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Old 10-04-2018, 03:09 AM
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Skill assessment for Registered Nurses.

An migration agent told me that it's nearly impossible to pass ANMAC skill assessment if I'm unemployed for more than a year. Is it true?

I'm am so worried about it. The agent also mentions that part time nursing jobs don't count as an employment and experience.

I'm a Hong Kong registered nurse who had worked for 3 years from 2014 to 2017. I will be " unemployed for a year" in the next month. I'm hopeless because I can't find a full time job in a short time.
Please help. THANK YOU!


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An migration agent told me that it's nearly impossible to pass ANMAC skill assessment if I'm unemployed for more than a year. Is it true?

I'm am so worried about it. The agent also mentions that part time nursing jobs don't count as an employment and experience.

I'm a Hong Kong registered nurse who had worked for 3 years from 2014 to 2017. I will be " unemployed for a year" in the next month. I'm hopeless because I can't find a full time job in a short time.
Please help. THANK YOU!
It may be getting registration with AHPRA that is the problem.
This is what they state on their website.

'5. Recency of practice
(Applicable to health practitioners applying for registration)

All practitioners must have carried out a certain number of hours of practice, as specified by their National Board, within preceding years of registration.

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