Name: Nikki Van Diemen
Qualifications: RN & Nursing Coordinator
Day: , 2017
Location: Batemans Bay, Ulladulla, Bega, Merimbula
Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled Nursing) HLT54115
What is the Diploma of Nursing?
The Diploma of Nursing has been designed to equip students with the up-to-date skills and professional insight you need to develop a long lasting career safeguarding the health of others.
Throughout the course you will be equipped with the essential skills required to work as an Enrolled Nurse within a variety of health and aged care settings.
These skills include communicating with patients, working in a team, medication, and clinical nursing duties. This course is your chance to start a career working in one of our most vital industries.
* Currently awaiting approval from Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council
Is the Diploma of Nursing suitable for me?
If you are looking for a change in career or are looking to start your career in Nursing, this is the course for you! The Diploma of Nursing assumes no prior knowledge of Nursing, so NO nursing background is required.
The course is also appropriate for those who have been working as an AIN/PCA/HAS and wish to move to the next level.
Nursing is a community service career. The nursing field is a growing one and nurses are in high demand. Job security is high.
Nursing graduates enjoy consistently high employment rates and strong median salaries. For example Public Health System Nurses’ & Midwives (State) Award 2015 – Enrolled Nurse 1st year – from 1/7/16 $1029.60 per week.
A Diploma of Nursing may be used as credit towards a Nursing Degree. Some Universities may allow Endorsed enrolled Nurses to enter Bachelor of Nursing degrees in the 2nd year.
Part-time – 18 months (Includes 400hrs of unpaid industry experience).
South Coast Careers College implements a variety of methods to meet individual learning needs. Blended learning is a key component that includes a combination of face to face, virtual, online, self-directed, text and workplace based learning opportunities.
Classroom learning is a trainer-led approach in a classroom.
Online learning or ‘e-learning’ is the use of technology, such as the internet and computer to enable you to learn anytime and anywhere. Online learning can take place in the classroom, workplace, at home or at a public library.
- Workplace Learning
On-the-job learning takes place in a workplace and can be via employment or a work placement. This type of learning allows you to get hands-on, practical experience.
- Self-Directed Learning
This is when you are required to undertake some learning independently.
Eligibility does apply. Please contact the College for more information Ph: 4472 9202.
All prospective students must attend an information session and complete a literacy and numeracy assessment.
Applicants are required to declare their physical and emotional capacity to safely perform the duties associated with direct care work.
Recognised Prior Learning – In some circumstances South Coast Careers College will be able to grant students with some Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) if you have completed previous nursing studies.
Register below or for more information Contact our Nursing Course Coordinator Nikki Van Diemen 02 4472 9202.
At the time of publishing all course dates were accurate, however dates and times are susceptible to change throughout the term. Please be sure to confirm your course dates on enrolment with our reception staff.