Published Sep 2, 2010
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I don't think you'll 'earn higher pay' if you take cert 3 in aged care while you are waiting for your eligibility. I doubt if it counts as part of a service statement.
bettyboop09, LPN, LVN, RN
Just my unsolicited advice. Australia - need to pass the IELTS, need to do Bridging Program, then look for sponsor. No Guarantees of work and if you can't find work you might find yourself going back home. Qatar - pass the interview, get work as a Nurse, get paid as a Nurse. get experience. Opens more opportunities. Good luck
Ychelle Anne..You need not come back to the Philippines anymore just apply to ahpra for assessment wait for your eligibility and apply for BP..While waiting for your eligibility apply for short courses like cert.in aged care 111 so you get a certificate and can earn higher pay..Then once your eligibility comes out enroll for BP and get your RN license.
You need a work visa to work as an aged carer with cert 111, while studying if you have student visa you can only work 20 hours, once you have finished your course then your student visa finishes. It would be illegal to work if no visa that allows you to work.
Aged care workers are not on the skilled list, how can one apply to work? or apply for a long term business visa?
hi aila CON though is cheaper fee compared to ETEA but there are a some advantages in taking our BP at ETEA.They give you work assistance since they are tied up with the biggest health provider in all throughout OZ.They will also assist us, should we be needing visa extension for 456 visa.I have friends who had their BP at CON and didn't receive any work assistance, luckily they found one in the rural nursing home facility. ETEA can still give us their old rate of 14k,they gave us slot for 20 nurses should you be interested just email me at [email protected] friends and I are sched. for their next intake,we are just completing of health rqmts..It would be nice if we are many filipinos in the group, we can help and support each other.
sent you an email btw. :)
ETEA - in their application form still states that if you did get eligibility before september 2011 that they still require at least an IELTS of 6.5. AHPRA in their new english requirements states that they can ask for the IELTS at any time of the registration process.
I want to ask for your advice, especially to those who had their bp done at INHA.
I am contemplating where to apply for the program whether Perth or Melbourne. My first consideration is the accommodation, I prefer a place which is walking distance away from school. Can anyone suggest a place or have an idea which bp provider has this kind of facility?
Your comments and suggestions will be appreciated.
@dreammeansworki'm pretty much on the same boat! i'm also retaking my IELTS soon (cant wait!) then sending my application to AHPRA afterwards. i'm also looking at the things i can accomplish while waiting for that. goodluck with ur IELTS! hope we can submit soon!
i'm pretty much on the same boat! i'm also retaking my IELTS soon (cant wait!) then sending my application to AHPRA afterwards. i'm also looking at the things i can accomplish while waiting for that. goodluck with ur IELTS! hope we can submit soon!
thank you!! yes i do pray we can submit soon... but i don't have any experience yet,, i'm still hoping to get in to one of the hospitals here..
Guys did you have any problems with your Certificate of Employment? Mine has an annotation stating: This certificate is requested by Mr. (my surname) for overseas employment. My agency advised me that my COE should have an annotation of "reference purposes" or no annotation at all... Will my original COE suffice? or should I follow my agency and get a new COE? Help... Thanks in advance!
Anybody here going to AAON for April intake? Let me know please!
i am just curious about the visa which is 456 business visa with multiple entry. Having a status of it as a multiple entry, can I go back to the Philippines and then fly again to Australia even though I am finished with my BP. I mean, does an immigration officer allow you to spend another 3 months without any "business" to do which in fact, your real intention is to wait for your registration and look for job?
Hi cioman,I have read the guidelines set by AHPRA regarding certification of document many times,but one thing keeps me confusing. According to AHPRA the notary should "Witness our signature". Does this mean that we need to do a signature in front of them which has to be certified and then sent to AHPRA along with our other certified documents? For your kind information, I am going to an Australian Consulate for the certification process very soon. Please help me understand the matter.Thanks in advance...
I have read the guidelines set by AHPRA regarding certification of document many times,but one thing keeps me confusing. According to AHPRA the notary should "Witness our signature". Does this mean that we need to do a signature in front of them which has to be certified and then sent to AHPRA along with our other certified documents? For your kind information, I am going to an Australian Consulate for the certification process very soon. Please help me understand the matter.
Thanks in advance...
I am also a bit confused with this. Where do we need to sign, in the notarized documents?
Hello Everyone! hope someone can enlighten me with this,, I shifted course when i transferred to where i graduated from.. 1st semester of my 1st year i took up BS Accountancy and when i transferred, i shifted to BS Nursing..some of my subjects were credited.. i just would like to know if i needed to get the course outline/description with number of hours and units from my previous school? TIA! :)
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