Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing is designed to expand students’ knowledge and skills in clinical nursing whilst ensuring relevance to clinical practice. Students may choose one clinical specialisation - from 22 available - in which they will develop their skills in providing holistic care, including person and family-centred health promotion, in specialty practice (please see the ‘More Course Information’ section below for details). Specific knowledge in the areas of bioscience, pharmacology and lifespan development, relevant to the chosen specialty will also be explored in the context of application to clinical nursing practice.
40 credit points.
- Clinical nursing
Standard entry requirements
- To be eligible for admission to the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing, an applicant must have:have completed a Bachelor of Nursing degree or equivalent
- Hold current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
- And be employed in a substantive position in their chosen specialisation unless approved otherwise by the Course Coordinator.*Disclaimer: The Course entry requirements above are for 2021 Admission.
Graduates can progress to a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing, a Master of Clinical Nursing or a range of other postgraduate courses offered by the Faculty, for example a Master of Leadership and Management in Health Care.
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Graduates may seek employment in clinical nursing in government and private health care facilities.