2/26/17

Solution For Cebuano Nurses Looking For Work in Australia

Dear Cebuano Nurses: did you know there was a Film Festival made by Philippine Nurses Association in dedication to the problems of nurses? 



Ask your PNA Leaders how you can watch those films, so you can support cinema as a tool to improve the working conditions of nurses, such as in educating the audience how nurses should be paid more and how executives in the hospitals who do nothing to improve the system but cause a lot of harm to others should be paid less.

Speaking of nurses looking for work in Australia, here's a solution:


PRESS RELEASE from PRWORKS
l February 21, 2017

Take advantage of demand for nurses in Australia: Enhance Visa
 

Filipino nurses could take advantage of the huge demand for skilled nurses in Australia during the nursing career expo in Cebu on March 4, 2017.

The Australia Nursing Career Expo (ANCE) this March 4, 2017 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City is the second leg of the series of events organized for nurses aspiring to achieve global success through international education and employment abroad.

This event is open to nursing professionals and students, with or without experience.

Featured in this event is Vikram Sharma, CEO and Director of Lawson College and a certified Australian Registered Migration Agent, who will discuss about how Filipino nurses can achieve industry standard qualifications to land stable jobs in Australia.

Achieving employability

Filipino nurses in Cebu will get firsthand information on how they can start a successful career in nursing and become permanent residents in Australia.

Attendees will be introduced to the job ready programs offered by Lawson College aimed at training overseas nurses for employment in Australia.

As an Australian Registered Migration Agent, Sharma will also share about the latest trends in immigration.

Located in Melbourne, one of the most liveable cities in the world, Lawson College has been a partner with Enhance Visa in helping nurses in the Philippines achieve their goals of greener pastures.

“Our aim is the success of our clients. We want to help them achieve their professional goals for a global career through skills training.Our goal is to prepare them for future work in Australia or overseas,” says Sharma.

Why Australia is a good place for nurses? Australia is one of the best places to immigrate. In a recent Social Progress Ranking, Australia is top 5 in 12 countries that offer the highest quality of life in the world.

Three of its major cities are among the most livable places on Earth according to a 2016 Mercer survey. More importantly, Australia is one of the world’s high paying countries for healthcare professionals. Nurses in Australia earn as much as 40,000 - 80,000 AUD a year.



The Australian government has also recently announced the increase in demand for nurses, especially high skilled ones, in the next five years as their aging population continues to rise.

The above statistics indicate that Australia is a good place for Filipino nurses to explore career expansion opportunities. Through the ANCE, Enhance Visa aims to equip local nurses with the right knowledge on how to own this global opportunity.

Enhance Visa has been providing comprehensive immigration solutions to Canada, Australia and New Zealand for the past 22 years. The company seeks to help more Filipinos build their dreams of a more stable and permanent future for them and their families.

For more information on the event, contact Enhance Visa through 0917-799- 7700 or visit the Enhance Visa website at www.enhanceimmigration.com.

2/22/17

Solution to Why Google Developers Group Are Heroes

The Google Developers Group' (GDG) "Cebu Code Camp" at IEC Convention Center on Saturday February 25, 2017 is Google's biggest event yet in Cebu. Click HERE for Program Schedule:



It's a non-profit FREE event where one can learn the latest tech from Google employees in Japan, Korea and Singapore that I hope may help our Cebuanos learn not only how to develop apps, but also learn to have "skin in the game", in which Cebuano programmers pay the price in case the gadgets they invent cause harm to Cebu's cultural, moral and environmental well-being.


Remember in Hammurabi Code where architects are beheaded when the houses they build colllapse? No? Well, Cebuano developers better remember.

By the way, the registration is now closed after 1,000+ participants signed up.

So instead of inviting more Cebuanos to go there and learn the tech that can help us, say, solve Cebu traffic and promote mental health for depressed suicidal Cebuano students, let's instead talk about why Bisaya Short Films thinks Shad, Maurice, Romeo, Frances and other volunteers/professionals for Google are heroes:

1. They are willing to be bashed. 

The online community can be toxic with mentally disturbed people who can't get psychiatric help and who happily hurt you just because they can without real cost.

And yet by organizing events that the world can talk about through social media, the volunteers are brave enough to still put their heads at the top for everyone to throw tomatoes at, so to speak.

In a society where artist Anna Kendrick thinks The Internet is like a burning a car (where we should just move away from it because it's burning), the volunteers still brave to touch the fire.

I also think the "volunteers" understand how some people think that the web can be destructive and harmful because we get way too much information from it.

Too much information means too much noise, which leads to more fallacies that shape government policies and/or destroy lives.

And yet they're still passionate about Google's technologies because they seem to also understand that the web allows small local Cebuano players to get access to a bigger market. Or maybe they just LOVE Google.
So it is Bisaya Short Films' wish that their experts this Saturday can also teach our Cebuanos how not to forget the Skin In The Game concept argued by Limousine Driver Flaneur Nicholson Nassim Taleb.

2. They made public their complete names , photos and Google Info for everyone to use against them. 

Anyone who is dissatisfied for whatever reason by the events they organize can just attack them, like what happened to celebrities Leslie Jones, President Donald Trump, etc and yet they still brave the fire.

Now that's skin in the game. Hands down to them.

That said, watch this video or postmodern short film about Skin In The Game to learn less because less is more. :





2/2/17

Solutions for The Heartbroken from Pooh, Pokwang, Chokoleit and K Brosas

Dear Cebuano Fans of K Brosas, Chokoleit, Pokwang and Pooh: 

Before you read your favorite Valentine novel from James Salter, naay concert entitled "A Funny Valentine" starring Pooh, Chokoleit, K Brosas and Pokwang karong Feb. 11, 2017!


Magsugod around 7:30pm at Hoopsdome Lapu-Lapu City Cebu and tag P350+ ang admission, depende kung General Admission or Gold Ticket imo gi purchase!

Go to any Rico's Lechon branch for Tickets or sa LapuLapu City Hall. Or contact me via comments below or at the contact box sa kilid.

Anyway, ingon sa Great Taxi Driver nga si Nicholas Taleb nga if you need more than 1 reason to do anything, don't do it kay you're just trying to convince yourself to go.

If you're not Taleb and you disagree with him, here are four reasons nga maangay ka mutan-aw sa "A Funny Valentine Concert " this February 11. :

1. Comedy is good for you. Reminder lang ni kay you already know that comedy is good for you and people who tell you things you already know are like people who teach birds how to fly.



2. Naay libro called The Power of Now ni Eckhart Tolle that teaches Cebuanos how to detach from anger and from drama kay kini maoy pedeng rason nganong naay maghikog, mag buwag, mag sinakitay, mangabit, atbp.

Kining tanang kasakit daw nag gikan sa atong pagkahilig ug drama. Ang pagkatawa ang usa nga makapalayo nato sa makadaut nga drama, matud sa libro.





And so A Funny Valentine is a force of good that may help us detach from the insanity and mga kabuang sa atong pagka attached sa drama.

Less drama means less suffering. So watch this show and read Eckhart Tolle's books because I did.

3. Pooh is in the concert, and if you Search Pooh on Youtube and watch him act as Manny Pacquiao, you, like me The Man Behind Bisaya Short Films, would also like to watch him act live



4. Chokoleit is a favorite of Vice Ganda. And Vice Ganda is the most significant change I have seen in the world of Filipino comedy in the last 10 years. #MissUniverse #MaxineMedina



Nagmamahal,
a bad richard

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