Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing offers you a quality clinically focused education that can see you progress as a specialist clinical nurse. The program has been designed for registered nurses to develop their skills, knowledge, and the ability to respond to complex patient situations in specialised clinical environments. With the opportunity to specialise in emergency, acute medical/surgical care, critical care, mental health, aged care or public health this program will provide you with the theoretical foundation and clinical knowledge and skills to see you succeed.
- The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing is a one year, part-time (40 unit) degree. The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing has the following specialties
- Emergency, Acute Care, Critical Care, Mental Health, Aged Care, Public Health and Perinatal, Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health. The program is at AQF level 8 and in addition to providing industry with a clinically relevant program it will also provide an entry pathway for nurses in to AQF level 9. There is one 20 unit core course and 20 units of speciality courses.
- Emergency, Acute Care, Critical Care, Mental Health, Aged Care, Public Health and Perinatal, Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health.
Standard entry requirements
For admission, students must be a registered nurse in their own country, currently employed and engaged in clinical practice on a regular basis while undertaking this program, and provide a letter of support from a Clinical Nurse Educator (in area) or Nurse Unit Manager.
On completion of the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing students may apply for admission to Master level qualifications.
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Fees are indicative and subject to variation. Overall program fee may vary based on course selection.