St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 5

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  mikelui profile page
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    Quote from annnie
    Hello,

    I went this afternoon to SLMC-GC at Manpower Planning and Staffing Office located at Basement 1 to submit my resume and a copy of my board rating certificate.
    Right then and there I was given an application form to fill out then they gave me a 15-minute written exam.
    After waiting for about 10 minutes for the result, they called me up in the waiting area for the interview with the HR specialist.
    I waited for another 10 minutes for them to be able to evaluate my application.
    Then they told me that I am qualified to become PGNT.
    The HR assistant requires me to bring my requirements on Friday 20 July.

    Just go there and submit your resume. God bless everyone!
    wow! congrats ma'am! may i know ur board rating ma'am? how did you get at the Manpower and staffing office? i thought we are only allowed to pass our credentials outside at the guard beside ER i think.
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  2. Visit  Sunsetjace profile page
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    Hi! I personally went to slmc gc this afternoon but unlike @annie i was only instructed to left my credentials at the entrance with the lady guard. Usually how long does it take to wait? Thaanks a lot!
  3. Visit  annnie profile page
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    I entered SLMC GC from the Patient's Parking Area, Basement 2, maybe that is the reason why I was able to directly get there at the Manpower Planning and Staffing Office located at Basement 1.
    Luckily I was the only applicant for PGNT that afternoon.

    As much as possible, go at their office directly so they can process your application right away.
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  4. Visit  jocasanovarn profile page
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    Wow! that's good for you annnie. =) were they able to mention the final dates for submission and on what day will they be starting the batch 4? i'll arrive in manila by Wednesday next week. . i hope they don't have a 'cut-off' period on receiving applications. . do they? and when would it be if i may ask. =) thank you guys! need big help and prayers. =)
  5. Visit  annnie profile page
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    The orientation for batch 4 PGNT will be on 3 August Friday.
    I think they do not have any deadline for submission of applications.
    In case you were not able to submit yours before the start of batch 4 PGNT then I think most likely you be will part of batch 5 PGNT if you are qualified.
    Try also on applying at SLMC QC.

    **FYI they still have ANSET at SLMC GC. Free training. Ancillary Nurse.
    God bless us all.
  6. Visit  Sunsetjace profile page
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    Hi annie! Same requirements ba for ANSET? I wasnt able to enter the building kase sbe nung guard ibigay lang sknila yun papers..
  7. Visit  annnie profile page
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    Ooops sorry it is NSET pala.
    I had a conversation kasi with one of the applicant and he said it is ANSET haha anyway I do not know what are the requirements for that certain training. I am sorry.
    Maybe you should just call the MPS office to inquire for the requirements.
    +632 789 7700

    I encourage everyone to try. Basta you have 80% or higher board rating then go submit your application.
    God bless us all.
  8. Visit  cheezy_curls profile page
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    Quote from annnie
    Ooops sorry it is NSET pala.
    I had a conversation kasi with one of the applicant and he said it is ANSET haha anyway I do not know what are the requirements for that certain training. I am sorry.
    Maybe you should just call the MPS office to inquire for the requirements.
    +632 789 7700

    I encourage everyone to try. Basta you have 80% or higher board rating then go submit your application.
    God bless us all.
    You've heard it right. ANSET and NSET are both FREE, they are just different in terms of nature of the training itself. ANSET is under the DAS - Division of Ancillary Services. If you undergone this training then you will be deployed to areas like wellness section, dialysis center etc. WHILE-----

    NSET is under the DON - Division of Nursing. You'll be able to have this training if you successfully passed the PGNT (paid training). After this, you will be deployed to areas like ICU, OR, DR, and General Nursing Unit.
  9. Visit  annnie profile page
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    Ahh. Okay. Thank you so much cheezy_curls for the information.

    May I know how is your training?
    Please kindly share some of your experience at SLMC.
    Thank you so much. God bless.
  10. Visit  shinanigan profile page
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    Thanks for the info! How was the training!?

    When I was applying, I saw a group of trainees from the previous batch that they were being absorbed or pulled out eventhough they're just about a month in the PGNT. Lucky for them!

    Cheezy_curls, can you give us an overview what PGNT is all about!?
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    How did you know that they were absorbed? I mean, were you able to ask one of them?
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    Quote from cheezy_curls
    How did you know that they were absorbed? I mean, were you able to ask one of them?
    They we're lead by a nurse which I guess was a proctor!? They were asked to wait outside the HR room. One of them approached an applicant beside me, which I think they're friends. Then I just heard that they we're pulled out from the training.

    I think they're about 10. All girls but one.
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  13. Visit  kayern07 profile page
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    Hi guys! You can do some backreading to know more about the PGNT program.

    As you all know, there are 3 phases. It will be discussed on your first day. Might as well wait for what the trainers will tell you because they might revise or change the program. Our batch is some kind of an experimental one. They might use the old ways, we'll never know. For now, congratulations to those who were initially screened and passed, and to those waiting for the SMS the HRD will send, good luck! Prayers can move mountains anyway. I hope we'll bump with each other soon!

    PS:
    Just a tip, you must possess the right attitude because it is one of the biggest factors in passing the program. Know thy limitations, be humble and always maintain your dignity. Cheers!
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