Frequently Asked Questions

Skilled Migration Services


ANMAC helps protect the health and safety of the Australian Community through our roles as: 

  • the external accreditation entity, appointed by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) to accredit nursing and midwifery programs that lead to eligibility to apply for registration or endorsement with the NMBA, under Australia’s National Registration and Accreditation Scheme 
  • the approved and independent assessing authority, authorised by the Department of Home Affairs to assess skills and qualifications of nurses and midwives seeking to migrate to Australia, under the Australian Government’s General Skilled Migration program. 

Go to About ANMAC for more information.

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia undertakes the following: 

  • registering nursing and midwifery practitioners and students 
  • developing practice standards, codes and guidelines for the nursing and midwifery profession 
  • handling notifications, complaints, investigations and disciplinary hearings 
  • assessing overseas trained practitioners who wish to practise in Australia 
  • approving accreditation standards and accredited programs of study 

The Department of Home Affairs is responsible for immigration to Australia and will assess your application for a visa to migrate. 

Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) are codes applied to occupations for statistical purposes. These codes are used by the Department of Home Affairs in the skilled visa program.  

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, conducts the assessment for registration on behalf of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. 



Information on visa requirements is available on the Department of Home Affairs website under each visa type. It is important to check what visa requirements affect you before applying to ANMAC for a skills assessment.

You only need to have your qualifications and skills assessed by ANMAC if you are migrating to Australia under the General Skilled Migration program to work as a nurse or midwife. Check with the Department of Home Affairs if you need a skills assessment before you apply for your visa. 

ANMAC does not find employment for nurses or midwives or provide them with information or advice on employment opportunities, including where or how you can find work. 

ANMAC does not provide nurses or midwives with information on employer sponsorship. Contact employers and nursing or midwifery agencies to find out about this. For more information visit the Department of Home Affairs.

To work in Australia as a nurse or midwife, you need to be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. You also need to keep your Australian registration current. 

To register contact the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

Go to application options. Select the option that applies to you. This will take you to the information you need to apply for the right type of migration skills assessment.

If you hold registration as a registered nurse, enrolled nurse or midwife in Australia and/or New Zealand and your name appears on Ahpra’s online public Register of practitioners you may qualify for a Modified skills assessment. 

If you do not hold current registration in Australia and/or New Zealand but have a 'Notice of in principle approval of registration subject to proof of identity' letter from Ahpra you may qualify for a Modified PLUS skills assessment. 

If you are a registered nurse in the Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, the United Kingdom or the United States and also have a minimum Bachelor of Nursing qualification from that country then you may qualify for a Full skills assessment.  

If you are a registered midwife from Canada, the United Kingdom or Ireland and have a minimum Bachelor of Midwifery qualification from that country then you may qualify for a Full skills assessment.  

Go to application options. Select the option that applies to your situation and then follow the instructions.



The documents required for each assessment type differ. 

All applicants must provide

  • verification of overseas registration. Also known as a certificate of good standing, this should be arranged for every country or jurisdiction where you would like you paid work experience to be assessed, and can be emailed to Where email is unavailable the relevant authority can post the verification directly to ANMAC. 
  • proof of identity:
    • bio-statistical page(s) of passport 
    • change of name documents (marriage certificate, decree nisi, deed poll) 
    • a passport-sized photograph taken in the last 6 months 
  • graduation certificate, include commencement and completion dates 
  • professional references (58 Kb) that supports your work as a paid nurse or midwife. This is only a requirement if you require points recognition from the Department of Home Affairs.

Full applicants must also provide

  • English language test results - include the test number and date of test completion. 
  • transcripts of training, include commencement and completion dates, as well as theory and practice hours.  If the university cannot provide this information, ANMAC will accept a copy of the syllabus emailed by the University directly to
  • professional references supporting a minimum 3 months paid work experience as a nurse or midwife.

ANMAC may ask for extra information and/or documentation to assist in the assessment process.  

A verification of registration, or certificate of good standing letter, confirms that your registration is valid and that you have no issues against your practice as a nurse and/or midwife. The nursing and midwifery councils responsible for registering nurses and midwives in each country or jurisdiction can provide this information. 

Please ask the regulatory authority to post or email a verification of registration or certificate of good standing letter directly to our office via before applying to ANMAC for a migration skills assessment. We cannot accept a photocopy, fax or scanned copy of the letter from you or any other source. 

Once received, we keep your verification of registration or certificate of good standing letter on file and will match it to your application when processing. 

ANMAC no longer requires registration of verification from Ahpra. Our assessors will verify your Australian registration status online. 

All applications remain open for 12 months from the date that you applied online. If you do not submit documents within the 12 months, your application will expire. A refund will not be provided and if you need a skills assessment in the future, you will be required to apply for a new assessment.  

All supporting documents uploaded for your Migration Skills Assessment must meet these minimum scanning requirements: 

  • original documents only
  • scanned in colour
  • scanned at a resolution of 600 dpi (dots per inch) or above. 
  • file must be a .pdf

The passport sized photo must be a .jpeg, .jpg or .png. You may need to change the settings of the scanner to meet these requirements. 

ANMAC does not accept documents that have been uploaded using CamScanner (or similar) software.  

After you have uploaded your documents in the online portal, please make sure you scroll down the page and select ‘save’. This will ensure your documents reach the assessment team. 


The assessment for registration is separate to the assessment for skilled migration. The assessment for registration is conducted by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra) on behalf of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. You need to submit an application to Ahpra for assessment for registration and meet the requirements for registration. 

If you hold current registration as a registered nurse, enrolled nurse or midwife your name will appear on Ahpra's online public Register of Practitioners


Modified skills assessment applicants

If you are applying for a Modified skills assessment you do not need to provide English language test results. This means you are registered with:


If you are applying for a Modified PLUS skills assessment you do not need to provide English language test results. This means you have a 'Notice of in principle approval of registration subject to proof of identity' letter from AHPRA.

Full skills assessment applications

All internationally-qualified nurses and midwives without Australian or New Zealand registration (regardless of country of birth) are required to provide English language test results. 

Australia’s official language is English and it is important that healthcare professionals working here are proficient in English (reading, speaking, writing and listening). This enables nurses and midwives to communicate competently and safely with patients and their families, colleagues and other health professionals. 

You must demonstrate achievement of the specified minimum scores from ONE of the following English language tests – no other types of English language tests are accepted.  

  • ANMAC accepts test results that are up to two years old 
  • Scores from two different tests cannot be combined. 
  1. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic test.
  • Applicants must achieve a minimum overall score of 7 and a minimum score of 7 in each of the 4 components - listening, reading, writing and speaking. 
  • ANMAC only accept test results from one test sitting OR a maximum of two test sittings, in a six-month period only if the applicant achieves:  

a) a minimum overall score of 7 in each sitting


b) no score in any component of the test is below 6.5

  1. Occupational English Test (OET) for nurses.
  • Applicants must achieve a minimum score of B in each of the 4 components - listening, reading, writing and speaking.  
  • ANMAC only accept test results from 1 test sitting OR a maximum of 2 test sittings, in a 6 month period only if the applicant: 

a) is tested in all 4 components in each sitting


b) no score in any component of the test is below C

  1. Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic. 
  • Applicants must achieve a minimum overall score of 65 AND a minimum score of 65 in each of the 4 communicative skills - listening, reading, writing and speaking. 
  • ANMAC only accept test results from 1 test sitting OR a maximum of 2 test sittings, in a 6 month period only if the applicant achieves:  

a) a minimum overall score of 65 in each sitting


b) no score in any of the four communicative skills is below 58

  1. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) iBT.
  • Applicants must achieve a minimum total score of 94 AND the following minimum score in each section of the test - 24 listening, 24 reading, 27 writing, 23 speaking  
  • ANMAC only accept test results from 1 test sitting, OR a maximum of 2 test sittings in a 6 month period only if the applicant achieves:  

a) a minimum total score of 94 in each sitting


b) no score in any of the sections is below - 20 listening, 19 reading, 24 writing, 20 speaking 


The ANZSCO code you select depends on your individual circumstances, the visa you are applying for and your relevant work experience. 

You should refer to the Skilled Occupations List to see which codes are available for you to select. A description of the ANZSCO codes is on the Australian Bureau of Statistics website.

Your ANZSCO code should reflect your work experience and, generally, your most recent area of work experience. If you do not have work experience, you should select the 254499 Registered Nurse (Not Elsewhere Classified) code. 

If you nominate a specific ANZSCO code (other than 254499 Not Elsewhere Classified), you must provide a professional reference that supports a minimum 3 months paid work experience in this area within the last 5 years. 

If you require more information, please contact the Department of Home Affairs or a registered Migration Agent.

On official letterhead your professional references need to provide: 

  • your dates of employment
  • your areas of experience
  • a statement about your professional competence and safety as a nurse or midwife 
  • examples of your professional competence as a nurse or midwife (the day to day activities you undertake) related to the tasks required for your ANZSCO code 
  • details of continuing professional development 
  • signature of the referee (electronic signatures are not acceptable). 

Your referee needs to date their original letter and include their name, position and contact details. The contact details should include an official email address. 

ANMAC does not accept emails from free web-based email accounts.  

ANMAC has a template (58 KB) and information in ‘Resources’ that explains the requirements. If your professional references do not meet our requirements, we cannot accept the reference.

You should use the person who directly manages or supervises you. This person must be a nurse, midwife or clinical supervisor. If your direct supervisor is not a nurse or midwife, a statement to this effect should be included in the reference. We do not accept references from Human Resources or Payroll departments.  

Nurses or midwives who work for an agency need to provide a:  

  • service statement from the agency detailing employment dates and number of hours worked.  
  • a professional reference from an institution where you regularly work that meets ANMAC's  professional reference requirements (58 KB).

If you would like ANMAC to report on your work for points recognition by the Department of Home Affairs you will need to submit professional references that meet ANMAC criteria. You must have a minimum 1 year paid work in Australia and/or a minimum of 3 years paid work overseas. 

Work experience will not be considered if there is no corresponding nursing registration in that jurisdiction at that time.  


The status of your application is available by logging in to your account on the ANMAC website. 

Further supporting documents can be uploaded to your account by logging into your account on the ANMAC website. 


Please call ANMAC between 10am and 4pm (AEST) on +61 2 6257 7960 to discuss your options with the assessment team. 

Yes, if you would like to change your nominated ANZSCO code please contact us to confirm the need for additional professional references. You may be required to provide additional professional references to support work in a specific clinical area. You will be advised of the process when you speak to ANMAC staff. Fees apply – see the fees schedule on our website. 

If there is an error on your Letter of Determination please call ANMAC between 10am and 4pm (AEST) on +61 2 6257 7960 to discuss the error with the assessment team. Alternatively, you can email and await a response.  

Yes, you can. To appeal ANMAC’s decision follow these steps: 

  1. Contact us with your:
    • full name
    • date of birth
    • reference number
    • the reason you are appealing.

You must email ANMAC within 30 days of the date on your Letter of Determination.  

  1. ANMAC will acknowledge your email and ask for payment of the appeals fees, as per the fee schedule on our website, prior to progressing your application. ANMAC only accepts payments by VISA or MasterCard.

    The appeals process is governed by the SMS Appeals Policy (193 KB). For more information go to Internal Review on our website.

You will need to wait 2 years from the date the determination was made. This date can be found on the determination letter issued by ANMAC. 

All determination letters issued by ANMAC are valid for 2 years from the date the determination was made. This date cannot be extended.  

Determination letters are valid for 2 years from the date of issue. ANMAC can re-issue your letter to add work experience or change an ANZSCO code, however this will not extend the validity date beyond two years from the original issue date. To have a valid Letter of Determination past this date you will need to re-apply. Fees apply for changes to ANZSCO codes – see fee schedule on our website.

View video on how to make an online request to re-issue a determination letter.

Program accreditation


ANMAC is an external accreditation entity that exercises accreditation functions on behalf of the NMBA and in accordance with the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as enforced in each state and territory. Please see About us for further details.

Accreditation standards are a mechanism for establishing the agreed level of quality or attainment required in professional education programs. Accreditation standards are used by ANMAC to assess whether programs and education providers meet the agreed standard for nursing and midwifery pre-registration and pre-endorsement programs of study. Assessing and accrediting professional education programs is part of a broader process of assuring the community, that having completed an accredited program, practitioners have achieved outcomes agreed to by the profession and are able to practise safely and in a manner equipped with the necessary foundation knowledge, professional motivations and essential skills.  

ANMAC is responsible, under the National law, for maintaining the currency and integrity of accreditation standards for nursing and midwifery programs leading to registration and endorsement in Australia. ANMAC regularly reviews and improves accreditation standards used to assess programs, to ensure their continued effectiveness and relevance in contemporary education and health care environments.  

All accreditation standards published from 2019 will incorporate a new five standard structure as shown in Table 1.  




Standard 1


Safety of the public

Standard 2

Curriculum conceptual framework


Standard 3

Program development and structure

Program of study

Standard 4

Program content

Student experience

Standard 5

Student assessment

Student assessment

Standard 6



Standard 7



Standard 8

Management of workplace experience/ midwifery practice
experience/integration professional practice.


Standard 9

Quality improvement and risk management


In collaboration with stakeholders, ANMAC has developed an Essential Evidence companion document to support the standards. The companion document is made accessible to education providers on our website with the new or revised Accreditation Standards. When applying for program accreditation, the Essential Evidence is the minimum evidence an education providers needs to submit to demonstrate their program meets the relevant accreditation standards.

In developing an accreditation standard for a health profession, the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009 requires accreditation authorities to undertake wide-ranging consultation on the content of accreditation standards. Review of ANMAC Accreditation Standards is guided by a Professional Reference Group (PRG) selected for expertise in such areas as consumer advocacy; clinical practice, education and research; health service delivery and management; regulation and accreditation; professional and industrial matters and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. The PRG oversees all aspects of the review, including stakeholder consultation and synthesis of stakeholder feedback in the revised accreditation standards. The PRG provides their recommendations to the ANMAC Chief Executive Office.  

Key stakeholders are invited to engage in the consultation process through written submissions or online surveys accessible during two to three periods of public consultation. Additionally, stakeholders can be invited to attend consultation forums. Stakeholder submissions and ANMAC feedback reports are published on the ANMAC website during the consultation period and key documents continue to be available via the archived consultation links on our Standards and review webpages. 

All accreditation standards developed by ANMAC are assessed by the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR). The OBPR is a division within the Australian Government’s Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet but has independence from the Department in assessing and reporting on compliance with the best practice regulation requirements. The OBPR assesses whether Regulation Impact Statements are required. When undertaking a standards review ANMAC consults with the OBPR and provides feedback to the NMBA on any potential regulatory impact identified in the consultation process or in content revisions in the new version of the Accreditation Standards.  

New Accreditation Standards are in effect from the date they are published on the ANMAC website. This is after the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia approval date.  

Programs that were accredited against a previous version of the Accreditation Standards will continue to be monitored and have changes assessed against that version of the standards.  Previous versions are described as Superseded Accreditation Standards.

In line with ANMAC’s Transition policy for new Accreditation Standards, ANMAC will determined whether there are areas of change that will require education providers to transition to the new accreditation standards. Education providers will be provided with information regarding the transition requirements, evidence required and due dates. All future applications for program accreditation will need to address the new Accreditation Standards.  

From the date the new Accreditation Standards come into effect (date of publication on the ANMAC website), all education providers seeking to accredit a program applicable to the new Accreditation Standards will need to submit an application that addresses these new standards. Please email for information about applying for program accreditation.  

The Registered Nurse Accreditation Standards now incorporate a new five standard format (see relevant FAQ above). An Essential Evidence companion document has been prepared to support these standards (see relevant FAQ above). Wording changes have been integrated across all criteria in the Registered Nurse Accreditation Standards 2019.  The main content change to these standards is the introduction of a minimum English language proficiency requirement for program entry. Education providers are now required to demonstrate:  

1.3 The program’s admission requirements are fair, equitable and transparent. Before making an offer for enrolment, education providers inform applicants of the requirements to: 

b. demonstrate English language proficiency either by providing a written declaration that English is their primary language or evidence that they have achieved the minimum English language test results  

Terminology used in the standards now includes the adoption of Professional Experience Placement (PEP) instead of clinical placement or workplace experience. 

The Midwife Accreditation Standards 2021 now incorporate a new five standard format (see relevant FAQ above). An Essential Evidence companion document has been prepared to support these standards (see relevant FAQ above). Wording changes have been integrated across all criteria in the Midwife Accreditation Standards 2021. The main content change to these standards is the introduction of a minimum English language proficiency requirement for program entry. Education providers are now required to demonstrate:  

1.3 The program’s admission requirements are fair, equitable and transparent. Before making an offer for enrolment, education providers inform applicants of the requirements to:  

b. demonstrate English language proficiency either by providing a written declaration that English is their primary language or evidence that they have achieved the minimum English language test results.  

Students are advised to contact their education provider to discuss whether the new Accreditation Standards will affect their program.

Further information on new Accreditation Standards is available on the ANMAC website. Education providers can also have their questions addressed by emailing or phoning 02 6274 9166. 


Part of ANMAC’s role is to monitor education providers and manage complaints. If you have a concern with the program you are enrolled in, or a concern with your education provider, the first step is to address that concern with the education provider by following their policy on complaints. 

If you believe that your complaint has not been addressed after taking this step, please refer to Complaints on our website for information on how to make a complaint to ANMAC.  

For general information about the status of your nursing or midwifery registration or endorsement contact the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). If you have further questions on registration or endorsement, including return-to-practice requirements, please contact the NMBA. 

You can find out by visiting the Approved programs of study list on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) website. If the program you want to enrol in is not on this list, it has not been accredited by ANMAC or approved by the NMBA and may not lead to eligibility to apply for registration as a nurse or midwife in Australia. 


Email a completed Intention to Submit (219 KB) form to On receipt, ANMAC will contact you to provide advice on documentation and timeframes.  

ANMAC accreditation assessment takes approximately 9-12 months. The process can take longer depending on the quality of the submission and the NMBA review is approximately one month. For more information please refer to Program accreditation on our website. 

When preparing for program accreditation, factor into your project plan the expiry date of your current NMBA approved program of study, time needed for new program development and submission preparation, as well as time for your organisation’s program approval process.

Please contact ANMAC as soon as you know you will be offering a new program by emailing an Intention to Submit (219 KB) form to On receipt, we will respond with information about our processes, including timeframes and required documentation.  

Carefully read the instructions in the application pack and supporting templates we sent you. For further information please refer to Program accreditation on our website or email 

ANMAC undertakes regular review of scheduled fees for program accreditation, program changes and program monitoring. For updates please refer to the fee schedule on our website.

Yes, each program requires its own site visit. In part this is because the assessment team needs to meet with the education provider for a face-to-face discussion and assess each program’s resources and delivery.

ANMAC can undertake annual routine and targeted monitoring of approved programs.

For more information about these processes, please refer to Program monitoring on our website and our Accreditation policy and procedure.

The Program Monitoring Report (PMR) is completed annually and is used to confirm program delivery continues to meet the relevant accreditation standards and to facilitate reporting of program changes that do not require prospective notification. PMRs are due on the anniversary date of your program’s NMBA approval. One month prior to this date, we will email you the PMR template to complete. 

Complete an Intention to Submit (219 KB) form and email to On receipt of this form, ANMAC will contact you to provide advice on required documentation and process timeframes.  

For more information, please refer to Program changes on our website and our Accreditation policy and procedure.

Yes, education providers need to notify ANMAC of changes to approved programs. Some program changes require you to prospectively notify ANMAC so that an assessment of the change can be undertaken prior to implementation by the education provider.

For more information, please refer to Program changes on our website and our Accreditation policy and procedure.


Yes. However, all advertising material used to inform potential students will need to include the notation: ‘This program of study is not yet accredited by ANMAC or approved by the NMBA and will not lead to registration as a nurse or midwife in Australia under the approved qualification pathway, National Law Section 53a.’ 

Students must not be enrolled into a program until it is accredited by ANMAC and approved by the NMBA. Approved programs appear on the NMBA Approved programs of study list

Education providers can choose to plan, develop and acquire the necessary resources to offer a program of study before receiving accreditation from ANMAC, however, this is at their own risk. 

No. Students must not be enrolled into a program until it is accredited by ANMAC and approved by the NMBA, as indicated by inclusion on the NMBA Approved program of study list

It is at their own risk that education providers choose to plan, develop and acquire resources to offer a program of study before receiving ANMAC accreditation and NMBA approval.

No. Enrolment of students can only commence once the program appears on the NMBA Approved Program of Study list. Graduates from programs appearing on this list will be eligible to apply for registration or endorsement as a nurse or midwife in Australia. Potential students must be informed of the program’s ANMAC accreditation status and NMBA approval status in all advertising material and prior to enrolment. 

The ANMAC accreditation assessment generally takes from 9 to 12 months depending on submission quality and education provider responsiveness. The start of the ANMAC accreditation assessment is the assessment phase. It requires the education provider to submit a completed application pack, completed ANMAC templates, supporting documentation and payment of the accreditation assessment fee. It concludes when the NMBA are notified of the ANMAC accreditation decision. Time taken by the NMBA to approve a program of study is separate to and excluded from ANMAC’s accreditation timeframe. 

When preparing for program accreditation, factor into your project plan the expiry date of your current NMBA approved program of study, time needed for new program development and submission preparation, as well as time for your organisation’s program approval process. 

Prior to submission of your completed documentation and accreditation assessment fee, please liaise with our administrative staff via Your assigned Associate Director (AD) will contact you once the assessment phase of accreditation commences. You are then encouraged to liaise directly with your AD until the review of your program is completed by the assessment team and presented to the relevant accreditation committee.  

When submitting documentation during the accreditation process, please direct your emails to (for filing purposes) and CC your Associate Director. 

Yes. You can decline a nominated assessment team member only if you believe there is a real or perceived conflict of interest. You must email your objections to Accreditation Services, within 3 business days, via If we do not hear from you within this timeframe the assessment team will remain as nominated. 

Yes. It’s mandatory to use ANMAC’s application pack, forms, checklists and templates. The documents are designed to help you address criteria requirements in the accreditation standards specific to your type of program. ANMAC will provide you with the correct application pack and latest templates on receipt of your completed Intention to Submit form. Please note our forms and templates undergo regular quality improvements and it is important to use the most up-to-date documents so that your application is progressed without delay.  

You can send all electronic submissions to ANMAC using a Cloud-based link to the document, such as DropBox. Please ensure any documents submitted throughout the accreditation process are also sent to  

You will be emailed reports collating the team’s assessment of submitted evidence, including the:  

  • Collated Review Report incorporating outcomes from the team’s initial meeting and any further evidence requests 
  • Site Visit Report summarising outcomes from the team’s site visit and any further evidence requests
  • Outcome of Accreditation Assessment Report outlining the team’s accreditation recommendations to be presented to the relevant accreditation committee. 

You are encouraged to liaise with your AD if you require information or clarification about assessment team responses or about ANMAC accreditation assessment processes.  

Yes. Posted on our website is a note on English language skills requirements that provides responses to frequently asked questions about English language skills admission requirements for entry to practice registered and enrolled nurse programs.  

In summary:

  • Prospective students seeking admission to NMBA approved registered nurse and enrolled nurse programs must sign a declaration stating their primary language is English OR provide valid English language test results as specified in the NMBA English language skills registration standard. 
  • Please refer to our glossary for a definition of ‘primary language’.  

For more information, please contact  


If you are interested in becoming an ANMAC assessor please visit Become an assessor on the ANMAC website for an overview of what is involved.

Yes. Assessors are paid a sitting fee for their time and expenses. For more information, please refer to the ANMAC Assessor handbook.

Yes. For more information, please refer to ;Becoming an assessor on our website.  

For more information about CPD, please refer to the FAQs on the NMBA website.

ANMAC will contact you as vacancies for teams requiring your skills and qualifications arise. If you are contacted by ANMAC to be part of an assessment team, it is important you respond as soon as possible, so there are no delays in assessment team assembly. 

Please notify ANMAC on if your contact details have changed. 

No. ANMAC needs you to review submissions independently and not discuss your views or work with other members of the assessment team until the first team meeting is held to exchange views and collate outcomes. For more information, please refer to the ANMAC Assessor handbook. If you have questions when part of an assessment team, please contact your assigned Associate Director.

If you could not find your question on this page, please contact  

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