Want a Different Experience?

The Network provides an exciting Graduate Nurse Program for newly qualified registered nurses with three unique pathways: Custodial Health Services Metropolitan, Custodial Health Services Rural and the Mental Health Program

Each pathway offers an opportunity for newly qualified registered nurses to work in a supportive environment alongside clinical experts who are eager to assist in your professional development.

The program enables graduate nurses to experience the provision of world class health care to adults and adolescents who come in contact with the justice system. By undertaking this program, graduate nurses can experience working in a range of unique settings including primary health centers, forensic mental health in patient hospitals, courts, community and post release/ discharge planning services.

This is a structured program with a comprehensive orientation, paid ongoing education workshops, and reflective supervision supported by the clinical experts in the specialist areas.

Joining the Network’s innovative Graduate Nurse Programs will be the beginning of a unique and rewarding career with many opportunities for professional development and career advancement.

Program intake occurs between February and April each year.

Read more about the 12 month graduate nurses program with three unique pathways:

Custodial Health Services (Metropolitan) Graduate Nurse Program

Custodial Health Services (Rural) Graduate Nurse Program

Mental Health Graduate Nurse Program