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Enrolled Nursing

Learn skills to assess clients and manage client care and apply research skills within a contemporary health environment and will learn skills in areas such as Palliative care nursing, Perioperative nursing and Critical care nursing.

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HLT54115 AYZ3 Nursing
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Diploma Face-to-face block delivery
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Provide the right care to those in need.

The Diploma of Nursing provides participants with the practical skills and knowledge to work as an enrolled nurse. Upon successful completion, participants will have the skills to assist in the provision of preventative, curative and rehabilitative nursing, and will be able to seek enrolled nursing registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Participants will learn about:

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Infection control
  • Nursing care of clients
  • Legal and ethical parameters of nursing practice
  • Health issues of Indigenous Australians
  • Nutritional and mental health care
  • Promoting positive health.

Please note: Participants will need to complete a mandatory 440 hours of clinical placement, and attendance at two one-week blocks at Pundulmurra campus in South Hedland each semester. Clinical placements are required to be undertaken in Hedland/Karratha and in Perth, as part of the course.

Continue your studies into university through our joint articulation program!

Students who successfully complete NR TAFE's Diploma of Nursing are offered a direct pathway into CQUniversity Australia's Bachelor of Nursing, receiving full credit for their enrolled nursing training. Speak to us about progressing into university studies via the articulation program.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Nursing!

Bachelor of Nursing WA portal
Bachelor of Nursing Handbook

APPLICATIONS FOR SEMESTER 1, 2021 ARE NOW OPEN! Applications close 30 October.

Click the 'apply now' tab below to download your application pack.

Semester 1, 2021

1 - 5 February: Nursing Orientation Week
8 February: Classes commence on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week
15 - 19 March: Simulation Week 1: Compulsory clinical skills training at Pundulmurra (South Hedland) campus
2 - 18 April: Mid-semester break
10 - 14 May: Simulation Week 2: Compulsory clinical skills training at Pundulmurra (South Hedland) campus

Clinical placement will commence at the end of the Semester for two weeks.

Scholarship opportunities are available to students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent who have received a letter of offer. Find out more on application.

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