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New grad Filipino nurse wanting to work in Australia/New Zealand Part 2

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@ jamic: hi, i have 5 years working experience and presently working in ministry of health in Saudi Arabia. I don;t have ielts yet but I am planning to take the exam in July. thanks for asking? do you know any agencies that help nurses like me? that offers a study now pay later plan? i do have relatives in Melbourne Australia but I am not sure if they can help me with the tuition fee. thanks again.

I've read somewhere in this forum that there were Filipino nurses in KSA who tried the AHPRA route but I'm not sure as to the status of their application now.

Regarding the agency thing, quite few of the forumers took the aid of Phil Management but most of us here did it in our own.

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Hi guys!

I know you've been asked about this like a million times already but I hope you can help me. I'm planning to send my requirements for application to AHPRA ASAP but I'm still not sure with my CV. I hope someone could send me a sample of your CV just as a guide. Please! Please! Please! =) My email is chuvanesska@gmail.com.

By the way, I'm most confused on how to make the clinical/procedural skills and Internship and Observership. I have read on this thread that the head nurse can certify that I can I really do this procedures, I'm just wondering where to put it on my CV or does it need to be written on a separate sheet? And about internship and observership, is this about my clinical rotations/exposure when I was still a student?

Thank you guys! =)

Hi. check this :)

https://allnurses.com/international-nursing/new-grad-filipino-501897-page12.html

Nobody certified my clinical/procedural skills but if you can better do it to be safe :)

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hello everyone!

regarding the Course Description for AHPRA, would having the basic nursing subjects be enough for it? or should i have all the subjects be included ( minor subjects like english, math, chemistry, zoology, speech etc)?

My school only issued the nursing subjects' description :(

also, regarding the vaccinations, plz correct me if i'm wrong:

most schools usually require 2 shots of MMR, 2 shots of varicella, as well as Dtap which is only one shot.. Am i right? thanks everyone!

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Waiting for AAON offer letter for June intake. Interview was on 02nd April.

hello there! which specific school of AAON did you submit your requirements? They informed one of the forumers here that their next intake is on August/September. Was the interview easy? thanks =)

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hello everyone!

regarding the Course Description for AHPRA, would having the basic nursing subjects be enough for it? or should i have all the subjects be included ( minor subjects like english, math, chemistry, zoology, speech etc)?

My school only issued the nursing subjects' description :(

also, regarding the vaccinations, plz correct me if i'm wrong:

most schools usually require 2 shots of MMR, 2 shots of varicella, as well as Dtap which is only one shot.. Am i right? thanks everyone!

only nursing subjects :)

you got it right :) do all of it as soon as possible. it does take a lot of your time. Oh, PPD is included though it's not a vaccine. hehe

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@laydee.rn: they just asked for my passport and proof of address and told me to call the 1300 number after a week. i do called dem after a week but they just told me the same thing. its for final assessment and would take a couple of weeks

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@laydee.rn: they just asked for my passport and proof of address and told me to call the 1300 number after a week. i do called dem after a week but they just told me the same thing. its for final assessment and would take a couple of weeks

Hi Chacha.rn,

has it been more than 2 weeks?

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hello everyone:)

im kathleen,i am a registered nurse without experience i would just like to ask for your help regarding universities in melbourne that offers nursing conversion courses. Thank you:)

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chacha.rn has 2 years experience and specializes in Pedia, MS, ICU.

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@vanessa- im still waiting for it :(

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only nursing subjects :)

you got it right :) do all of it as soon as possible. it does take a lot of your time. Oh, PPD is included though it's not a vaccine. hehe

thank you so much! i got quite confused about it since i've read something in the earlier posts that it has to have both major ad minor subjects ( complete) from first to 4th year in college.

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Hi I just wanted to double check. On the visa application form, it asks for a national identity card. Do I place my PRC details? Thanks!

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thank you so much! i got quite confused about it since i've read something in the earlier posts that it has to have both major ad minor subjects ( complete) from first to 4th year in college.

AHPRA usually do need all the subject descriptions for the whole of your 'nursing'degree, otherwise if all your nursing subjects do not add up to at best a 3 year full time nursing degree, you will not met the requirements of that of Australian nursing degree. Also if you are a 'second'' degree they must know the previous degree and how you were given credit for that degree.

They want to know about your whole degree, not just subjects taken from it...so yes in the past they have required more information on non nursing subjects.

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