Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Nursing Online Information Session

Fremantle 07 Jul 2020

Date: Tuesday 7 July 2020
Time: 6pm – 7pm AWST
Location: Online Webinar and Q&A Session – register to receive a Zoom link

Thank you for your registration to the Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Nursing Online Information Session.  We look forward to seeing you on the night.


Are you a nurse looking to re-enter the workforce? Or an internationally educated nurse that is required to undertake a bridging program?

Join us for our online Info Session and Q&A to learn more about how the Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Nursing can help you become a registered nurse in Australia.

At the event you will hear directly from the Program Coordinator, Dr Judith Wilson, and current students about Notre Dame’s personalised approach to education and why we are the No. 1 university in Australia for Skills Development (QILT).

You will also hear about the program structure, duration, entry requirements and clinical practicum included as part of your degree. At the Q&A session you will have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered.

  • Register here

     
     

About Dr Judith Wilson

Dr Judith Wilson is a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife having more than 29 years of clinical experience both nationally and internationally. She has formal qualifications in information technology and nursing education. Judith holds a Master of Midwifery (theory practice gap) and a PhD where she explored contemporary birthing experiences of Aboriginal women.

Judith has extensive experience as an academic having taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level in both Nursing and Midwifery. Holding an Associate Dean role for the past 5 years, Judith led the development of the the University's inaugural Graduate Diploma of Midwifery course which commenced in July 2012. Currently Judith is the Acting Associate Dean at the School, and as a senior academic leader, also teaches students and mentors staff.

Zoom FAQs

  • How the event will work?

    The online Information Session will be delivered virtually via Zoom. You can download the Zoom app for PCMacAndroid or iOS in advance.

  • How to join the Online Information Session in three easy steps

    1. Clicking on the Zoom link - (add the Zoom link you will receive after registering)
    2. Enter your details
    3. Click the URL provided to join the session
  • Things to know about the event

    To make sure all participants get the most out of the event, please note the following:
    • Your microphone will be muted by default when you join the Virtual Q&A.
    • It is important you keep your microphone on mute when you are not speaking to minimise background noise.
    • You can turn your video on if you wish.
  • How to ask questions during the event

    You can ask questions via the chat box by clicking the ‘chat’ button located at the bottom of the screen.

  • Need more information?

    The International Office is available to answer any questions you may have on +61 8 9433 0873 or by email to international@nd.edu.au.

    We look forward to seeing you online!


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