Australian Nursing Practice – Outcome Based Assessment Program

Gateway to Global Nursing

Bridging Program to become a RN in Australia

  • Delivery Mode: On Campus

  • AQF Level: 08

  • Course Duration: 26 weeks

  • Course Fees: AUD 12,000

  • Units: 3 Units

With the growing demand for Nurses in Australia, there is the need for a comprehensive packaged program that will help overseas qualified nurses to refresh their skills and bring them on par with global standards. They will also need to improve their English language capabilities and soft skills in order to excel in the Outcome-based Assessments that they must pass to gain Nursing Registration and practice abroad.

Keeping all this in mind, the Australian Nursing Practice – Outcome Based Assessment (ANPOBA-RN) has been meticulously designed to assist Internationally Qualified Registered Nurses to achieve their dream healthcare career abroad.

They will get up to speed with the practice styles and requirements in

  • Australian healthcare settings
  • get expert training for IELTS, NCLEX-RN, Objective Structured Registered Clinical Examination (OSCE) and Soft Skills
  • simultaneously get registered with AHPRA.


This program is designed to help Internationally Qualified Nurses to:

  • Achieve an AQF Level 8 qualification.
  • Get training for IELTS, NCLEX-RN, OSCE and Soft Skills.
  • Simultaneously get AHPRA Registration.
  • All at the low cost of just AUD 12,000.


Course delivered
by IHM

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CRICOS Provider: 03407G

Technology-rich, innovative learning environments that focus on outcome-driven practical learning are a key focus for IHM.

The healthcare industry is in an era of transformation, and educators in this sector have to innovate to prepare practitioners for best practices and models of care. This is where an education at IHM truly makes a difference. Bringing together the collective expertise of experienced nurses, academics, and clinicians, IHM courses are delivered by professionals with extensive expertise in on-campus and online learning and teaching.


Entry Requirements

To be eligible for Australian Nursing Practice – Outcome based assessment, an applicant is required to:

  • Have completed a Bachelor of Nursing degree or an equivalent qualification
  • Be an AHPRA registered nurse; OR
  • Be a registered nurse with the Nurses’ Board/Council from the country of origin or place of residence
  • Registered Nurses having a three-year Diploma of Nursing qualification and at least three years of experience as a registered nurse are eligible to enrol in this course


Benefits to Nurses

  • The Graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing (Australian Nursing Practice) speciality has been carefully created to help Internationally Qualified Registered Nurses become familiar with the Australian health-care system.
  • The demand for nurses in Australia is predicted to grow over the coming decade with a further 100,000 registered nurses required by 2030.
  • The OSCE exam currently requires overseas nurses to gain a visa before getting the date for OSCE exam. The ANPOBA-RN program will provide student visas to overseas nurses.
  • Nurses can gain OSCE training in Australia with IHM’s simulation facilities and experienced educators before attending the OSCE exam, which improves the chances of success.
  • While continuing two units of the ANP program, students can work in the industry and gain valuable Australian experience.
  • A student visa is valid for 6-8 months, as such, offering the ability to attend OSCE a second time if required.
  • MWT Australia offers a complete student support package for $8000, including onetime NCLEX-RN fees and OSCE fees.
  • The ANPOBA-RN program offers end-to-end services from the registration process with AHPRA to PR/TR 407 visa assistance.


Course Units

Three units constitute the Graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing course. One core unit and two units of specialisation.

  • N9001 – Professional Issues and Policies in Nursing
  • N8014 – Australian Nursing Practice
  • N8015 – Professional Reflection in Australian Nursing Practice


Career Opportunities

The ANPOBA-RN program will enable you to get AHPRA registration. Subsequently, you can work as an RN in Australia in the following job roles:

  • Nursing assistant
  • Personal care assistant
  • Community care worker
  • Support worker
  • Care worker
  • Home care assistant
  • Care assistant
  • Disability support worker
  • NDIS disability support
  • Worker
  • Residential care worker

You will be eligible to work in various healthcare facilities such as:

  • Aged care facilities
  • Hospitals
  • NDIS providers
  • Clients homes
  • Residential group homes
  • Day respite centres

Additional Services

MWT Australia offers a complete Student Support Package including one-time NCLEX-RN fees and OSCE fees for just AUD 8000 (worth AUD 11000).

Services Training Job Placement Assistance

  • Airport Transfer (Pick-Up and Drop-Off from Airport to Accommodation)
  • Accommodation and Community Settlement (6 Weeks from First Entry in Australia)
  • Assistance with Healthcare and Professional Registration
  • Assistance with Migration and Visa Services
  • Education and training services (NCLEX-RN, OET, IELTS, Softs Skills, EAP online)
  • One-time NCLEX-RN and OSCE exam fees
  • 4 Weeks of OSCE training
  • Admission Services for GCAN- ANP
  • Part-time job placement assistance as a Nursing Assistant, carer, or disability support worker
  • After getting Australian RN PIN – Assistance with job placement

Be part of the new bridging program


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