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  1. burbeestar

    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    Please update us on your status little_demigod, I'm really hoping to start with the training soon, it's been almost a year since we were oriented as NSET HOPE Batch 3. :) Best regards to all of us!
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    The Medical City

    Has anyone tried to verify with TMC's HR re: the schedule of the next Nurse Training Adaptive Program? I'm seeing some sources here that it'll commence on the 15th.
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    Manila Adventist Medical Center

    Sent you a PM earlier about the details. Your application as staff is different with your application to the training. I applied as a staff prior to taking the program but you can also get recommendation from them after the training if you do really well and get a place in the top 10 - they have rankings by the way. Good luck to you! I really hope you make it. :)
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    Manila Adventist Medical Center

    Philippine Heart Center's Critical Care Training isn't strict with their 1 year hospital experience requirement. They do accept fresh graduates for as long as they do exceptionally well in the written exam and interview. Their barometer for acceptance in the program is a point based system in every requirement you submit, that includes your college general weighted average, board rating, board certificate, etc. Good luck to you Infomaniac88, I took part in their program last August to October 2009 and it's a good investment when your building your experience as a professional nurse.
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    New thread that will lead us to New job and trainings

    @perplexity and iloveGod Is this date confirmed by the HR? I do hope we get to start with the NTAP soon. :)
  6. Please share your insights regarding these two institutions. Thank you!
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    Hello red_08! We belong to the same batch, I also received a text from them last weekend asking for my availability for the training. According to Ms. Meg, we will have to undergo medical exam once again prior but there's no date yet on when the training for NSET HOPE Batch 3 will commence. Let's hope and pray that our training will push through soon. Best regards!
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    The Medical City

    No, I finished the screening process last September. Two days after the final interview, the results were released. The successful applicants were oriented regarding the pre-employment requirements, medical exam and the NTAP. Good luck to you!
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    The Medical City

    I received a text from the HR Department yesterday that the Nurse Training Adaptive Program will push through this November. The exact date was not disclosed yet though for the time being they are waiting for the successful applicants to process the requirements (i.e. pre-employment requirements and medical exam) before the training will commence.
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    Any news on NSET Hope Batch 3's training schedule? I'm also part of this batch but up to now, still haven't received a text or call from the DCA regarding the training.
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    Expect BASIC NURSING PROCEDURES in the Skills Validation Interview. Usual procedures are as follows: - Gastric gavage/lavage - Suctioning - Catheterization - Enema - Wound Care - Blood transfusion - Perineal care - Medication Administration - Starting/Discontinuing IV - Bedmaking - Others Good luck on your screening! Pray hard and let the Lord reveal His will for you! :)
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    Come one, Come All

    That's a really good idea, count me in!
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    G'luck abby0411! Wishin' you success in the screening process! Let us know your experiences, alright? :)
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    I was asked to report yesterday for a training orientation and briefing for medical exam. So far, Batch 3 has 36 trainees. All our medical requirements must be completed by the 23rd of November, there's no definite date yet when the NSET Batch 3 will start. @official02: No training fees will be asked from the successful applicants. Actually, a training allowance will be given for the course of 3 months (75-85 days of NSET), around 75% of the salary of a probationary staff. However, this will not be given to us outright, on our 1st year as a staff the 1st half of the total training allowance will be given and the next half upon the completion of the 2 year contract. @invisible: Thanks invisible! True indeed, I felt relieved after passing the intense screenings. There's no assurance yet even when you reach the training part, but you're one step closer to finally securing a job as a staff at SLMC. When I had my final interview, 7 of us came and 5 successfully passed this phase. In the skills validation, 4 out of 12 made it. In the initial exam, out of 30+, around 12-15 made it. The mortality rate varies, but one thing's for sure, if you make it to the very end, you definitely deserve that slot! :spin: @*Eosinophil*: I'm not sure that they have a particular grade requirement right now. When I passed mine, that was late July, there was no particular rating/ranking/grade that they are requiring before they accepted my application. The screening selection prior to scheduling of initial examination remains unknown. From what I have observed, they encode their data in a computer before contacting applicants. These includes name of applicant, school, board rating, general weighted average, license number, contact nos., etc. It is plausible that they may base their selection on ratings/grade, however, I don't think they would solely rely on that criteria. I know a couple of successful applicants who had below 80, ratings but it did not affect their application. Try to follow up, I went to the DCA to personally follow-up my application, and right then, I was asked to come the following day for the screening. :) Good luck on your application dear! I'm happy to share my experiences with all of you! Good luck!
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    Employment process @ St. Luke's Medical Center (e.rod)

    I'm done with step 3, waiting for my medical exam next week. I may possibly belong to the 3rd batch of NSET trainees, which will start within this month. The screening process has been swift since September, the 2nd batch started last October 21. I took the skills validation last week and had my final interview the week after. You may submit your applications at the 5th floor annex 2 pigeon box HRD, during the time I submitted mine, that was late July, applications were dropped off at the department of clinical advancement. I have this feeling that they really are in need of new nurses since their some of their experienced staff and trainees were already transferred to Global City. Good luck colleagues with your applications! :spin:
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