How Does an Enrolled Nurse Differ from a Registered Nurse?
While the roles of an Enrolled Nurse (EN) and a Registered Nurse (RN) may often overlap in providing clinical care to patients, the main difference between these titles is that the Enrolled Nurse provides patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Enrolled nurses typically complete a two-year vocational education training (VET) course to […]
OBA Process Takeaway for Internationally Qualified Nurses
Internationally Qualified Nurses or Midwives (IQNMs) who want to practice in Australia should be registered with the country’s Nursing and Midwifery Board (NMBA). To qualify for the nursing registration, the nurse should meet the following requirements: Registration Standards Qualification Assessment Criteria The NMBA will assess and evaluate the credentials provided by the applicant. They will […]
OSCE Exam Preparation Tips for IQNs
The Objective Structured Clinical Exam or OSCE is a clinical exam to assess the knowledge, skills and competence of graduate-level nurses or midwives who have obtained such qualifications from an NMBA-approved program of study (also see Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia), such as the nursing courses offered by ETEA. Generally speaking, the OSCE exam […]
Why Take Courses with Education Training and Employment Australia (ETEA)?
You may currently be looking for the right career for you, based on passions, interests, or the potential of an occupation to give you job opportunities, career pathways, financial rewards and ultimately, a sense of fulfillment. In saying that, you may also be looking for a credible educational institution to provide you with the best […]
Become a Pathology Collector in Australia
The work of a pathologist is often mistakenly understood to be a role played in crime investigations, wherein the pathologist mostly deals with the bodies of the deceased. At least that’s how television often portrays pathologists. But the reality is actually quite different. Pathologists often work with the living! The field of pathology is always […]