|Written by aureus|
|Tuesday, 29 November 2011 08:01|
Karla Monikka to Aureus Manpower II
Yes, many thanks Sir Archie and Mam Bev! The journey is not smooth and easy but God is faithful. I learned there are lots of Aureus babies here! which means, you can really deliver! no doubt about it! thank you for all your help! God speed! hope to visit you again when I go home, God willing..
Norma Cabanos Arrieta posted to Aureus Manpower II
Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Archie Redula and Aureus Manpower II staff. My daughter, Karla Monikka, left last October 4, 2012 to undergo her CAP in Dunedin, New Zealand. We were adamant then being uncertain of what the future has in store for her. But, with faith in God and trust in your judgment that "she is marketable", we took the plunge. She reached her destination safely and undertaken the Program without ado. Along the way, she encountered good people...people who helped her in various ways that eventually made her life in NZ easy, enjoyable, productive and oblivious of home sickness. She is now on her sixth month, a full-fledged NZRN and just awaiting for her 1st working day comes April 2. From my family, I thank you from the bottom of my heart in making KarlaMonikka's dream a reality. God speed! May you continuously serve as instrument in fulfilling dreams of countless Filipinos.
Dear Sir Archie,
PRAISE THE LORD JESUS CHRIST!!!! Indeed, God answers prayers and nothing is impossible to Him. I praise God for using AMAC in making this dream a reality. Sir, me & my entire family wanted to THANK YOU for all your support. Thank you that you let God use you as a channel of blessings to others. Sir, I'm so excited about this news and please do inform Ma'am Fe about the ticket. The 3 of us (me, June San Pedro & Ana Chariz) wanted to travel together on Oct. 5 (Oct. 8 is our orientation day). We will all meet in Manila prior to departure. May I also request about the evaluation forms to be given to my preceptors or CAP provider, wala po ako copy and kindly attach it to my original documents. I will also send you the final payment within this week po! Again, thank you!!
Vivian L. Moncal
To Sir Archie and Mam Bevs,
Good pm po!
When I started my AMAC journey on December 2010 through the inspiration of a good friend who is now in Australia (thru AMAC also), I was more than determined to make it work. My IELTS then was about to expire and RN jobs in the Philippines were scarce. I really needed to make it.
Aside from my day job, I was also mid way on my Masters. It was not difficult for me to manage both because I was living in the comfort of my family's care. Life in the Philippines was good even if we have less.
When I first rang Sir Archie I already felt I am up for the challenge. My IELTS was quite high, my experience was good and my motivations were limitless. However, my resources was low. Regardless of my financial capacity to undergo the CAP, I had that faith in myself and the people around me that I can do it. Moreover, my faith in God made me stronger to pursue it.
My NCNZ application was a breeze. I believe my applications in UK which did not bear much fruit set me up for this process. The tough part of my NZ dream is the search for a CAP school. I was not only competing with other Pinoy RNs but also against other international nurses. CAP schools had set a higher criterion for their potential students.
That fateful day of November 2011 when I received my CAP intake schedule is a day I will never forget. It was a lazy day, taking my time to get up from bed when two text messages startled my still sleepy being. It was the good news of my CAP schedule in 2012.
I immediately told my benefactors :) happy (my family and friends) about this development to my NZ dream and they immediately gave their full support. I was deeply elated to find out the number of people who are willing to lend a hand for my CAP. A friend in NZ readily made sure I will be taken cared of when I arrive in Auckland. Another friend gave her contact details and offered her assistance if the need arises. I truly believe in God sending me angels disguised as my friends.
AMAC took care of all my paper works from the initial NCNZ application to CAP slot approval until my NZ Visa approval and plane tickets. I feel very lucky to have chosen AMAC to represent me. It was a very convenient application as I only have to email my documents, make several phone calls and bank transactions to complete the process.
The first and only time I visited the AMAC office is when I picked up my passport a day before my scheduled flight to NZ. My hometown is 8 hours by bus to Manila. The warm welcome I received from your staff and you Sir/Ma'am are very well appreciated.
The CAP was not difficult but it was not also a breeze. The difficult part of the journey is having to wait for a job offer after some interviews while looking at your new friends (CAP classmates) accepting job offers on their first and only interview. :)) laughing
Buti na lang po pinalaki ako na huwag mainggit sa ibang tao at matutong mag antay sa pagpapala ng Diyos. I almost felt pity for myself but my faith in God gave me the strength to overcome all the hardships.
First week ko po ngayon sa unang work ko bilang RN dito sa NZ. Gaya po ng sinabi ko sa CAP graduation namin, "I will not take all the credit. I owe a lot from people who have faith in me to go through this course. I owe it to my mentors." I owe it to AMAC.
Sir/Ma'am maraming maraming salamat po!
You just made another dream come true. God bless you po and your staffs and family.
Arrived New Zealand April 2012
TWO WEEKS: DEFINITELY IT'S TRUE!
Thank you so much AMAC!
Too Good to be true? BELIEVE me, because Good thing's are Happening with AMAC!....
Maam Bev's and Sir Archie Maraming Salamat poh and God Bless....
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Napier, New Zealand
A Simple Token of Gratitude...
by Niz Zy on Friday, May 25, 2012 at 4:17pm ·
This note is wholeheartedly dedicated to the people who guided me in every step of achieving my New Zealand Journey...
Just like any other individual, I desired to be provided with the opportunity to widen my horizon but I know that this is rather a daunting task and I do not know exactly where and how to start. There are a lot of agencies but how will I make the right choice? I prayed and it seemed that God directed me to discover Aureus Manpower and Consultancy Agency. When I first got on the phone with Sir Archie, I know that their main aim is to help nurses like me. The people here are very accommodating and patient despite the fact that they get bombarded with a variety of inquiries from applicants. They showed dedication in their vision, I remembered Sir Archie being up early in the morning just to keep me updated. Moreover, they really value HONESTY and INTEGRITY. A predicament that confronted them regarding one of their previous staff did not stop them from doing what is RIGHT, they could have denied and hide the truth but they did not instead they faced their responsibility and responded appropriately to the difficult situation amidst them. Now, I am already here in New Zealand and just finished my CAP last week and soon just like any other AMAC Nurses before me, I will be a New Zealand Registered Nurse. All of these will not be possible without my AMAC Family, I wish to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude for all the things you have done to make my dreams into a REALITY. And as my New Zealand Journey continues, I will forever be indebted to everyone at AMAC. Thank you po sa inyong lahat! More power! God bless! Looking forward to see you again diyan sa office nyo po...:)
Auckland, New Zealand
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