The union representing Tasmanian nurses and midwifes says it's confident in TasTAFE's ability to deliver diploma of nursing courses.
It comes after news the vocational education and training provider had secured its registration with the nursing standards quality watchdog, after an audit from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council in 2018.
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Tasmania branch secretary Emily Shepherd said since that time TasTAFE had undertaken a significant amount of work to improve the curriculum and assessment process.
"It's important to recognise the role that TasTAFE plays in providing an essential pathway into the nursing profession in Tasmania, through the delivery of the diploma," she said.
"Through the accreditation process earlier in the year, the ANMF offered its full support to TasTAFE.
"It's been a massive undertaking on their part in terms of quality improvement."
Teachers and staff have continued to raise concerns about the course following The Examiner's investigation a fortnight ago into the vocational education provider.
However, Ms Shepherd said the public, including students, should have confidence that the course was inline with requirements.