Transition to Professional Practice Program (TPPP) for registered midwives
Update for 2023 registered midwife TPPP applicants:
• provisional offers have now been made for the 2023 intake.
Passionate, driven and excited to kickstart your career as a newly registered midwife? A career in midwifery is rewarding and challenging and SA Health can provide you with a platform to leap into this exciting career.
SA Health’s TPPP will kickstart your midwifery career through a well-structured program designed to support your first year of practice as a Registered Midwife. You will be supported by highly skilled clinicians and educators to help consolidate your skills and knowledge in clinical settings across the SA Health’s network. The rewards you will gain from this experience will be rich and the opportunities will be endless.
SA Health coordinates a centralised annual recruitment campaign for graduate nurses and midwives within the public health services across South Australia. This means that you will only have to apply once for a TPPP position and have the option to nominate up to four health service preferences.
SA Health’s TPPP is highly competitive with the number of applications received far exceeding the number of positions available.
Our TPPP experience offers:
- TPPP Educator/Coordinator and education support team
- Orientation program
- Professional Development study days
- Peer support
- Clinical rotations
- Shift work – 24 hours, 7 days a week
- Full-time and part-time positions are available across metropolitan and regional local health networks
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