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The ANMF Education Centre, which also incorpates a registered training organisation (RTO - 3601),offers a comprehensive program for registered nurses, enrolled nurses, midwives and personal care workers.

ANMF encourages all registered nurses, enrolled nurses, midwives and personal care workers to pursue excellence through continued education and learning. To assist nurses and midwives overcome the high cost of undertaking quality further education programs, the ANMF Education Centre operates on a not-for-profit basis and offers members, Job Reps and ANMF Special Interest Group members significant course discounts on most programs.

The comprehensive course program includes: formal courses, accredited courses, HLT51612 Diploma of Nursing (enrolled/ Division 2 nursing), first aid, clinical, maths, management and leadership, legal, ethical, violence and aggression prevention and management, computer courses. Many courses articulate into university of TAFE programs.

The course program is advertised in On The Record, this website and the ANMF members e-newsletter (if you don't receive the e-newletter update your ANMF membership email details online

The ANMF Education Centre, nursing laboratory and computer laboratory is located at ANMF House, 540 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. For inquiries or to register for a course call 03 9275 9363.


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