Advance your journey in healthcare – become an Enrolled Nurse.
A truly caring vocation.
VFA Learning has a full range of physical resources to support the delivery of the HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing; including a newly fitted simulation centre (lab), tutorial rooms, selection of small group learning spaces and a well resourced computer laboratory.
This program meets the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Enrolled Nurse Standards for Practice and is designed to build the skills you’ll need to competently practice in the workplace.
VFA Learning has developed a blended option for their Certificate IV, Diplomas and Advanced Diploma courses including online for theory components and completion of all practical observations either in a simulated work environment and placement as required by the qualification. Potential students are encouraged to speak with one of our highly experienced Course Consultants to discuss options that suit your learning needs.
Average Salary Enrolled Nurse
Healthcare Sector demand for Nurses
New nurses required in the Australian workforce by 2025
The course focuses on developing a sustainable base of industry-specific skills and strategies to enable you to develop a patient-centred nursing approach. Training is delivered through a mix of online, classroom and practical lab sessions (simulated clinical environment) and you will undertake 4 professional placements in a variety of clinical environments.
The VFA Learning School of Nursing has a full range of physical resources including a simulation centre (lab), classrooms, tutorial rooms, small group learning spaces and space for private study and a computer laboratory.
This course meets the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards and is designed to build the skills you’ll need in the workplace to ensure that upon graduation you are able to work safely and competently, to contribute effectively in the clinical environment
Enrolled nurses help to provide acute, preventive, curative and rehabilitative care, under the direction of a registered nurse. As an enrolled nurse, you could be responsible for:
- Collecting patient information
- Assessing a patient’s health status
- Taking a range of observations
- Documenting care plans
- Conducting nursing interventions
- Administering IV and other medications
- Acute, general and surgical care
- Palliative care
- Residential Aged Care