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Enrolled nurse

ANMAC is pleased to release the Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2017, effective from 20 June 2017. The Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2017 replace the ANMC Enrolled Nurses: Standards and Criteria for the Accreditation of Nursing and Midwifery Courses Leading to Registration, Enrolment, Endorsement and Authorisation in Australia—with Evidence Guide February 2009

For information regarding the changes in the standards and how they affect the Diploma of Nursing programs see:

Application for Accreditation

Existing education providers with new programs or new education providers

  1. Complete an intention to submit form (214 KB) and return to Accreditation Services
  2. ANMAC will provide you with an Accreditation Schedule and application pack.

Education provider with approved program

1. 18 months from your approved program's expiry date ANMAC will contact you with an Accreditation Schedule and application pack.

For more information please read:

Program Changes

ANMAC works with education providers to ensure continued compliance with accreditation standards does not stifle innovation or continuous quality improvement. While program changes are supported and encouraged it is important that an education provider reports program changes to ANMAC. The reporting requirements are determined by the risk rating of the program. For more information please see Program Changes.

  Standards Application pack

enrolled nurse

Current Standard

Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2017 (1.2 MB)

Explanatory notes

please contact Accreditation Services 

Re-Entry enrolled nurse

current standard

Re-entry Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2010 (568 KB)

please contact Accreditation Services

EPIQ enrolled nurse

Current Standards

EPIQ Enrolled Nurse Standard use Re-entry Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2010 (568 KB)

please contact Accreditation Services