What is OSCE?
The Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) is a clinical exam to assess the knowledge, skills and competence of internationally qualified nurses or midwives.
IHM’s faculty includes highly skilled, well experienced Australian Registered Nurses who help students understand the foundation of nursing in Australia and nurture them to strive for the best. Since 2019, IHM has trained over 1700 IQNMs to get registered in Australia through the bridging program. With immense knowledge and experience, IHM has formulated this course to help nurses overcome OBA.
All IHM campuses are equipped with state-of-the-art simulation centres that provide Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) simulation and practice sessions for nurses preparing for OSCE. Through the program, nurses will learn about the practices in the Australian Healthcare system, the diversity of Australian culture and more importantly the standards of nursing practice required by Australian employers.
NCAP – OBA (Part two OSCE Assessment) will build on the foundation of your knowledge and skills in nursing practice.
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About the program
NCAP – OBA (Part two OSCE Assessment) is a specialized clinical examination preparatory course curated for Internationally Qualified Registered Nurses to successfully prepare for Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE).
6 weeks of Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) / Simulation Training is provided on campus.
- NAU004: OSCE Training and assessment
Total course fee $5500
The applicant must hold current registration as a Registered Nurse in their home country
Course start date
1st February 2021
*Dependent on the travel restrictions laid out by the Australian Government.