I was told by the agency that it was navy blue pants and white shirt, but I don't know if things like pockets are allowed, or if a particular material is needed like cotton. I was actually hoping someone could point me to a link somewhere that has the guidelines, as I could not find this on the nbv.gov.au site. The agency lady I talked to on the phone couldn't direct me to a shop as she did not know.
My package from the agency isn't arriving for a couple of days, and I was hoping by posting here I could find a good shop in Melbourne where I can shop for the uniform clothes.
It was a simple question gwenith, and I thought that on a site where it says, Nursing Discussion Board, I could find the answers I was looking for. If you do not know the answer to a question being posted, then don't post a reply with an accusation of impersonation.
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Again it depends on the institution - when you sign up for agency work you ask the agency what uniforms are required and they tell you - same for the shoes. They don't mind - most times they even include this information in your "sign - on " package. I wonder why you are so persistant in asking thses questions on the internet when they are easily answered in a phone call - the only other time I heard of this happening the person was aiming to impersonate a nurse and was caught out.