Physical and Occupational Therapists in Manila attend our orientation seminar in partnership with SRG Review Center

 

MANILA, Philippines — About 150 physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) attended a seminar hosted by the premier review center for Physical Therapy in the Philippines — Sultan Review Group– in partnership with one of the top Fillipino-owned immigration consultancy firms in the country, WORLDCONNECT Consultancy Services, Inc.

The seminar was held on March 11, 3:00pm at SRG Review Center, 3/F Highland Lumber Building, #2213-2219, España Blvd., Sampaloc, Manila.

As the policy change that has closed the doors on Filipino PTs who wish to be registered physical therapists in the U.S. takes effect this January 2017, these healthcare professionals were more than happy to find out there are big opportunities waiting for them in New Zealand and Australia.

 

With jobs in health and social services like on a “long term skill shortage” in New Zealand, the said country has opened its doors to a lot of skilled migrants, particularly Physical Therapists.

NZ Long Term Skill Shortage List (as of Feb 2017) See full list here — from www.immigration.govt.nz

 

Present in the event was founder and president and CEO of SRG, Edmond Sultan, a Philippine and US-registered Physical Therapist (PTRP, RPT), and Registered Nurse (RN), along with WORLDCONNECT executives: President and CEO, Catherine Altarejos, RN; Alfredo B. Ubaña, Vice-President; and Marketing Executive, Aldin M. Soneja, PRTP, RPT, who discussed the pathways for a career in physiotherapy in these countries.

 

SRG CEO, Edmond Sultan, welcoming more than 150 PTs and OTs exploring career opportunities in Australia and New Zealand

 

WCCSI President, Catherine Altarejos discussing to the attendees the company’s services and how WORLDCONNECT can help in processing their immigration documents

William Bromley, marketing manager for Philippines of Edenz Colleges, Auckland, NZ, talks about the school and the programs they offer for international students

 

They were also joined by marketing manager, William Bromley of Edenz Colleges — WORLDCONNECT’s partner school in Auckland New Zealand and leading international educational institution on healthcare, as well as business, technology and multimedia.

A similar seminar for PTs and OTs is set to be held in Cebu. Keep updated for the schedule of this seminar.

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