St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 9

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
    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.

    hello cheezy_curls

    i just want to clarify, you can't go through nset training, unless you passed or finish pgnt? and also does anset and nset has the same requirements? if i were to apply for anset where do i drop my requirements? sorry if i ask too many questions
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    Quote from undecided/
    Hi PGNT trainees! I just wanna ask, how long is phase 1 and phase 2? I back read and one said that phase 3 is about a month but no one mentioned about the duration of phases 1 and 2. I just would like to get an idea on the whole duration of the training. And do we have to pay the 10 k fee before beginning phase 1? Thanks in advance!
    During the interview, the HR personnel told us that the PGNT consists of 3 phases and each phase runs for 1 month. The whole 10k fee will not be paid up front and you'd only need to pay 3k first for Phase 1. After passing phase 1, that's the time when you will be required to pay the fee (Php 3,500) for Phase 2. Then after passing phase 2, you'll pay the remaining Php 3,500 fee for Phase 3. Hope this hepls!
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    are they accepting below 80 of the board rating?
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    Quote from desperateRN
    During the interview, the HR personnel told us that the PGNT consists of 3 phases and each phase runs for 1 month. The whole 10k fee will not be paid up front and you'd only need to pay 3k first for Phase 1. After passing phase 1, that's the time when you will be required to pay the fee (Php 3,500) for Phase 2. Then after passing phase 2, you'll pay the remaining Php 3,500 fee for Phase 3. Hope this hepls!
    Thank you so much for the reply!
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    Quote from desperateRN
    yup, see you! (btw, unfortunately i can't reply via PM here coz i'm not yet allowed,haha)
    How come you can't reply if you just replied to my first message before I sent you another one!?
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    I wonder about the changes they will make in your batch, I'm kinda excited for you guys!! See you all sooooon!
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    Quote from cheezy_curls
    I wonder about the changes they will make in your batch, I'm kinda excited for you guys!! See you all sooooon!
    Exciting but nervous.
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    Quote from ar-en
    hello cheezy_curls

    i just want to clarify, you can't go through nset training, unless you passed or finish pgnt? and also does anset and nset has the same requirements? if i were to apply for anset where do i drop my requirements? sorry if i ask too many questions
    nset is for almost hired trainees, they will not offer it to anyone unless you are from pgnt program assuming that you were able to pass those 3 phases. the hr told us before that the only way to become a staff nurse here at global is to undergo pgnt. of course being an ancillary nurse is a different one, and the process is faster i guess.


    unlike in slmc-qc, some trainees directly undergo nset. i'm not sure if dodoy is one of them.
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    *out of topic* SLMC QC has just started their PGNT. Two preceptees were deployed recently in our unit and as what some are saying here, the preceptees told us that they are to undergo NSET once they pass the PGNT phases. To all those starting with their training, please make the most out of it. Show enthusiasm and eagerness in learning (but at the same time maintain humility). 10k is a small amount compared to other hospitals offering training, but still a substantial amount. Being called for the training is already a big achievement. Value the opportunity given to you. God bless everyone!
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    So if I'm getting it right, if you're now under the NSET, there is still a chance that you'll fail!?


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