Internationally educated nurses who are seeking to become an RN (Registered Nurse) in Australia might have to write NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse) from March 2020. The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) will decide who needs to take this exam after their assessment.
This does not mean that every internationally educated candidate will have to write NCLEX-RN; but, only those who have been asked by the NMBA has to take the exam. It is part of their eligibility assessment. These candidates might also need OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) to show their skill set and practical competence.
Rudraa Academy is prepared to accommodate those who have been asked by the NMBA to take NCLEX-RN. Our NCLEX-RN review course is up to date and covers everything that you need to pass the exam.
Are you a nurse looking to come and work in Australia? Here are the means for beginning.
You’re eligible to work in Australia if you’re a Registered Nurse in your home country. Give a background check to see if you're qualified or not.
When you know where in Australia you’d like to work, you can apply to that State’s Board of Nursing and take the NCLEX-RN. It is a standardized test that’ll earn you a Registered Nurse license. It includes an English language proficiency test too.
Once you have your Registered Nurse license, you can look for a job through a nursing recruitment agency or Australia-based employer. When you have received a job offer, you can apply for a visa.