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  1. Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines
    ANMAC apparently (it has been reported) that applicants are receiving visa's and points, just with general IELTs.
    Nov 24
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  2. Agency offer New Grad position if I pay $4000
    Was it a university or a private education provider that advertised this agency. Some people refer to the private tafes as universities when they are not. Seems totally against a university...
    Nov 23
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  3. Agency offer New Grad position if I pay $4000
    Are the agencies attached to a education supplier for example: a private tafe, that has nursing courses?
    Nov 22
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  4. Agency offer New Grad position if I pay $4000
    If you are a local, why would you pay? get a professional person that does CV's get help in how to apply and push your qualities and skills to a pr department.
    Nov 22
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  5. Agency offer New Grad position if I pay $4000
    Is this one of these 'traineeship visa programs? I see a couple of bridging schools are advertising that they have a program that you 'train on the job' for a year and even state you get pay (I take...
    Nov 22
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  6. Scope of Practice in New Zealand and Australia
    I have been an RN for past 15 years. I have worked in public and private hospitals in Queensland, NSW but mainly Victoria. This is my experience: RN's are expected to take blood, it is part of...
    Nov 15
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  7. Sydney Childrens
    I am sure either hospitals have RN discovery days where you could ask all these questions, if ya wanna go work there, as I am not sure many on these forums are going to answer all your questions. ...
    Nov 13
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  8. AHPRA Grad Apps
    Degree- 3 years and reports showing study full time from Australian high school over the past 2 years prior to university, I would imagine would be fine. I Registered before AHPRA- sorry, but...
    Nov 7
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  9. Nurse with positive TB Blood test/QuanteFERON test. Will I still be employed?
    Not sure if the respond poster is working in Australia. There would not be large amount of Australians coming up with positive QuanteFeron. Would not be doing any nursing around patients for school...
    Nov 6
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  10. Nursing agency ask money for edu & training
    Sorry to hear. Your wife should be a member of a union for indemnity insurance - as part of responsibilities of registration with AHPRA, the union ANF, should be able intervene and find out about...
    Nov 5
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  11. where is correct english going.
    It was only a rant and I correct anybody who uses the boat phrase, wanna and strayla, my pet hates. If you are gunna (going) to talk to me over the phone, representing my bank, I will not accept...
    Oct 31
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  12. where is correct english going.
    As a speaker of the english language born bread educated in english around the baby boomer time in Australia, I just want to make a statement about a couple of made up words not in the english...
    Oct 30
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  13. experience required for nz registration
    It would be slim then, that you will be considered for Registration as a nurse if you have never had registration as a nurse and therefore no record of good standing. Also your nursing course needs...
    Oct 19
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  14. Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines
    You are treading on very shaky ground. For instance, I am not Filipino, I cannot become a nurse in the Phillipines, can I call your nursing board, racists? Many American states have declared the...
    Oct 15
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  15. Nurse-Midwife Question
    You must apply for a diploma or masters in midwifery and then, depending what state you are applying in , apply for clinical placement for at least 3 days a week. In Victoria these are mainly...
    Sep 28
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  16. New international nurse endorsement requirements
    The ANMF, the Australian Nursing, Midwifery Federation is the union no membership no advice and in reality would not know the ins and out of the nursing curriculum. You will have to apply to AHPRA...
    Sep 27
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  17. Hello
    It can be very frustrating waiting, but then it is a long time to register in many other countries as a Registered Nurse as well, NMC, American states nursing BONS. In the past Australia was very...
    Sep 26
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  18. Hello
    Have a look at the Nursing council of NZ website for international nurses, they have a few criterias to pass.
    Sep 26
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  19. I'm really thinking about going to another country when I finish
    Nurse practitioner in Australia even to be a candidate you must be a much experienced RN become a nurse Practitioner Candidate through an employer and complete a Masters program that includes nurse...
    Sep 21
    Forum: World Nursing
  20. Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines
    [QUOTE=ajamb;8131825] English as Medium Certificate," Have you read the english requirements for nurses from the Phillipines,? this remains unchanged. 5 Years english medium secondary school in...
    Sep 21
    Forum: Nurse Registration
  21. Assessment changes to overseas nursing applicants.
    Well AHPRA, what I thought would happen has, watered down criteria for overseas nursing assessments that is thrown at the Australian nursing curriculum if it fits in some places then positive...
    Sep 18
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  22. Where can I work as an RN in a hospital, for FREE
    I hope you find sonething in acute setting, but agec care is more acute than it was and RN , s working in it who ard effective practitioners are doing acute asssessments all the time.
    Sep 12
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  23. Didn't get into new grad program - what next?
    I will state, yet again, a Registered nurse cannot work as an RN in an Australian health facility without being paid award wages, not only is it culturally insensitive to even keep insisting this...
    Sep 12
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  24. Didn't get into new grad program - what next?
    And I state, yet again, a Registered nurse cannot work as an RN in an Australian health facility without being paid award wages, not only is it culturally insensitive to even keep insisting this...
    Sep 12
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  25. Didn't get into new grad program - what next?
    We are discussing Registered Nurses not students and as Australian graduates have student debts, no Australian would even consider it understanding our culture, it seems to be an idea for overseas...
    Sep 11
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand


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