St. Luke's Global City Training 2012. - page 43

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  muse03scyballa} profile page
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    No biggie omgellieoh my apologies if you think i'm discouraging you.. i'm just a bit surprised that they will be having their batch 9 already.. Well, in our profession we really need to take risks and a big leap of faith.. Just do your best in your training. You'll have St. Luke's on your resume after the training, not bad eh'? plus the photo ops to post in your fb account if ever.. Wishin' you the best..
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  3. Visit  omgellieoh} profile page
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    Quote from muse03scyballa
    No biggie omgellieoh my apologies if you think i'm discouraging you.. i'm just a bit surprised that they will be having their batch 9 already.. Well, in our profession we really need to take risks and a big leap of faith.. Just do your best in your training. You'll have St. Luke's on your resume after the training, not bad eh'? plus the photo ops to post in your fb account if ever.. Wishin' you the best..
    Thanks muse. Yeah, that's why I'm contemplating because it is still St. Lukes. But if another better opportunity opens, i wouldn't be closing my doors. Thanks for the encouragement. I agree with you on the risks and leap of faith. For me, taking up nursing on the first place was a big risk since I opted to shift courses. I remember those times where I thought that I should be better off if I continued my first course. I guess being a nurse is just my calling.
  4. Visit  omgellieoh} profile page
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    Are there any other readers from Batch 9?
  5. Visit  itsmepohla} profile page
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    I went to St. Lukes last Thursday(Aug1) to pass my requirements. The HR only took my resume and board rating then they let me fill up their logsheet. Hoping to hear a call from them and be a part of batch 9 ��
  6. Visit  muse03scyballa} profile page
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    hi omgellieoh For some personal reasons and I can now clearly see that I'm having some senseless rants on my posts, I just opted to delete them... And also as not to discourage our colleagues and to ward off some negative vibes on this thread that I think I started (look, you're now thinking twice on whether to pursue the training) Just don't close your doors to other opportunities around. You're right, many of us sacrificed our previous work, training from other hospitals, and our vacation (hey, we're called to train at the peak of our vacation) just because.. It's St. Lukes Global.. ) May F.Nightingale's spirit guide us all the way in our vocation and our calling.... Happy Weekend! ^__^


    **Ignorance as you may want to call it, I just realized that I can't delete my posts... oh well.. is it just because i'm a newbie? Nevermind..
  7. Visit  pinkgels_simple} profile page
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    still hiring *******?when ******start next batch?
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Aug 8, '13 : Reason: ToS English only, Tagalog removed
  8. Visit  dodoy} profile page
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    While some posts are true with regard to the "absorption" after training, I am somehow disheartened by some posts that put the institution in a bad light. There is no fairy tale, perfect workplace, and our profession is not exempted.

    I believe that as early as the orientation phase, a disclaimer is already being given that the training is not a sure ticket to employment (but gives a chance for selection) so I am appalled how others enter the training and end up being frustrated on how not all managed to enter the next phase.

    Each and everyone of us has to give up on something if we want to achieve something better, and that means leaving a part of our life's routine for us to step forward. It may be the previous job, the perks of having your salary, the less stressful work environment, the list goes on. Is this worth the sacrifice you are about to give? Your call. Only you yourself can answer that. To arrive with your decision, you must have a clear goal in mind and must not waive from the decision you make. The regrets that you will embrace are the only TRUE mistakes you'll do if you don't stand up for your decision.

    The reality about this profession is just opening for many of you here. No, I'm not saying that I've seen it all, and "been there, done that". It is not only there where you'll meet people (whether patients, patient's relatives, co-associates, doctors) who have nothing to say but ****, so please don't make it look like that it only happens there. If you visit around the other forums here, you'll see that many consider this site as a venting area after receiving a bag load of **** from work.

    We all have varying stand on this issue and I respect everyone's take on this matter. Each one has different circumstances in life that directs his/her actions. May everyone be blessed with guidance from the Lord (or your "Divine One") on your decisions to make.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Aug 9, '13 : Reason: changed to all **
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  9. Visit  sabuRiNa} profile page
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    I realized some things as DODOY have pointed some of the posts that disheartened him and I respect the reasons he gave. My last post might have taken all negatively. But I believe I just gave clear realities. It might have few bad light (my apologies for that) like the "**** things" there but I guess it was misunderstood. Yes, it also happen to other institution. I might be wrong in the way I laid the statement just pointing it to SLMC only. I am more of setting the line between the real experiences of few RNs I know who compared their experience in a Public and Private hospital (SLMC as an example). That's why I have mentioned in the last part of my post that I will prefer serving the public hospital as I have been in the same scenario but different institution. It is just a matter of attitude, setting our path and doing our best. Just decide what's best and be where you think you are called.We may have different opinions. I just laid mine. I believe everyone of us do our best to be where we want with the help of God. My sincerest apologies for the disheartening statement I made. God Bless us all.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Aug 9, '13 : Reason: changed to all **
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    Quote from itsmepohla
    I went to St. Lukes last Thursday(Aug1) to pass my requirements. The HR only took my resume and board rating then they let me fill up their logsheet. Hoping to hear a call from them and be a part of batch 9 😊
    I hope you get in! The training was supposed to start sometime in Mid August but they re-scheduled it for September. Maybe they're evaluating other applicants. That's just my opinion though.
  11. Visit  itsmepohla} profile page
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    Quote from omgellieoh
    I hope you get in! The training was supposed to start sometime in Mid August but they re-scheduled it for September. Maybe they're evaluating other applicants. That's just my opinion though.
    Hi omgellieoh! May I ask how long did it take before they contacted you? I heard some applicants received a text days after they have passed. Mine's almost 2 weeks and still got no call.
  12. Visit  spongebob6286} profile page
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    Cant believe they have height requirements. Here it can be considered discrimination and u can complain them
  13. Visit  xyzabcd} profile page
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    They do not have a height requirement. they are just strict on the BMI. BMI must be within the normal range.
  14. Visit  Salman 00} profile page
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    I have back read the thread and someone mentioned I can submit the requirements online, can ask how to do it? Thanks in advance.


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