Nurses Winter in Queensland

Living in Australia
Daytime temperature 22, sun shining, skies blue
No better place to live or work!

Nursing and living in Australia
Experience the big city, bush and outback communities and beach a reef wonderlands.

Queensland offers great climate, relaxed outdoor lifestyle and growing infrastructure
1500 people move to Queensland each week and it is the fastest growing state in Australia.

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  1. GILLIAN HART January 4, 2012 at 10:58 am · ·

    I’M CURRENTLY A STUDENT ADULT NURSE. COULD YOU TELL ME HOW MUCH EXPERIENCE I WOULD NEED IN THE U.K TO BE ABLE TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA AS A NURSE .

    KIND REGARDS

    GILLIAN HART

  2. Hi Gillian,

    In general the minimum experience that is currently required is 6 months. However there are momentary opportunities to get onto programmes designed to help nurses who have qualified abroad and have not yet got any experience. These schemes effectively give those nurses lucky enough to get on them enough experience to then proceed in the normal way.

    Unfortunately getting information about these schemes before they have already been filled is very difficult.

    My advice would be to get 6 months experience in the UK before applying for work. However if yhou have managed to get a contract then you can start the emmigration process and have time to plan your move.

    Please contact our emmigration consultant using the contact form here:
    http://www.nursing-agencies-list.com/australian_visa_migration_interviews.asp

    Good luck,

    Nigel

  3. Tina Nahal May 12, 2012 at 2:06 pm · ·

    Hi a am currently 37 and due to qualify as a nurse i am hoping to gain the 6 months experience needed ideally required as per your reply above, however how long is the process to move to Australia. also how do i apply for jobs there? i ideally would like a job offer prior to moving. also is there support on arrival regarding all the legal registration as a nurse there and regarding accommodation.

    Thanks

  4. Hi Tina,

    I’ll get Dimity, our Australian based Migration Consultant to come back to you on this.

    Kind regards,

    Nigel

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