Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Nursing provides registered nurses with the opportunity to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills so they are prepared to provide evidenced-based care in a range of contexts. There are a broad range of elective courses, enabling you to match your learning to your areas of interest or workplace needs. As a graduate, you can then choose to further your qualifications with a Graduate Diploma of Nursing, which requires an additional four courses, then add another four courses for a Master of Nursing (Coursework). The Graduate Certificate and Diploma programs are open to you if you do not have an undergraduate nursing degree, but have accumulated clinical experience as a Registered Nurse. Notre Dame provides a nurturing environment that will allow you to sharpen your skills and challenge you to succeed in your chosen field.
Units of Credit 100
- Acute Care, Mental Health, Governance, Education, Evidenced based practice and research, Professional Development, Management and Leadership
Standard entry requirements
The following entry requirements apply to this program: Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia or provisional registration, whichever is applicable at the time of commencement. Nursing or other appropriate degree or the equivalent
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