With the help of our nursing course, you can learn the skills and knowledge you need to become a registered nurse and work in a variety of healthcare settings. Enrolled nurses work in this rewarding field, caring for patients under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse.
In this health course, you will learn how to apply general nursing care, assess clients' health, and examine health-related data.
Along with developing these abilities, you'll learn how to provide healthcare for a variety of patients, including the elderly, those in need of urgent care, and those dealing with mental health problems.
Your communication skills will be enhanced, and you'll learn how to conduct yourself in accordance with nursing's moral and legal guidelines. You will complete the minimum 400 hours of needed clinical placement in a range of urban, suburban, and rural healthcare settings.
What you will study
It has been determined that 25 units of competency have been accomplished, including:
20 core units and
5 elective units
Encourages cooperation and consensus-building among team members, patients, and families in order to improve knowledge, outcomes, and health.
Delivers patient groups, families, and communities patient-centered, all-encompassing care that is age- and culturally appropriate.
Use clinical reasoning and critical thinking to promote a culture of safety and lower the risk of harm to populations, families, employees, and the community.
Evaluates and incorporates the most recent data with clinical expertise, customer preferences, experience, and values to make practice decisions for high-quality outcomes.
Demonstrates open dialogue, mutual respect, and involvement in decision-making with the patient, family, and interprofessional team (s).
Recognizes the ways in which the healthcare system is evolving and demonstrates the ability to access resources in a safe, effective, and economical manner in order to provide value-based care.
Maintaining moral, ethical, humanistic, legal, regulatory, and self-care norms consistently exemplifies professionalism.
Exemplifies leadership by taking responsibility, exercising influence, and cooperating with others in a way that will make it simpler to establish and achieve shared goals.
Effectively manages knowledge, communicates, and uses technology and information systems to support safe practice decision-making.
encourages healthy aging, values the unique psychosocial, physical, and cultural traits of senior citizens, and provides effective and safe care.
Following the successful completion, you may apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for enrolled nurse registration (NMBA).
You may decide to apply for positions as an enrolled nurse in a number of healthcare facilities, such as:
The equivalent of Year 12 is required for international students.
A minimum age of 18 (mature age students are welcome to apply)
Demonstrate proficiency in math and literacy (all applicants must take the Box Hill Institute core skills diagnostic test). The entry-level requirement for applicants in writing, math, and literacy is level 3.
English Language Requirements
a minimum overall IELTS score of 6.0 (Academic), with no band lower than 5.5, or an equivalent substitute
Total Course Estimate - $32,726
Payable Estimate (at commencement) - $15,835