Nursing Registration Process In Australia
What is the OBA?
The Outcomes Based Assessment (OBA) is an assessment for overseas registered nurses where they become eligible to undertake two examinations to attain the nursing registration in Australia. The first exam is the NCLEX-RN and the second is the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).
NCLEX-Elite: $500 AUD
NCLEX-Comprehensive: $999 AUD
OSCE: $1700 AUD
Payment plan available
NCLEX-Elite - 25th July
NCLEX-Comprehensive - 8th August
OSCE - 1st August
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Mode of Delivery
NCLEX Elite (Online)
(Morning sessions) - 6 Weeks
(Evening sessions) - 10 Weeks
OSCE (Online + Face to Face) - 4 Weeks
What are the steps to begin my registration?
All Nurses need to submit their qualification information at the Self-check.
PAY IQNM ASSESSMENT FEES
Pay the assessment fees of $640 AUD.
Pay IQNM Assessments Fees
OEIANTATION PART 1 (Online Learning)
Attend a 1 hour e-learning module on AHPRA’s portal.
Orientation Part 1
Upload all your identity, qualification documents duly attested as per AHPRA guidelines.
NCLEX - RN/ MCQ EXAM
National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is an online examination conducted through Pearson VUE test centres in most of the countries. The fees for this exam is USD $350 (approx. AUD $505)
NCLEX - RN/MCQ Exam
OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination)
OSCE is a practical examination conducted by Adelaide Health Simulation Centre. The fees for this examination is $4000 AUD.
Objective Structured Clinical Examination
APPLY FOR REGISTRATION
Pay the registration fees of $475 AUD and apply for registration.
Apply for Registration
ORIENTATION PART II
This e- learning module must be completed within the first 6 months of becoming a registered nurse in Australia.
Orientation Part II
ARE YOU READY TO BEGIN YOUR SELF - CHECK?
*Lead College Pty Ltd does not have any role in the examination process/ Booking of dates etc for the OBA exam and these matters are handled by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and its authorised testing authorities. This is a non-award preparatory program, hence it does not lead to any certification/qualification/ direct registration as a nurse or midwife in Australia.