Many Filipinos are dreaming of working and living abroad, but there are a lot of hindrance and little knowledge on how to apply for work are given to most of the aspiring individuals.
Understanding the correct process prevents hopefuls from fulfilling their dreams of building a successful career in other countries. Many Filipinos would love to work and live in Australia, if only they knew the best ways possible to start a nursing career in the Land Down Under.
Yes, this article is for nursing professionals who would like to create a brighter future in Australia, and Aide Australasia (AA) can have significant questions answered during the free 2-hour seminars in Manila hosted by AA, an assistance immigration diversity employment organization that aims to help Filipino and other professionals within the Southeast Asian region achieve their dream to work and live in Australia.
The free seminars, which are scheduled on Friday, July 24, 2015 at the Binhi ng Kalayaan Building at the Rizal Park (Luneta), will accommodate only PRC –registered nurses and address their questions on how they can start their journey.
Aide Australasia is led by Filipino-Australian Ms. Joie Lacson, a registered nurse with 26 years of experience in the Australian workforce. Her first-hand experience has made her realize that there is not one organization that can help Filipino nurses go through the whole process smoothly. That is when she decided to establish Aide Australasia, the first organization to offer a full-service delivery program and the support of knowledgeable and experienced experts in helping other professionals achieve their Australian dream.
“My personal experience in migrating to Australia as a nurse has taught me that the concern is not limited to just knowing about the job requirements. It is also about the difficulty of looking for assistance in getting into the right school, understanding the different visas, securing the professional license, acquiring residency, and even looking for a place to live.
Being away from your loved ones in the Philippines is also a big factor. This is why our mission in Aide Australasia is to provide service as a one-stop-shop service to assist and provide guidance to eligible professionals all these steps, and much more. Our objective is to help our Filipino nurses every step of the way,” said AA Director Joie Lacson.
With these in mind, Aide Australasia has aligned and secured accreditation with all the relevant government and private organizations in Australia necessary for a smooth process for qualified Filipino nurses. This list includes key schools and universities in every Australian state, including New South Wales University, Flinders University, University of Adelaide, and Melbourne University.
During the seminars, which Aide Australasia is hosting for free, the AA Australian team of experts will give all the necessary information and conduct spot assessments for the participants.
Each two hour session- one in the morning, one in the afternoon – will accommodate a limited number of participants. To be able to book a seat to the FREE AA Seminar, you may request for a Pre-registration form through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 998-2790. You can also send an SMS request (text message) to 0917-5324780.
For more information on how Aide Australasia can help fulfill your goal of living and working in the Land Down Under, please visit www.aideaustralasia.com .
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