    Hi muse! From what batch are you? I just got a text from them this afternoon. I was shortlisted for Batch 9. Tentative date for training is September.
  13. Visit  muse03scyballa profile page
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    hi omgellieh!! nah! Actually 8+ out of 1++ passed the Phase 3. 45 got in for NSET automatically and the remaining were still waiting for vacancies. We just had our graduation last July. I'm not discouraging you, it's just i'm surprised that they told us that it's for manpooling only because most of the vacancies were already been filled up by batch 6. I don't know, they said more staff nurses were expected to resign because their 3 years bond will end this december.. I just don't know the real score about this. just a friendly reminder : it's REALLY THE ATTITUDE that counts do what your heart tells you and you'll never go wrong,.
  14. Visit  omgellieoh profile page
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    Quote from muse03scyballa
    hi omgellieh!! nah! Actually 8+ out of 1++ passed the Phase 3. 45 got in for NSET automatically and the remaining were still waiting for vacancies. We just had our graduation last July. I'm not discouraging you, it's just i'm surprised that they told us that it's for manpooling only because most of the vacancies were already been filled up by batch 6. I don't know, they said more staff nurses were expected to resign because their 3 years bond will end this december.. I just don't know the real score about this. just a friendly reminder : it's REALLY THE ATTITUDE that counts do what your heart tells you and you'll never go wrong,.
    I really do hope for the best most especially when finances are hard these days! Thanks for your thoughts muse


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