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AHPRA application - English education letter help!

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Hi I wonder if anyone can help me.....I am getting togther all my documents for AHPRA and need a letter from my secondary school to say I was taught in English to avoid doing the IELTS. The problem is my school closed a couple of years after I left and I have contacted my education authority where i attended school and they have just got back to me to say they have NO archives of any pupil that attended my school. :mad:I am so frustrated. So I want to know if I can.....

 

1 .Get my school exam 'O' level certificates notarised

2 .Write a statement to say I attended the school and get that witnessed by a notary too

 

Would this be adequate? Has anyone else had any experience of this at all? I would be interested to hear.

 

many thanks

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Guest tandcmum

i couldn't get a letter from my secondry school as altho still there and i culd tell them what year i was in, who my teachers were etc they wouldn't do me a letter as they only kept records for 5 yrs. I asked AHPRA abut this and they told me to do a statutory declaration which i wrote and signed in front of the justice of peace. I have just got my in principle letter from AHPRA so it must have been okay

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Hi Runner

 

Since it was 20 years since I left school, they could not find me either!, I sent certified copies of my GCSE certs and a statutory declaration regarding my education and that it was taught in English etc, worked for me

 

hope this helps

 

TT xx


ENS nomination appoved Nov 10, APHRA app sent 28/1/11, APHRA eligible to reg 12/4/11 VISA sent with pcc, 23/5/11, Medicals 21/6/11, meds finalised 1/7/11, evidence of defacto sent 10/8/11 VISA GRANTED 15/8/11

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Guest runner

Thank you so much for your replies thats a great help.

 

Just one more question regarding the statutory declaration......is there a template for this or is it a statement you write personally saying to the effect

 

"I attended X school from 'date' to 'date' and was taught in English".

 

Thanks

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Guest CarmKa
Thank you so much for your replies thats a great help.

 

Just one more question regarding the statutory declaration......is there a template for this or is it a statement you write personally saying to the effect

 

"I attended X school from 'date' to 'date' and was taught in English".

 

Thanks

 

I just got my nursing board to add in letter of good standing that my training was thru english & that we work thru the english in Ireland.

APHRA were satisfied with that.

Goodluck

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pm me your email and i wll forward you the copy i used TT xx


ENS nomination appoved Nov 10, APHRA app sent 28/1/11, APHRA eligible to reg 12/4/11 VISA sent with pcc, 23/5/11, Medicals 21/6/11, meds finalised 1/7/11, evidence of defacto sent 10/8/11 VISA GRANTED 15/8/11

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Guest claudekelly

hi. good to hear that your application is okay.. can i ask i received a letter from ahpra saying, make a new application as a RN because i am now eligible for in principle approval. what do they mean by that? my current application is for enrolled nurse but they are advising me to change it for RN because of that in principle approval

 

 

thank you

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