Student nurses and midwives will find out how to secure their preferred graduate program at ANMF’s Undergraduate Student Study Day (either Friday 22 or Saturday 23 May).
The Undergraduate Student Study Day program features nursing professionals unpacking how to make the most of job applications, interviews and the Computer Matching Service.
Student nurses and midwives will hear first-hand from health service graduate coordinators the dos and don’ts of job applications and interviews.
A panel of recent graduates will share their experiences of their first year of nursing and the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program CEO Glenn Taylor will give wellbeing tips for surviving and thriving in the graduate year.
ANMF (Vic Branch) Assistant Secretary Paul Gilbert will outline the pay and conditions of graduate nurses and midwives.
Aileen Falzon from the Computer Matching Service, Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria, will explain the service that ‘matches’ applicants to Victorian public hospitals and what to do if you don’t get a match.
Students can choose from Friday 22 or Saturday 23 May.