Meet Our Team

Qualifications

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.

Our Trainers

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. 

    Chris Hall – WA Senior Education Consultant 

    Chris is as a Nurse/Midwife with a genuine love for training. She has trained in First Aid, C.P.R. and Manual Handling for over 8 years with various providers in the community. Chris is excited about being involved with training of the next generation of Nurses and Midwives.

    Karen Kopec – WA Education Consultant

    Karen has been a Nurse for many years in a wide variety of roles. She has worked as a District Nurse in the UK, within the GP practice as a Vaccination Nurse and on a casual basis as a Clinical Supervisor for ECU. Her favourite work is education with a touch of fun and laughter.

    Frankie Green – WA Education Consultant

    Frankie is originally from the United Kingdom where she completed her initial General and Mental Health Nurse training. Since living in Australia she has also achieved a Bachelors’ degree and Cert IV TAE. She has over 30 years’ experience working in both fields of Nursing, not only in a clinical role but as a Manager, Educator, Clinical Facilitator and Mentor for undergraduate Nurses as well as post graduate staff.

    Michelle Hanlin – SA Senior Education Consultant

    Michelle commenced her Nursing career at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 1988. Most of her Nursing has been in Surgical, High Dependency and Rehabilitation. Michelle is an energetic and passionate Educator.

    Anita Oehler – SA Education Consultant

    Anita is originally from Germany. She has been trained as a Dental Nurse, Paramedic and Midwife.
    Over the last 25 years she was able to work in various health services in several different countries including the U.K., Switzerland, Chile, Jamaica, USA and Germany.
    She has a great passion for Clinical Education.

    Vanessa Savory – WA Senior Education Consultant

    Vanessa was an Ambulance Paramedic for 13 years in Western Australia, with extensive experience in cardiac arrest and patient movement. She also has nine years’ experience training in basic First Aid up to Advanced Life Support as well as manual handling through patient movement and extrication.

    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. 

    Sarah Roberts – WA Education Consultant

    Sarah is an RN and educator who has worked for 20 years in Acute Tertiary Hospitals. Her clinical experience includes acute short stay medicine, plastics, vascular, GI, burns, ENT and day surgery. Sarah has actively supported and coached new RNs and undergraduates since the beginning of her career in the U.K. She has developed that interest over the last 14 years in Australia with 10 years as an Educator in one of Perth’s teaching hospitals before she joined IntelliLearn at the end of 2016. 

    Irene Rowe – SA Education Consultant

    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. 

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     • Fremantle Hospital

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     • UTAS

     • Flinders University

     • GPK

    Universities postponing training (until a later date to be advised) are:

    • Curtin University students who were scheduled to train between 31st March 2020 and 1st April 2020

    University of New England

    • UNISA

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    WEBSITE ANNOUNCEMENT

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

     

    ***This information may change without notice so please check back here regularly***

    As of 19 March 2020, two Universities have postponed their Student+Safe training for a later date but all others are proceeding with training. This could change with little notice so please check back here regularly and also check your email regularly (including SPAM and JUNK folders).

    Universities and Venues that will be Training as normal

    The following Universities and Venues are proceeding with their training as normal:

     • ECU

     • Curtin

     • Fremantle Hospital

     • Murdoch University

     • UTAS

     • Flinders University

     • GPK

    Universities postponing training (until a later date) are:

     • University of New England

     • UNISA

    Students at these two Universities will be contacted by email (please check this regularly including SPAM and JUNK folders) with further information about new training dates. Please rest assured that we will be providing this training as soon as we can.

    If you are attending Training...

    If you feel unwell or show any cold or flu symptoms or have returned from a high/moderate risk country in the last 14 days or have been in contact with anyone who has confirmed COVID 19 during the last 14 days you are strictly prohibited from undertaking the training. 

    Please ensure that when you attend training on campus that you follow the strict requirements including:

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     • DO NOT shake anyone’s hand - use a gesture to greet your friends and colleagues

     • DO NOT un-necessarily touch surfaces and avoid touching your face

     • Cover your coughs or sneezes with a disposable tissue or your elbow

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