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Cost of WA nurisng registration, where can I find out?

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Guest gilbert and sullivan

Hi there

 

Does anyone know how much it costs to register with the Western Austraia Nursing board or where I can find out. I have looked at the website and i cant see anywhere where it says on either the registration form or the rest of the website, am I missing something? I cant be the only person to be having this problem can I? Please help. Thanks

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Guest proud2beaussie

Hi,

I found this-

Nurses Board of Western Australia

 

Level 1, 165 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth

Locked Bag 6 East Perth WA 6892

 

Ph: 08 9421 1100

Fax: 08 9421 1022

Website: www.nmbwa.org.au

Queries about your registration: info@nmbwa.org.au

Fee: WA Graduates $ 99, Other Qualifications (eg. Overseas) $199, Mutual Recognition Act 2001: $ 99 Renewal of Registration: 1 year $ 73, 3 years $197

This is dependent on the individual's birthday. It is best to contact the board individually. Renewal of Registration: 1 year $ 73, 3 years $197.

at -http://www.healthstaffrecruitment.com.au/nursing-board-australia.php

 

HTH

 

N'OZ

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Guest gilbert and sullivan

Thanks very much , I will send them an email.

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I have another question re WA nursing registration. A few time it asks on the form, 'date of last practice' thing is I haven't left my job yet so I am still practicing, so should i just put this month? or should I put my anticipated date of last practice although I dont yet have a clear of idea of when that will be as all depends on how long it all takes, at this rate...never!!!

Any advice be much appreciated.

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Nurses and Midwives Board of Western Australia - Registration Process for Overseas Applicants

 

the link will take you to the page for overseas applicants

 

http://www.nmbwa.org.au/cproot/296/2/04-New%20Nurses%20and%20Midwives%20Act%20Application.pdf - this link is for the application form

 

Documents required:

Provide certified copies of documents required (persons authorised to certify copies of original documents are Justice of the Peace, Notary Public and a Barrister or Solicitor). Documents required are as follows:

 

  • Birth certificate or passport
  • Change of name documentation (if applicable)
  • Transcript of nursing and / or midwifery education. (If you do not have your transcript, a copy of your syllabus from the nursing or midwifery regulatory authority forwarded directly to NMBWA will be accepted).
  • Initial registration certificate(s)
  • Current practising certificate or endorsement or authority to practise
  • Statement of service on letterhead paper from the most recent employer (this may require a statement of English competency - see English competency requirements).

You will also need to request from the nursing and/or midwifery regulatory authority, with whom you are registered overseas, to send the following directly to NMBWA:

 

  • Verification of your initial registration (country in which you completed your nursing and/or midwifery education)
  • Verification of current registration (country in which you were last employed as a nurse / midwife)

 


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I have another question re WA nursing registration. A few time it asks on the form, 'date of last practice' thing is I haven't left my job yet so I am still practicing, so should i just put this month? or should I put my anticipated date of last practice although I dont yet have a clear of idea of when that will be as all depends on how long it all takes, at this rate...never!!!

Any advice be much appreciated.

 

 

I think that I put continues to practice.

 

Ali


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Guest amypup

Hi

Im new to this site, and just starting the process of looking into visa types etc. I am looking for an agent and have just seen a thread you left back in 2009 about your agent. Could you give me the name of your agent? Was there any fees to pay? I didn't realise it would be this complicated!!

 

Thanks:arghh:

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