Please note this event has been postponed due to COVID 19. We will advise you updates as soon as possible.
These immersive workshops provide Years 10 - 12 students with an opportunity to explore real-world examples of study, skills and careers in the areas of health and medicine.
Students will learn to check vital signs, dress a wound, use PPE and how to provide basic life support. Students will work through real-life scenarios with our team of academics and students and have the opportunity ask questions about studying at UTAS and career pathways in Nursing.
As a Registered Nurse you can have a lifelong and rewarding career in a huge range of areas including emergency medicine, surgery, and mental health. There are many opportunities for future career progression, plus, you’ll make a real difference in the quality of life for your community.
- Applications are now open
- Wednesday 18th August: Applications Close
- Friday 20th August: Successful applicants will be notified and provided with additional details.
- Thursday 2nd September: 8.45am-2.45pm Workshop runs
- The workshop will run from 8:45am – 2:45pm on Thursday 2nd September
- Location: University of Tasmania Sydney Campus, Corner of Church and Glover St, Lilyfield NSW 2040
- Students must provide their own transport to and from the workshop.
- Students must bring their own food for the day.
Frequently asked questions
Applicants must be currently studying in Year 10, 11, 12 or 13 at a school/college in Australia.
All successful applicants will be notified by email by Friday 20th August 2021. All applicants will be notified by email of the outcome once all places have been accepted.
Students are responsible for their own transport to and from the workshop.
Students are required to bring a notebook and pen and their own meals for the day (i.e. lunch, snacks and water bottle).
Students must wear enclosed shoes (e.g. sports shoes). Successful applicants will be advised of any additional dress requirements specific to their workshop.
Successful applicants must complete an online COVID-safe campus induction module prior to the day of their workshop (which will be sent to successful applicants). On entry to the University campus, students must visit a Health Screening Station.
Students must stay at home if they are unwell. Strict hygiene and physical distancing practices are strongly encouraged with sanitising stations placed throughout the University.