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NURSE TALK WITH THE EXPERTS

Posted in Allgen Review Center, Board of Nursing, IELTS, NCLEX Application, NCLEX Workshops and Seminars, Nursing Career, Nursing Immigration, Visascreen with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2009 by allgen2008

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Hey y’all! Long time. I know. I’ve been really busy.E4 Events is holding Nurse Talk with the Experts on JUne 30th at the SM Manila Cinema 9.Allgen will be ther too. So, hope to see you all 🙂

For more details please read the article below:

“..Its all systems go for Nurse Talk with the Experts at SM Manila on Tuesday June 30, 2009. Nurse Talk from 10am to 530pm is a 1-day FREE ADMISSION seminar aimed to make a big difference to every aspiring and professional nurse as they target an out of the country practice of their profession. The 6-hour inter-active affair will allow Filipino nurses including nursing students to have a better understanding on what awaits a graduate after college and also familiarize professional nurses on the process for those aiming to work in the US. Highlight of the event is the participation of Atty. Gali S. Koren a professional lawyer based in Anaheim California devoted exclusively to practice U.S. Immigration law. Her law firm is the top choice for the health community and has helped thousands of healthcare professionals achieve their goal of working legally and immigrating to the U. S. Likewise respected speakers from other credible organizations like Dr. Rusty Francisco of NC-CLEX, American English Skills Development Center Inc., British Council & IDP Philippines, HCCA International ALLGEN Review & Nurse Exam Application Center (NEAC) were also invited to conduct a talk on their field of expertise. In long-term Nurse Talk with the Experts via a school tour intends to establish solid partnerships with academic institutions offering nursing courses to equip in advance their students with the necessary education needed to guide them in advance for a possible US nursing career. Want a sure seat for Nurse Talk Seminar visit e4ph.com or call/text us now at 567-1783/0923 to reserve a ticket…”

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4th ALLGEN Open-House – March 28, 2009 (SATURDAY)

Posted in Allgen Review Center, NCLEX Application, Nursing Career, Nursing Immigration, Open House, Visascreen with tags , , , , , , , on March 9, 2009 by allgen2008

Due to popular demand, Allgen The Intelligent Review will once again open its doors to all nurses and/or parents who are interested.

Listen and learn as industry experts guide you on the ff:

1. The NCLEX Application Process, how do I go about it?
2. The Visascreen Application Process.
3. The role of NCLEX and IELTS in the ICHP/CGFNS Visascreen Application Process.
4. Preparing for the NCLEX RN
5. Introduction to ALLGEN

This 3-hour informative activity includes snacks & drinks and is absolutely FREE of charge. If you’re interested, please Call us at (02) 567-2749, (02) 567-0641 or 0918-4688222 or email us at allgenreview@gmail.com.

You may also visit ALLGEN Review Center at Suite # 507, T.M. Kalaw Center. Bldg., T.M. Kalaw
Ave., Manila.

Hurry, the ALLGEN Open-House offers limited slots, so call us now for reservations.
Website: http://www.allgen.net

Souvenir shot of the speakers and the participants.

Souvenir shot of the speakers and the participants.

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Nurses listening intensely to speakers.

Mr. Ruben of Allgen giving a 10% discount award

Mr. Ruben of Allgen giving a 10% discount award

  • Duston Barto of NEAC Exam Application Center
  • Duston Barto of NEAC Exam Application Center
  • Nurse participants enjoying the cozy athmosphere of Allgen's classrooms.

    Nurse participants enjoying the cozy athmosphere of Allgen's classrooms.

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    Are you a “YES” Nurse?

    Posted in Allgen Review Center, NCLEX Workshops and Seminars, Nursing Career, Nursing Immigration with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 2, 2009 by allgen2008

    As I watched the movie “Yes Man” with Jim Carrey as the lead actor, I couldn’t help but look around me and see the silhouettes of the viewers’ faces. I was looking for the not-so bright twinkle in their eyes. That same not-so-bright twinkle that I have. An affirmation of guilt that in each and everyone of us Filipinos, is a dominant “NO” person. The movie inspired me to ask this question to all of you nurses and nursing graduates . Are you a “Yes” nurse candidate?

    1. When you live in Pasay City and there’s an upcoming expo at the Gateway Mall for nursing careers, you:
      (a) call to inquire;
      (b) let it pass and tell yourself there’s more expos to come nearby;
      (c)  Wait for your friends to decide whether or not they will come with you.
    2. When  you’re invited to a recruitment agency’s open house, you:
      (a) Call for reservations right away. Who knows the US employer might be present;
      (b) Say no, they might be illegal recruiters and only want your money;
      (c)  Ask for your mother’s opinion since she’s the one who wanted you to become a nurse in the first place.
    3. When you’ve just  passed your local board exam, your next step would be to:
      (a) Look for an NCLEX Reviewer right away. Time is gold;
      (b) Look for a job right away, what is the value of an  NCLEX score if there’s crisis in America;
      (c) Let your friend go ahead and take her review, see where it leads her, then you’ll decide.
    4. When you read an article in a newspaper and you see a company involved in a Medical Mission, your first reaction would be:
      (a) That’s great! I’m really very interested.Maybe I can join their next mission;
      (b) Publicity,publicity,publicity. These companies are so full of $%%$#;
      (c) I don’t read newspapers. Therefore, I don’t know.
    5. In a one-on-one interview with a representative of a US employer you froze and had a mental block and lost your chance of getting hired. Your immediate reaction would be to:
      (a) Walk up to the representative, explain to her you had a mental block and ask for a second interview;
      (b) Go to the receptionist and tell her you didn’t make it while your cold hands are clasping each other. I’m sure there’s more interviews to come;
      (c) What? Interview? What time is it? Oh my G%$#! I’m late for my interview!

    If you answered “A” to 3 or more of the 5 question then you’re a “YES” nurse candidate. You are not afraid to ask questions. Neither are you afraid to take chances. By asking questions, you learn about the the validity of certain information. You are not afraid to ask for a second chance because nobody will ask for it in your behalf. You will end up in your dream job faster than the “NO” candidate.

    If you answered “B” to 3 or more of the 5 questions, then you are a “NO” candidate. Being a “NO”  doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a negative person. It only mean you’re suspicious of a lot of things and most of it are related to our culture and history. You are intimidated by people of authority, because that’s how our culture dictated us to be. Remember, you are aspiring to work in a country where “practicality” comes first.You’d rather play safe than take the chance. Remember, opportunity knocks only once. If  you don’t try and  find out, how will you know if an agency is credible or not? There are  so many people who wanted to take up nursing but do not have the means. I f you wait  for your chance, it will pass on you. So, try and keep a positive attitude and watch miracles happen in front of you.

    If you answered “C” in 3 or more of the 5 questions, you are in the wrong path. There is still hope for you to change, but you need to weigh your options. Do you really want to be a nurse? If your answer is no, then you need to make changes as early as possible.

    Please comment on this article and let me know if this has been a helpful activity to you. Good luck in all you job interviews!

    The 3rd Allgen Open House was a great success!

    Posted in Allgen Review Center, NCLEX Workshops and Seminars, Open House with tags , , , , , , on January 14, 2009 by allgen2008

    The 3rd Allgen Open House was a great success!

    The event held on Saturday January 10 was attended by nurses and their parents, the Allgen Staff (thanks for organizing the event), NCLEX Master Mr. Alex Imperial, IELTS expert Mr. Louie Nocon and NCLEX Application expert Mr. Duston Barto of NEAC Exam Application Center.

    The 3 -hour event highlighted the importance of NCLEX-RN, its preparation and the application process. It also covered the importance of IELTS, and its application process.

    The Open House conveyed that quality review, effective preparation and the having the right attitude were the hallmarks of a successful nurse candidate.

    Aspiring USRNs should show a high degree of personal involvement in examinations that will define their future abroad.

    Complimentary hor d’oeurves and drinks were served.

    Souvenir shot of the speakers and the participants.

    Souvenir shot of the speakers and the participants.

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    nurses paying close attention to the speaker.

    Duston Barto of NEAC Exam Application Center

    Duston Barto of NEAC Exam Application Center

    Mr. Ruben of Allgen giving a 10% discount award

    Mr. Ruben of Allgen giving a 10% discount award

    Nurse participants enjoying the cozy athmosphere of Allgen's classrooms.

    Nurse participants enjoying the cozy athmosphere of Allgen's classrooms.