Acknowledgement of Country
ANMAC honours the Traditional Custodians of the Lands throughout Australia and we acknowledge their continuing connection to the land, waters and sky. We pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
This has been a challenging year for everyone and we could not have worked our way through this without partnering with our key stakeholders. I would like to thank our major partners, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia who have worked with the ANMAC Board to find ways to support nursing and midwifery students to complete their studies this year. The Council of Deans of Nursing and Midwifery and RTOs have been ready to meet with us regularly and we value those relationships highly.
Thank you to the members of the assessment teams who assess nursing and midwifery programs across Australia and the Accreditation Committees who have attended monthly meetings to review program outcomes.
Congratulations to all the nursing and midwifery students who have graduated this year and will be excited to have finished their studies and now put those skills into practice. I look forward to working with the staff next year after their well-earned Christmas break.
This leaves me to wish you a happy Christmas, happy holiday break and a safe new year with your families and friends.
The Board elected Professor Wendy Cross as Chair and Professor Lorraine Sheppard as Deputy Chair of the Board.
The Board reappointed Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward as the Member Director of ANMAC as nominated by the Australian College of Nursing for a period of three years.
The Board reappointed Ms Annie Butler as the Member Director of ANMAC as nominated by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation for a second term of three years.
ANMAC and the Australian Osteopathic Accreditation Council are pleased to advise that they will be forming a joint Community Reference Group in 2022.
Our new strategic plan is now available
ANMAC is pleased to present to you the strategic plan and the strategic statement 2021-2024. These documents provide the roadmap for our most important work in the years ahead.
Announcing ANMAC 2020-21 Annual Report
Take a look at the summary of our work, challenges and achievements over 2020-21.
The explanatory note for reduction in mandatory PEP is now available on ANMAC website
This document assists students who have a minimum of mandatory professional experience placement (PEP) hours to complete, but have been prevented from completing their placement due to the impact of COVID19.
To find more about:
Relevant documentation and
Process for requesting a reduction in mandatory PEP
NOTE: If you are a student, you must discuss this with your education provider. You do not apply to ANMAC yourself.
Do you want to know more details about this document and how to apply? Please click below to access the full explanatory note.
Enrolled nurse entry pathways into registered nurse programs
ANMAC and the NMBA recognise that COVID-19 related directives continue to have an impact on students completing nursing and midwifery programs.
Therefore, to assist graduates from accredited Diploma of Nursing programs, some temporary changes have been made to the Enrolled nurse entry pathway requirement into registered nurse programs for semester 1, 2022.
For more information and to read the full document, click below:
COVID-19 Continuity of Care Explanatory note update
ANMAC COVID 19
ANMAC has updated the COVID-19 Continuity of Care Explanatory note, and it is available on the ANMAC website.
Thank you to the providers who have submitted the COVID monitoring 2021 report. Just a quick reminder that this report is now due.
Skilled migration services
The ANMAC portal will close to new applicants from Friday, 17 December 2021. The portal will reopen on Wednesday, 12 January 2022. Existing applicants will be able to upload documentation via the ANMAC portal during this time. The assessment team will be on leave from Friday, 24 December through until the 10 January.
A reminder that ANMAC does not offer a priority service. If you have a current determination letter please familiarise yourself with its expiry date so that you do not get caught out with an expired letter and allow enough time to apply for a new assessment. ANMAC cannot extend the validity period on letters.
To learn more and find information of interest, please visit www.anmac.org.au