Important Information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic - Update 3 January 2022
This year has once again demanded our enduring resilience and I acknowledge the significant burden COVID-19 continues to have on nurses, medical staff, front line workers and indeed the whole community. The pressure that has been felt by all both in our personal and professional roles has been immense. We should all be extremely proud of the enormous courage, strength, and commitment to providing quality health care to the Australian community whilst living with the complexities of COVID-19.
We are all looking forward to 2022 and the hope that we can resume some degree of “normalcy” in our lives and ACEN is also looking forward to being able to deliver the educational programs that help us to enhance our knowledge and skills in delivery of quality care to our patients.
Course dates have been added to the website, and these will continue to be added to as the Health Advice and State Border Restrictions become more settled
I wish you and your loved ones all a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy holiday period and for 2022.
Thank you again for all the work you do to keep our communities safe and well.
Australian College of Emergency Nursing
Register your Interest for Upcoming Courses
Update January 2022.
While ongoing restrictions by the Federal Government and states continue, we have partially resumed our Education Program for the year. While we are still awaiting clarity on when flights and venues will be available we are accepting “Expressions of Interest” to help us to organise courses and alert you to the locations that could work for you as they become available. Please provide your contact information and preferred courses and our team will be in contact.
If you have a non-course related enquiry, please let us know from here.
Welcome to Australian College of Emergency Nursing
The Australian College of Emergency Nursing promotes and maintains high standards of emergency health care, furthering professional standards for emergency practice, maintain and improving education, promoting and supporting research and representing nurses at local, state, national and international levels.
Membership of the Australian College of Emergency Nursing is open to all persons subscribing to the ACEN aims and objectives.
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Phone: 02 9629 8688
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Glenwood, NSW 2768
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
How can I register for a course ?
Course information, costs and locations are available from the Courses menu above. You can search the courses and match course calendars to plan your course schedule. To enrol for a course, start here
How can I become a member ?
We’ve love to have you on board. You can join by downloading the form and sending it to us (mail details here) or filling out the application form online.
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Where is the member section of the site ?
We have reviewed our membership offerings and for now the value to members is in the class discounts and Facebook page. We will add a member section in the future if the situation changes.
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For now, ACEN currently cannot accept electronic membership joins – please bear with us while we add this capability to our site.