Training and education for nurses and midwives

Employed model programs

Applications for the 2022 Employed Model Programs are now open.

NT Health is offering its Bachelor of Midwifery Employed Model Program and has expanded its post graduate nursing and midwifery Employed Model Programs which are a unique initiative of NT Health and recognised university providers that offer registered nurses and registered midwives paid work in the NT while they study.

To apply for the programs you must:

  • Be eligible for employment with NT Health; and
  • Meet university course enrolment criteria.

Interested? Don’t delay. Employed Model Programs are advertised on for a short time only. Program application closing dates vary. Continue reading for more information.

The NT Health Employed Model Program supports students to meet the clinical requirements of the CDU’s Bachelor of Midwifery while employed as a registered nurse/student midwife working in the Royal Darwin Palmerston Hospital Maternity Unit.

2022 Charles Darwin University and Royal Darwin Hospital RN Midwifery Student Employed Model Information Sheet DOCX (56.4 KB)

Am I eligible to apply?

If you hold current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) as a Registered Nurse with at least one year post graduate experience, recent experience in the acute care area and are enrolled or are eligible to enrol at Charles Darwin University (CDU) in the Bachelor of Midwifery course, you meet the minimum requirements to apply.

How to apply?

Apply online

Applications close Thursday 16 September 2021.

Royal Darwin Palmerston Hospital is offering registered nurses and registered midwives paid employment while undertaking study in a speciality area post graduate course through a recognised university provider.

The courses are delivered online with clinical competency requirements.

For more information about the Employed Model Programs for registered nurses and midwifes see contact details in the Information Sheets.

Print all pages in this section

Last updated: 21 September 2021

Give feedback about this page.

Share this page:

URL copied!