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Old Jul 6th 2010, 6:26 pm
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Does anyone know when the new National Registration Body will be accepting applications I thought it was to be up and running by 1st July ?? Cant find it online am being directed to ANMC???
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hi,
i eventually found the link last night - took some finding i have to say!!

http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/

if you click on the 'forms' link on the left hand side, it will take you to the registration forms menu - if you are applying for an aus reg for the first time you go to the overseas applicants form.
simples

good luck ... seems a tad more expensive than the state boards were!!

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I am in the process of registering and had sent my first few docs to QNC.
Does anyone know if I need to resend or will it just transfer to the new national board?
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I am in the process of registering and had sent my first few docs to QNC.
Does anyone know if I need to resend or will it just transfer to the new national board?

a friend of mine had to send all his again - he had applied for reg with the vic boards and was waiting his ielts results; in the mean time they sent it all back and said he had to apply to the national board now.
not sure if qnc will be the same tho

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a friend of mine had to send all his again - he had applied for reg with the vic boards and was waiting his ielts results; in the mean time they sent it all back and said he had to apply to the national board now.
not sure if qnc will be the same tho

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I am in the process of registering and had sent my first few docs to QNC.
Does anyone know if I need to resend or will it just transfer to the new national board?
QNC no longer exists!
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Came across this today hope it will not affect any of you ..... http://www.theaustralian.com.au/high...-1225901996268
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Am I being really thick here? I've been searching since yesterday the link you gave above, tiredwithtwins, but I can't seem to find the actual darn bit with the application itself, you go on applications and it gives you the standards.
Trying to do paperwork whilst your child is on holiday is a NIGHTMARE.

So, to practice, to be on the register, like I'm in the UK, you have to register with AHPRA, not AMNC...oh, the plethora of expletives I'm not allowed to post here is getting bigger by the minute. I'll take it on the other half in a minute!

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QNC no longer exists!
I know that!
Everone who was registered with QNC is now registered with the new national body - I'm hoping that it's the same for people who were in the process of registering.
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Am I being really thick here? I've been searching since yesterday the link you gave above, tiredwithtwins, but I can't seem to find the actual darn bit with the application itself, you go on applications and it gives you the standards.
Trying to do paperwork whilst your child is on holiday is a NIGHTMARE.

So, to practice, to be on the register, like I'm in the UK, you have to register with AHPRA, not AMNC...oh, the plethora of expletives I'm not allowed to post here is getting bigger by the minute. I'll take it on the other half in a minute!

Help, peeps!
yep, the anmc is the national standards for aus nurse education - when you are applying as the main applicant for a permanent res visa (175/176) you have to have your skills assessed (like any other applicant) and its the anmc who do that. kinda like our nmc deals with overseas nurses coming to the uk.
the ahpra are the national register that replaces the state boards (also kinda like us registering with the nmc and paying our yearly ripoff to keep our pin number)
if you think that lots makes you wanna swear, wait til you get to filling in the forms ...
the overseas nurse application form is second one down ...
http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/en/Forms.aspx

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Thanks Sue!
They're called forms, not applications! and it's on national boards, not on registration. Love it!
HA! Just paid my RCN and the NMC is coming in september....a grand sum of about 300 quid...apparently we can claim back the fabulous sum of 38 qiud once every 3 years, there is a form somewhere, you knew about that?
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Email received from AHPRA today


Dear Ms ****, If your application was being processed by the Queensland Nursing Board, it will have been transferred to AHPRA.



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Email received from AHPRA today


Dear Ms ****, If your application was being processed by the Queensland Nursing Board, it will have been transferred to AHPRA.



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