Other scholarships


Rhonda Marriott Scholarship

The Rhonda Marriott Scholarship provides support and recognises the contribution of Aboriginal nurses and midwives and the crucial role that they play in WA Health.

This scholarship assists WA Health employed Aboriginal registered nurses and midwives with the costs associated with postgraduate education. Eligible courses include Postgraduate Certificates and Postgraduate Diplomas.

Scholarship funding covers the full cost of each unit of study per semester and funds are dispersed once the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Office have received a copy of results showing successful completion of each unit.

Applications for the Rhonda Marriott scholarship for Semester 2020 will open 4 May 2020 and close 30 June 2020. 

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You must select that you are applying for the Rhonda Marriott scholarship on your application.

Rhonda Marriott is a Winthrop Research Professor who has been a registered nurse and midwife for more than 40 years. Rhonda is a professionally and academically qualified senior university manager with research expertise in clinical education and Aboriginal health and extensive experience in undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum and program development. Find out more about Rhonda (external site).

Renewal of registration

These scholarships assist enrolled nurses, registered nurses and midwives undertaking an accredited course that leads to renewal/restoration of registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (external site).

The Chief Nursing and Midwifery Office will fund up to a maximum 50 per cent of the course costs on successful course completion.

Application dates for this scholarship

This scholarship is open for applications all year.

How to apply for this scholarship

Only online applications are accepted.

You must also provide the following supporting documentation:

  • covering letter
  • proof of Australian citizenship or permanent residency visa
  • evidence of enrolment in course
  • document supporting name change (if different to proof of identity listed above)
  • any supporting documents from AHPRA or Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia regarding your previous registration.

Apply for this renewal of registration scholarship (external site).

Postgraduate Enrolled Nurse Specialisation Scholarship

This scholarship is for enrolled nurses employed within the WA public health sector who wish to undertake further professional development. Study must be through a registered training organisation, leading to an Advanced Diploma of Nursing.

If successful in being granted a scholarship, it will cover up to 50 per cent of course costs. Scholarship recipients will receive the funding upon evidence of successful completion of the course.

Application dates for this scholarship

Applications for this scholarship can be made at any time throughout the year.

How to apply for this scholarship

You will need to enrol in an Advanced Diploma of Nursing, through a registered training organisation.

Only online applications are accepted.

As part of your application you will need to attach the following documents:

  • proof of Australian citizenship or permanent residency visa
  • proof of your current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) (external site). (i.e. A copy of current registration certificate or printout from the NMBA website.)
  • evidence of enrolment in course
  • document supporting name change (if different to proof of identity listed above)
  • cover letter (max 2 page) detailing previous experience, reasons for undertaking study and how this scholarship will assist in your professional development.

Apply for Advanced Diploma of Nursing scholarship (external site).

EN medication and IV administration scholarship

This scholarship is for enrolled nurses employed within the WA public health sector who wish to seek financial assistance for upskilling in medication and IVT administration competence.

If successful in being granted a scholarship, it will cover 100% per cent of course costs. Scholarship recipients will receive the funding upon evidence of successful completion of the course.

There is an opportunity for ENs to access VET FEE-HELP (external site) on enrolment if they meet the eligibility requirements, as established by the Australian Government Department of Education – please follow-up VET FEE HELP enquiries with your preferred training provider.

Application dates for this scholarship

Applications for this scholarship can be made at any time throughout the year.

How to apply for this scholarship

1. Contact an accredited Training Provider and enrol in the nationally recognised Unit of Study -

HLTENN007 Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy

Eligibility for scholarship will only be approved where Enrolment is with an accredited Education Provider, as deemed by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) listed on the NMBA website (external site) (*under subheading ‘Accreditation’).

2. Only online applications are accepted.

  • The CNMO encourages ENs to enrol into this unit of study in 2020. 

You can apply for your scholarship retrospectively.

3. As part of your application you will need to upload the following documents:

  • Evidence from Nurse Manager you are employed permanently in the WA Health public sector as an enrolled nurse - ENs employed casually are not eligible for this scholarship
  • proof of Australian citizenship or permanent residency visa
  • proof of your current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) (external site). (i.e. A copy of current registration certificate or printout from the NMBA website.)
  • evidence of enrolment in course
  • document supporting name change (if different to proof of identity listed above)
  • cover letter (max 2 page) detailing previous experience, reasons for undertaking study and how this scholarship will assist in your professional development.

Once your scholarship application has been approved and you have completed the Medication and IV Administration unit of study:

4. To obtain your scholarship payment you will need to attach the following documents:

  • Academic Transcript showing successful completion of the unit of study HLTENN007 Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy
  • Training Provider invoice showing cost of the unit of study HLTENN007 Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy.

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Last reviewed: 06-05-2020
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