Has it been your dream to travel and work around Australia?
By working as an HCA nurse or midwife, you’ll be able to work across the country or you could base yourself in one place and take time off to travel. Learn more about working with HCA by joining us on from the 18th -20th September to attend FREE Info Sessions with HCA consultants Jemma and Alex in Belfast, Cork and Dublin.
What will we be covering in these sessions:
– Making the move as easy as possible – from assisting you with the best locations to find work into different options available including rural contracts, agency, full-time and block bookings
– Getting AHPRA ready – we know it can be a time-consuming application form to fill out, so we will give you all the tips to get it right
– Information on what Visa you will require to be eligible to work in Oz
-Hear about our FREE FLIGHT offer, referrals, and other bonus incentives
-Q&A time and the chance to network with other nurses
Belfast – 18 Sep ( Starts at 1 pm)
Find us at the Steel Room at The Radisson Hotel Belfast – The Gasworks, 3 Cromac Pl, Belfast BT7 2JB, UK
Cork – 19 Sep (Starts at 1 pm)
Find us at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs – Tivoli, Cork, T23 E244, Ireland
Dublin – 2oth Sep (the First session starts at 11 am. Second session starts at 2 pm)
Find us at Mezzanine Suite at The Ballsbridge Hotel Pembroke Road Ballsbridge, Dublin, D04 D687, Ireland
Jemma McIntyre – International Consultant
After moving from HCA in Australia, Jemma is now based in the HCA London Office where she supports nurses in the process of getting work ready for Australia. She will be able to assist you with any sort of question, whether it be relating to the Australian nursing registration process, right through to the lifestyle or cost of living around the country. Paired with an Aussie accent, Jemma has a bulk amount of general knowledge on Australia that she can provide you.
Alex Ellisdon – International Consultant
Alex has recently returned from a 6-month stint with HCA and he now is working in the London office with the goal of assisting nurses on their journeys over to Australia. He is happy to answer any questions you may have, whether they are VISA based, nursing related, about the lifestyle/social side of living, or just general advice about how to live in Australia without being bitten by something poisonous. Alex is happy to meet you in the London office or he is able to come to you if you are on a stringent schedule.