Getting ready to nurse in Australia can be a daunting and time-consuming process. Unfortunately it’s not as easy as just jumping on a plane. The two most important, time-dependant elements of the process are – organising your Australian working visa and obtaining AHPRA registration.
Not really sure how to start planning your trip? One of the first things you need to decide is how long you’re wanting to nurse in Australia for. The next step is determining how long you want to actually spend in Australia, travelling and
Hey! My name is Cassandra, I’m a Registered Nurse working in A&E from Canada. How long have you been in Australia for? What was the hardest part in getting organised to come and Nurse in Australia? I have only just begun my Australian adventure!
Understanding how nurses are employed in Australia is important when planning your working holiday. Nursing in Australia, like any country, can be done on a range of terms of employment. It’s possible to choose the flexibility of day-to-day work – or you can also
USA student Christine is currently attending nursing school at the University of Tampa, Florida. With travel nursing as a goal, Christine asks a few questions about the possibility of nursing in Australia. How much experience is required? The more experience you have, they better
Heya, my name is Áine and I’m an Irish nurse working in Australia. I normally work in general surgical and medical wards so there’s a lot to see. What made you want to nurse in Australia? And are you enjoying it? For me, I
Hi, my name is Natalie and I am 3 years qualified as a registered nurse. I am from Scotland and currently living in Brisbane. When I first qualified I worked in ED before moving on to a surgical receiving unit that also had 4
Nursing in Australia isn’t as easy as buying a plane ticket and getting a job. There are some very important factors you need to consider before planning to Nurse in Australia. Two factors that are essential to nurse in Australia are – obtaining an