ANMF Online Education Programs

The ANMF currently offers nurses and midwives 3 separate professional development training rooms to assist you to meet your Professional Development (CPD) requirements for continued registration each year. We also offer you best practice information on a number of topics of interest as well as specialised areas of practice. The ANMF regularly adds new training modules to each of its training rooms with the new topics being derived directly from the requests of nurses and midwives.

To access the training rooms or read further information, click on the button or the link for each training room.

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) has advised that, effective immediately, random audits of nurses and midwives will commence. These audits will not be linked to registration but occur at anytime during the financial year and be retrospective. The audit will be examining:

1) criminal history
2) recency of practice
3) Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) and
4) Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

The Aged Care Training Room is a one-stop-shop for aged care and community care nurses. Here you will find over 50 modules written against the aged care accreditation standards and community care common standards. Annual subscription to this training includes access to a learning plan, reflection and evaluation tools and a printable log of course completions.
The Continuing Professional Education online training room currently provides 30 best practice topics including those modules that are deemed mandatory annual competencies by large health organisations and nursing agencies. ANMF, NSWNMA and QNU members currently receive 3 free topics and a free professional development portfolio to provide evidence to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) of participation in CPD annually.
The Online Clinical Simulation for Nurses and Midwives training room offers 3D simulated learning for clinical procedures and currently consists of 32 modules. Each module teaches a different procedure through an interactive simulation, accompanied by a step-by-step text with hyperlinks, a video demonstration, a 3D model of the anatomy encountered during the procedure and a quiz.
The Telehealth Online Learning Program will be available free of charge on the ANMF, ACM, APNA, ACNP and CRANAplus websites. The OLP comprises nine individual units which will take up to four hours to complete. Certificates will be awarded upon completion of each separate module as well as a final certificate noting CPD hours.
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF), in conjunction with ME Bank and the Association of Nursing Recruitment Agencies (ANRA), is pleased to announce a new national nursing scholarship program. Scholarships will be available for financial assistance to meet the costs of attending conferences, short courses or online training programs. Applicants are asked to describe how the education and training will benefit their professional skills and how they will transfer that knowledge to advance their clinical practice. The scholarship is open to all nurses, midwives, assistants in nursing and personal care workers working with ANRA member agencies for more than 12 months. Applications open March 1 and close June 30, 2013.

At the ANF we value your input and feedback.  We are committed to providing best quality continuing professional education.  This is your website, and your union.

For any inquiries or further information regarding education please contact:
Jodie Davis, ANMF Federal Education Officer