Outcome Based Assessment


Australian Outcome Based Assessment (OBA) Program - For International Nurses

Program Description

The Australian Outcome Based Assessment (OBA) Program has been designed to prepare international nurses for the AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) registration examinations. This program provides contemporary information about healthcare systems and nursing care practices in Australia.
Program Structure
Modules Duration Fees
Module I – (NCLEX-RN) Preparation 8 weeks $3500 AUD
Module II- OSCE (Objective structured clinical examination) Preparation 4 weeks $3500 AUD
Module I NCLEX RN – In this module, the nurse will be equipped with the knowledge and skill to pass the┬ácomputerised┬ámultiple-choice examination conducted for the cognitive assessment of overseas nurses.

Module II OSCE – This module focuses on developing skills and competence required for the nursing practice in Australia. The training is provided in our high-end simulation lab facility by expert nursing faculty. Additionally, work placement in healthcare facilities is given for a better orientation to the Australian healthcare system.


8 -12 weeks

Intake Dates


OBA Registration Process

Lead College Facilities
Lead College Facilities
Lead College Simulation Lab
Lead College Simulation Lab
OBA Program Orientation Day
OBA Program Orientation Day
Lead College Simulation Lab
Lead College Simulation Lab

Key Features of the Program

  • Online Virtual Classroom sessions by experienced Australian Nursing professionals.
  • Weekly webinars/Q & A sessions with the faculty.
  • Learn and practice at your own pace and time.
  • Comprehensive Mock examinations.
  • Simulation based training & work placements in health care facilities.

Admission Criteria

Valid overseas nursing registration

Payment Plan

Candidates can opt for individual module and pay per module at the time of enrolment. Discounts applicable for single payment of the full course fees.
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.

OBA Enquiry Form