Nurses are in high demand in Australia. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) is the skill assessment authority of the Nurses and Midwives. If you wish to work as a Nurse in Australia, you need to be registered as a Nurse through Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). AHPRA requires all applicants to have a recognised Nursing qualification and to meet their English language requirement.
If you have a recognised nursing qualification and meet the English language requirement, then you can apply for registration to AHPRA. Registration would enable you to apply for a modified skill assessment. However, Overseas nurses may be required to complete a Competency Based Assessment such as Program/Bridging Program in order to be able to meet this requirement. These courses must be completed either all or in part in Australia. The requirement to complete such a program will be determined at assessment. Once this course is completed and English language requirement is satisfied, applicants can apply for Registration as a Nurse in Australia.
The following Nursing occupations are currently on the MLTSSL list:
|Nurse Practitioner||Registered Nurse (Aged Care)|
|Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health)||Registered Nurse (Community Health)|
|Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency)||Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)|
|Registered Nurse (Disability and Rehabilitation)||Registered Nurse (Medical)|
|Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)||Registered Nurse (Mental Health)|
|Registered Nurse (Perioperative)||Registered Nurse (Surgical)|
|Registered Nurse (Paediatrics)||Registered Nurse nec|
Some Australian states are offering incredible opportunities to Nurses and prioritising State Nomination permanent residency visa applications for Nurses.
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