Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council ANMAC has made changes to their skills assessment process. As of 1 of February 2017, recent graduates from Australian universities will need to provide a certified copy of and academic transcripts of Australian Bachelor degree in addition to other documents.
On the other hand, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council ANMAC has advised us that a ‘Certificate of Registration Status‘ from AHPRA is no longer needed, as ANMAC will be able to double check this and verify online.
In addition to the above news, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council ANMAC advises applicants that turnaround time for skills assessment is currently 2 months.
If you have any questions about the skill assessment process for nurses and midwives, please contact our friendly team of migration agents by phone on +61 (3) 9521 7577 or schedule a time to discuss your matter.
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