Key 2 Learning College IQNMs OBA Preparation Program Structure:
The Adelaide Health Simulation and AHPRA/NMBA do not provide NCLEX and OSCE preparatory courses. Key 2 Learning College has developed a comprehensive program for IQNMs to prepare for the NCLEX and OSCE examinations. Key 2 Learning College has intakes starting every month. This preparation program will enable IQNMs to develop confidence and a sound understanding of the NCLEX and OSCE strategies. The program will strengthen IQNMs critical thinking skills with online and classroom based interactive sessions. IQNMs will be provided with contextualised learning guides developed by Key 2 Learning College clinical nurse educators to enhance their understanding and uptake of the NCLEX and OSCE examination requirements. Key 2 Learning College 2 day exam simulation will provide IQNMs with an understanding of the process and examination requirements that IQNMs can expect to undertake at the Adelaide Health Simulation. This will be invaluable for IQNMs that might need to address specific areas of concern or deficiencies prior to the actual examination at the Adelaide Health Simulation.
The preparatory program duration is 12 weeks and the schedule is provided below:
|Module I – NCLEX-RN Preparation
||10 weeks (Online)
|Module II- OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) Preparation
||2 weeks (blended delivery with a 2 day exam simulation at our clinical facilities)
Preparation Program Fees:
The cost of the preparation program is AUD 5,000.
After the completion of this program, the students will be able to:
- Develop an in-depth understanding of the Australian healthcare system.
- Analyse the roles and functions of registered nurses in the Australian healthcare context.
- Develop an understanding of the NMBA standards of practice and code of ethics for registered nurses.
- Build competencies in delivering culturally safe care to ethnic groups in Australia.
- Review common disease conditions and nursing care plans.
- Develop skills in performing procedures in the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).