Amount of Training
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders’ students
are encouraged to apply.
The HLT54121 Diploma of Nursing is the ideal qualification to launch your career, whether you want to advance your career in the healthcare sector or want to have a positive impact on other people’s lives.
The Diploma of Nursing course will equip students to work competently as Enrolled Nurses in a wide range of healthcare settings, including aged care, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, acute care, and mental health. Students will gain expertise in critical areas of anatomy and physiology, critical infection control, and aspects of medication administration.After completing this course, you will gain the fundamental knowledge and skills required to work as a nurse in the fast-paced healthcare sector.
Under the guidance of a registered nurse, you’ll learn to provide acute, preventative, curative, and rehabilitative care. Our simulation labs provide both clinical experience and hands-on training.
There is a huge demand for Enrolled Nurses in the health care industry in Australia in the coming years.
The average Enrolled Nurse’s salary in Australia is $65,000
IHNA (Institute of Health and Nursing Australia) is trusted by more than 𝟏𝟒𝟎𝟎𝟎+ students and has been committed to providing excellence in education and training to meet the needs of the community since 2007.
*Fully online IHNA Online curriculum * Can be completed in as little as 3 months
Intensive Mode: Students are encouraged to complete the course in an intense mode by learning for 40 hours per week or more, with ‘recognition of prior learning’ if available, allowing them to complete the course in as little as 3 months.
Upon successful registration with NMBA graduates may gain employment in various healthcare facilities, which may include:
Work with diverse people
Practise nursing within the Australian health care system
Confirm physical health status
Apply communication skills in nursing practice
Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
Follow safe work practices for direct client care
Perform clinical assessment and contribute to planning nursing care
Apply legal and ethical parameters to nursing practice
Implement and monitor care of the older person
Provide end of life care and a palliative approach in nursing practice
Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
Apply principles of wound management in the clinical environment
Analyse and respond to client health information
Administer and monitor medicines and intravenous therapy
Implement and monitor care for a person with acute health conditions
Contribute to nursing care of a person with diabetes
Develop personal work priorities
Lead team effectiveness
Implement and monitor care for a person with chronic health conditions
Apply nursing practice in the primary health care setting
Reflect on and improve own professional practice
Research and apply evidence to practice
Implement, monitor, and evaluate nursing care
Implement and monitor care for a person with mental health conditions
Administer and coordinate Telehealth services
Although, there is no formal entry requirements for this Course, however applicants should demonstrate ability to perform task as required by the industry. IHNA’s admission requirements for the course are as follows:
Student must have basic computer skills covering the most common usages of a computer, including managing computer files, word processing, using spreadsheets and databases; creating presentations; finding information and communicating using computers; and being aware of social and ethical implications of Internet use.
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification, but applicants should demonstrate the ability to perform tasks as required by the health industry.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders’ students are encouraged to apply.
Must be at least 18 years old at the commencement of the course.
Satisfactory completion of studies in applicant’s home country equivalent to an Australian Year 12 course is required for entry into this course.
Entry into this course requires IELTS band score of 7 or equivalent.
Students may undergo language, literacy, and numeracy (LLN) to identify Language, Literacy and Numeracy capabilities at the time of Orientation (prior to commencing the courses).
Students over the age of 22 will also be considered without the minimum education requirements. Each case will be reviewed individually to ascertain the capacity of the student to meet course requirements.
Student must possess basic computer skills which includes covering the most common usages of a computer, including managing computer files, word processing, using spreadsheets and databases; creating presentations; finding information and communicating using computers; and being aware of social and ethical implications of Internet use.
Graduates who successfully complete the Diploma of Nursing program can enrol into further vocational education in specialised areas of practice or higher education programs and progress to higher learning opportunities.
* Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders’ students are encouraged to apply.
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Students must submit a portfolio of past evidence, which may include third-party assessments, and partaking in an interview procedure. They can further have their prior learning and work experiences acknowledged in this certification. A practical demonstration of the portfolio presented by the students may also be used to evaluate student’s competencies and expertise, which will give the educators a clear idea. In addition to this mutual recognition and credit transfer allow students to have their previous formal training recognized.
Credit Transfer is only available for Australian qualifications when a student has completed the units considered necessary for a qualification at another registered training organization.
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