Change to an approved program of study against the relevant standard the program is accredited against.
Program Monitoring Report
Report (completed by the education provider) designed to confirm that a program continues to be delivered as accredited, against the relevant accreditation standards. This report is required to be submitted to ANMAC routinely on the anniversary of the program's accreditation. If the document is not submitted, it may place the ongoing accreditation of the program in jeopardy.
Program or program of study
Full program of study and experiences that are required to be undertaken before a qualification, statement of completion or attainment can be awarded (see also approved program of study).
A school or faculty responsible for the design and delivery of a program leading to nursing or midwifery registration or endorsement.
Prospective Program Change
Change that must be notified to ANMAC BEFORE it is implemented.
Official completion of a course that has led to recognition as a registered practitioner.
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (2016) Enrolled Nurse standards for practice
Refers to characteristics and grades with respect to excellence.
Quality Framework for the Accreditation Function (Quality Framework). Accreditation authorities, National Boards and AHPRA have agreed to the Quality Framework as the principal reference document to assess the work of accreditation authorities.
Quality use of medicines
Part of the National Medicines Policy to ensure the judicious, appropriate, safe and effective use of medicines.
Recognition of prior learning
Assessment process for the students formal and informal learning to determine the extent to which they have achieved required learning outcomes, competency outcomes or standards for entry to and/or partial or total completion of a qualification.