Meet Our Team
All IntelliLearn Trainers are Nurses and/or Midwives or Paramedics, with Cert IV TAE and intensively trained in the most up to date, current best practice. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, our Trainers enrich the courses they deliver in a clinical context making them relevant and appropriate to the needs of Nursing and Midwifery students.
Claire Cope – National Director of Clinical Education and Governance
Claire is a Registered Nurse with 25 years’ experience. Over the past sixteen years, she has held Clinical Lead/Operational Management positions, with key responsibilities in procurement and delivery of Nurse Education, Nurse Performance Management, Complaints and Serious Adverse Incident Management, Clinical Supervision and WH&S Management. Claire has been responsible for developing and rolling out IntelliLearn’s business model for compliance training for nursing students. She has been involved in every aspect of development, marketing, recruitment and training of high quality teams and quality assurance. Claire has a strong commitment, motivation and passion to not only achieve, but to excel standards of Best Practice wherever possible in the interests of adding value and mitigating risk to Organisations, Nurses and most importantly the patients in their care.
Kate Murphy – National Clinical Education Manager
Kate Murphy is a Registered Nurse with 16 years’ experience, principally as a Clinical Nurse in acute Coronary Care, alongside significant education experience in a staff development and training role. Kate brings a passion and commitment to educate the upcoming generation of Nurses and Health Care Professionals.
Jess Amos – National Clinical Education Manager
Jess is a Registered Nurse, who over the last 12 years worked in variety of clinical settings both in WA and the UK. She has experience in general med/surg, occupational health, district nursing and transplants. Jess is passionate about educating and empowering the next generation of Nurses.
Western Australian Team
Julia is both a Registered Nurse and Midwife with over 10 years’ experience in Private and Public hospital settings both in NSW and WA. Her clinical experience extends to mentoring students and new graduates as well as delivering staff educational sessions and conducting mandatory competency assessments in her current role as a Clinical Midwifery Educator. Julia is excited to be working with Intellilearn and involved in educating the next generation of Nurses and Midwives.
Rebecca is a Registered Nurse with over five years’ experience in orthopaedics, gastroenterology, recovery and anaesthetics. She has a personable and relatable approach to education, which allows her students to feel comfortable and engaged. Rebecca looks forward to sharing her experience with her students and delivers high quality and professional training sessions.
Inge is a Registered Nurse who graduated from Curtin University in 2011. She has since completed two postgraduate qualifications including a Diploma in Critical Care.
Inge is now fulfilling her passion for sharing knowledge by branching into the education side of the nursing profession, while remaining clinical in ED part-time.
Dani is a Registered Nurse with 10 years’ experience in a variety of clinical settings from Obstetrics/Gynaecology, Paediatrics, General Medical, Surgical, HDU and Emergency Nursing. Dani works as a Clinical Nurse in the Emergency Department with a passion for critical care and mentoring students. Dani has a positive approach and is enthusiastic about educating students to be successful throughout their professional development and educational journey.
Frank qualified as a Registered Nurse from South Bank University, London in 1996. Frank has over twenty years’ experience in Coronary Care and Level Three Intensive Care. Being passionate in teaching and mentoring in the clinical setting, Frank joined the Intellilearn team in 2019 and is enjoying a new challenge in his career.
Patricia is a Clinical Nurse Educator who has worked for over 25 years in Acute Care hospitals and also teaches within the TAFE and University settings. Her specialties in education include Co-ordinating Graduate Nurse Programmes, Recognising and Responding to the Deteriorating Patient and ALS (1). Her teaching is complimented by clinical experience in general, vascular and colorectal surgery, general medicine and Critical Care. She has a passion for nursing and supporting novice nurses in their development. Patricia is enthusiastic, engaging and student-centred in her approach to teaching.
Donna is a Registered Nurse/ Midwife, with 20 years clinical experience predominantly in Midwifery. Her passion is holistic healthcare and teaching the future generation of nurses and midwives.
South Australian Team
Viv is a Registered Nurse/Registered Midwife with over 25years’ clinical experience. She works for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia as a Flight Nurse/Midwife. As a Nursing/Midwifery lecturer, Viv is also passionate about education for the future generation of Nurses and Midwives.
Irene Rowe has been a Registered Nurse for 15 years. She has worked in both the Medical and Surgical Wards within the areas of Oncology and Palliative Care for the past 10 years. Previous to this Irene worked in the Surgical Ward of the Breast/Endocrine Unit. Irene has also worked at the King Edward VII and Royal Marsden Hospital and St Bartholomew Hospice during her stay in the United Kingdom. Her experience extends in delivering educational sessions and conducting mandatory competencies within the Aged Care Nursing sector.
Sarah is a Registered Nurse, her experience ranges from surgical wards to Day Procedure Recovery, she has previous been the trainer for her Day procedure unit in Basic Life Support. Sarah has a great passion
Rohan is a Nurse Manager who has worked for over 13 years in clinical and educational nursing roles, including emergency management, forensic mental health, and critical care.
His interests span across all high acuity patient care settings, with a passion for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, resuscitation, staff and patient safety, and evidence-based practice.
Whilst engaging in teaching, he takes pride creating a comfortable, fun, and memorable learning experience for all learners.
Jake is a Registered Nurse with over 11 years’ clinical experience, primarily in Emergency, Immunisation, Mental Health and Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. Jake has extensive educational experience in both undergraduate and graduate capacities and brings an enthusiastic and passionate approach to learning and teaching. He is passionate about promoting holistic patient centred care and advocating for the selfcare and wellbeing of his students/peers.