The ETEA Nursing department has a focus on quality, friendly, holistic nursing education. We believe that competencies are only met when the student knows, above all, safe practice. ETEA adheres to the philosophy of collaborative, non didactic learning seeking to create a nurturing environment with small classes and educators of different specialities as well as extensive nursing and educational experience.
We have a strong commitment to communication, legal documentation and cultural safety in our courses reflecting a depth of trust and ethics sought to ensure client safety.
ETEA’s Nursing department is proud to send the graduates of our courses into the workforce as knowledgeable, ‘work-ready’ and safe, and we have testimonies that support such.
Initial Registration Course (Overseas Nurses) IRON1A
The Initial Registration Course for Overseas Qualified Nurses approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia is a 13 week course designed to facilitate the transition from nursing overseas to nursing within Australia.
The course is accessible to all overseas Qualified Nurses wishing to nurse in Australia who have been recommended by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency for eligibility.
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