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Nursing and Midwifery board of Australia (NMBA) Nursing Registration Process In Australia

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Nursing and Midwifery board of Australia (NMBA) Nursing Registration Process
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Nursing and Midwifery board of Australia (NMBA) Nursing Registration Process
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Nursing Registration Process In Australia

Are you an internationally qualified nurse or midwife (IQNM) intending to start your career in Australia? To achieve your dream, firstly you need to register yourself with Nursing and Midwifery board of Australia (NMBA). Thereafter, you must apply for a visa issued by the Australian government.What is the OBA?

The Outcomes Based Assessment (OBA) is an assessment for overseas registered nurses where they become eligible to undertake two examinations to attain the nursing registration in Australia. The first exam is the NCLEX-RN and the second is the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).

Course Fee

  • NCLEX-RN: $2000 AUD
  • OSCE: $2500 AUD
  • Payment plan available

Intake Dates

  • NCLEX-Elite 24th January
  • NCLEX-Comprehensive 14th February
  • OSCE 14th February
  • Call us for flexible training options

 NMBA steps to begin my registration

SELF-CHECK

Step 1All Nurses need to submit their qualification information at the Self-check.

Self-Check

Step 1

PAY IQNM ASSESSMENT FEES

Step 2

Pay the assessment fees of $640 AUD.

Pay IQNM Assessments Fees

Step 2

OEIANTATION PART 1 (Online Learning)

Step 3

Attend a 1 hour e-learning module on AHPRA’s portal.

Orientation Part 1

Step 3

PORTFOLIO

Step 4

Upload all your identity, qualification documents duly attested as per AHPRA guidelines.

Portfolio

Step 4

NCLEX – RN/ MCQ EXAM

Step 5

National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is an online examination conducted through Pearson VUE test centres in most of the countries. The fees for this exam is USD $350 (approx. AUD $505)

NCLEX – RN/MCQ Exam

Step 5

OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination)

Step 6

OSCE is a practical examination conducted by Adelaide Health Simulation Centre. The fees for this examination is $4000 AUD.

Objective Structured Clinical Examination

Step 6

APPLY FOR REGISTRATION

Step 7

Pay the registration fees of $475 AUD and apply for registration.

Apply for Registration

Step 7

ORIENTATION PART II

Step 8

This e- learning module must be completed within the first 6 months of becoming a registered nurse in Australia.

Orientation Part II

Step 8

Examination To Enroll NMBA

This page contains detailed information regarding the examination process for enrolled nurses, registered nurses and midwives.

Multiple choice question exam (MCQ)

The multiple-choice question (MCQ) exam assesses the candidate’s professional knowledge. There are separate exams for internationally qualified nurses and midwives (IQNMs) intending to register in Australia as a registered nurse (RN), enrolled nurse (EN), or midwife:

Objective structured clinical exam (OSCE)

The Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) is a clinical exam to assess whether candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills and competence of a graduate-level nurse or midwife from an Australian NMBA-approved program of study.

Applicable Policies:

NMBA Fees for nurses and midwives Registration

chedule of fees effective 30 July 2021

ItemNational fee ($)Rebate for NSW registrants ($)Fee for registrants with principal place of practice in NSW ($)
Application fee for general registration3090309
Application fee for recent graduates that have completed, in the two years prior to the date of application, an approved program of study leading to registration as a nurse or midwife (excluding bridging programs and re-entry to practice programs)90090
Application fee for provisional registration3090309
Application fee for non-practising registration36036
Application fee for endorsement of registration1750175
Application fee for fast track application60060
Registration fee for general registration1800180
Registration fee for provisional registration1800180
Registration fee for non-practising registration36036
Late renewal fee for general registration30030
Late renewal fee for provisional registration30030
Late renewal fee for non-practising registration505
Replacement registration certificate20020
Extract from the register10010
Copy of the register (if application is assessed as in the public interest)2,00002,000
IQNM assessment (assessment and orientation)6400640
Multiple choice question (MCQ) exam for IQNM (Enrolled Nurse)250250
Objective Structured Clinical (OSCE) for IQNM* 4000 0 4000
IQNM Initial assessment review 300 0 300
IQNM Preliminary (internal) review 575 0 575
IQNM Tertiary (External) review 2500 0 2500
Verification of registration status (Certificate of Registration Status)50050

*An internationally qualified nurse and/or midwife (IQNM) must successfully complete Orientation Part 1 and a multiple choice question (MCQ) exam prior to the OSCE, fees for the Registered nurse and midwife MCQs are set by the MCQ provider.

Please note that:

  • On the initial registration, both an application fee and a fee for annual renewal of registration apply.
  • There are no fees for the registration of students.
  • No application fee applies when changing from general registration type to non-practising.
  • A fee applies when applying for non-practising registration and no general registration type is currently held by the applicant.

NMBA Online applications For Nurse and Midwives

Online applications for registration as a nurse and/or midwife are available to:

  • final-year students¬†that¬†are due to¬†complete within the next six weeks an Australian-approved program of study, or
  • graduates that have¬†completed an Australian-approved program of study within the last two years,
  • Midwives who hold a current annual practising certificate with the Midwifery Council of New Zealand and who are applying for registration in Australia under the provisions of the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act, or
  • Nurses who hold a current annual practising certificate with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and who are applying for registration in Australia under the provisions of the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act.

Already registered?

If you are currently registered as an enrolled nurse and are due to complete or have completed an Australian-approved program of study that will qualify you for registration as a registered nurse or midwife, you can apply for registration online via our online services portal.

For all other registration types please use the following downloadable forms for the nursing and midwifery professions.


Registration forms

Renewal of registration

Online application for renewal of registration opens six to eight weeks before your registration expires. AHPRA will send you a reminder when your registration is due. Look out for this as confirmation that online renewal is open.

If you do not renew your general or non-practising registration by 31 May each year, or within the following one month late period, your name will be removed from the national register of practitioners and your registration will lapse in accordance with the National Law.

General registration

If you are not eligible to apply online, please use the appropriate form below. These forms are for Australian qualified nurses or midwives, or those that have previously held registration in Australia.

Internationally qualified nurses and midwives

If you are an internationally qualified nurse or midwife seeking general registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) and have not completed an NMBA-approved bridging program or not currently registered and licensed to practice as a nurse or midwife in New Zealand, please visit Internationally qualified nurses and midwives for information on how to progress to general registration.

If you are an internationally qualified nurse or midwife seeking general registration with the NMBA after successfully completing an NMBA-approved bridging program, please apply using the following form:

Re-entry to practice and provisional registration

Review of conditions or undertakings

Notations

Non-practising registration

If you currently hold general registration, you can apply for non-practising registration using online services. Log in to your account to apply.

If you currently hold registration without an annual practising certificate with either the Midwifery Council of New Zealand or Nursing Council of New Zealand and are applying for registration in Australia under the provisions of the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act, you can apply online for non-practising registration.

If you don’t currently hold general registration, you can apply for non-practising registration by using the ANPC-40 form:

Agent authorisation

Surrender of registration

Excluding information from the public register

If you believe that publishing information about you on the public register would pose a serious risk to your health or safety, you can apply to exclude information about you from the public register. Please use the form below.


Endorsement forms


Form – English language skills

This form is to be used, upon request by The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), to demonstrate English language competence where the applicant has provided incomplete or inaccurate information in their online application.

Document namePDFDocument date
English language skills requirement form РTELG-40PDF (379 KB)27 May 2020

Supplementary information

Information about supporting documents required for registration is provided below.


Common application forms

See Common Application Forms for a complete list of forms that are not specific to the actual registration process.


Complaint or concern (notification)

To notify AHPRA about your concerns regarding a health practitioner, go to Complaints or concerns.

NMBA Supporting documentation

When you apply for registration as an enrolled nurse, registered nurse or midwife, you will need to send the following supporting documentation to AHPRA to complete your online or paper application for registration: The information below is also relevant all applications for registration as a nurse and/or midwife in Australia.

The NMBA and AHPRA rely upon supporting documentation submitted with your application form to accurately assess your application for registration. Please ensure that all supporting documentation meets the AHPRA certification and translation guidelines.

The NMBA views fraud very seriously and will carefully review the evidence you provide to support your application. If you provide false or misleading documents with your application, the NMBA will refuse you registration because you are not a fit and proper person for general registration.

1. Evidence of Identity

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2. Change of Name (if applicable)

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3. Academic Qualifications

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4. Registration History

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5. Work History

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6. Criminal History (if applicable)

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7. English Language Skills

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8. Impairment Details (if applicable)

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9. Current Suspension or Cancellation Details (if applicable)

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10. Previous Cancellation, Refusal or Suspension Details (if applicable)

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11. Conditions, Undertakings or Limitations Details (if applicable)

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12. Disqualification Details (if applicable)

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13. Conduct, Performance or Health Proceedings Details (if applicable)

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14. Important accreditation requirement for internationally qualified nurses and midwives

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NMBA Professional Codes & Guidelines

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia approves:

to provide guidance to the professions. These also help to clarify our views and expectations on a range of issues.

NMBA FAQ

What is the role of Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA )?
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) undertakes functions as set by the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law). The NMBA regulates the practice of nursing and midwifery in Australia, and one of its key roles is to protect the public.
How do I verify a nursing degree in Australia?
You must demonstrate the required score in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Occupational English Test (OET) for Nurses, Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) iBT. You only need to pass one of these tests, not all of them.
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