St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 46

by IamAnurse. | 142,183 Views | 747 Comments

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 JanFrederickAgliam
    WOW! Do you know someone there xyzabcd? i think i also messaged you on the thread for the SLQC PGNT training..hehe..Just 1 day after you passed, you got called-in immediately for initial screening? Wow, kudos to you! While some of us are still waiting to be called after a month? Any special thing you did when you passed you credentials? lol...j/k
    hello there again jan, I do not have a backer at slmc global. what i mean in my prevoius post is that i am going to submit my application at global. will inform anything that i could hear regarding the next batch of pgnt.
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    Any news regarding batch 7?
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    hello guys!! who among you here are part of the pgnt batch 5 in SLMC quezon city?? I heard that this batch is already ongoing or not yet? coz some say that the training will start this coming june instead
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    Oh by the way I just wanna share this info, my friend from st. lukes who is already a staff nurse gave me a brief orientation on how the training goes..1st is the PGNT which has the duration of 3mos (2mos didactic and 1month clinical exposure) then if you guys passed, you will then proceed to NSET that will last for 10 days..and as far as I remember, after nset you will be called for an initial and final interview from the vice president of the dept. of clinical advancement or DCA, after that you will now proceed to ISF which probably means Introduction to St. lukes Family...after you passed all of these they will hire you as probationary for 6mos and will be evaluated on the 2nd and 5th month...that's what my friend told me I hope this would be a great help for you guys..GODBLESS you all
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    Quote from webspeedRN
    hello guys!! who among you here are part of the pgnt batch 5 in SLMC quezon city?? I heard that this batch is already ongoing or not yet? coz some say that the training will start this coming june instead
    batch 2 has just started i think and batch 5 according to my friends who were able to get a slot will commence on june.
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    Quote from webspeedRN
    Oh by the way I just wanna share this info, my friend from st. lukes who is already a staff nurse gave me a brief orientation on how the training goes..1st is the PGNT which has the duration of 3mos (2mos didactic and 1month clinical exposure) then if you guys passed, you will then proceed to NSET that will last for 10 days..and as far as I remember, after nset you will be called for an initial and final interview from the vice president of the dept. of clinical advancement or DCA, after that you will now proceed to ISF which probably means Introduction to St. lukes Family...after you passed all of these they will hire you as probationary for 6mos and will be evaluated on the 2nd and 5th month...that's what my friend told me I hope this would be a great help for you guys..GODBLESS you all
    thank you very much. do slmc qc has the process with taguig?
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    i mean, do st lukes qc has the same process with taguig regarding employment of nurses?
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    seriously?? hmmm...I'm just wondering if slmc qc still has the slot for pgnt this coming june or closed already..hopefully they are still calling applicants until now..
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    yes, the process for pre employment is the same for both qc and taguig...
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    Quote from acs23
    hi kayern07, i would just want to ask if they will consider fit to work a nurse who has a scar on cxr? i believe that i can make it with the 3 phases of the training but i think i should worry on my cxr but i can show them documents that it was just a scar. do you happen to know someone in your institution who has been considered even though he/she has a scar on his/her CXR?
    yes i do. don't be scared.


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