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Take a giant leap in your career as a Midwife with SA Health's 2017 Transition to Professional Practice Program (TPPP) for Registered Midwives

SA Health's Transition to Professional Practice Program is a great way to kick start your career in Midwifery.

This popular program helps bridge the gap between University training and professional practice, providing an invaluable opportunity for those fresh out of Uni to gain 'real world' experience in a range of clinical settings.

Along with the assistance of a dedicated TPPP Coordinator and support team, you'll enjoy:

  • Professional Development study days
  • A clinical focused program
  • Peer support
This is your chance to apply theory to practice, building your skills and confidence in a supportive, hands-on learning environment. And as your confidence grows, you'll be exposed to various clinical settings, providing you with across-the-board experience as a professional Midwife.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to transition safely into your midwifery career with experienced clinicians who are ready to share their vast experience and knowledge with you.

Important dates

  • Applications open on Monday 22 August 2016
  • Applications close on Monday 12 September 2016 at 5:00 pm
  • Offers will be made in November 2016 with positions starting early 2017

Country Health SA Information Sessions
The following information sessions have been scheduled for Country Health SA:

Registered Midwives TPPP
  • Education Centre, Milner Street Hindmarsh
  • Check the board for room details
  • Wednesday 6 July 2016:   10:00am - 11:00am
Combined Registered Midwives and Registered Nurses TPPP
  • Education Centre, Milner Street Hindmarsh
  • Check the board for room details
  • Wednesday 6 July 2016:   1:30pm - 2:30pm

Please note that more information about the TPPP, locations and other open days will be available on this website within the next couple of weeks.



"If you are thinking about doing the TPPP, stop thinking and do it!

What you get out of it is so great including regular opportunities to catch up with your peers and reflect. Going from Uni to work is a big step and the TPPP provides you with supported learning across the full spectrum of care.

The TPPP gave me the confidence and opportunities to do things on my own, things I hadn't done at Uni.

I've made excellent friends through this program and I really enjoy being able to share my new knowledge with friends and family." Read more...

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