Discover a career in nursing at TAFE Queensland’s Redcliffe campus

Published 6:00am 10 September 2023

Discover a career in nursing at TAFE Queensland’s Redcliffe campus
Words by Jodie Powell

The health sector is growing in Australia, and you can now study the Diploma of Nursing (HLT54121) online while completing on-campus practical training at your local TAFE Queensland Redcliffe campus.

Studying online with TAFE Queensland gives you the control, flexibility and freedom to manage your workload and set your deadlines to learn in a way that suits you to get qualified.

Students get to complete their hands-on practical training at the state-of-the-art, purpose-built hospital facilities at the Redcliffe campus.

Highly experienced industry professionals will guide you every step of the way to ensure your transition into the health sector is a success as you gain the skills needed to work in healthcare.

Connected and engaged

The e-learning environment will keep you connected and engaged with your teachers as you study, while the dedicated student support team will help you get the most out of your student experience, from enrolment to graduation.

You’ll also have access to the Redcliffe campus library, which has individual and group study areas, computer labs and course-related materials to take your career in nursing to the next level.

The Diploma of Nursing (HLT54121) is the minimum requirement to register as an Enrolled Nurse.

Completing this course will see you enter the workforce with the advanced skills to perform clinical assessments, care for people with complex needs, and administer and monitor medications and IV therapy.

You’ll also qualify to seek registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Upon successful registration, you may find work as an Enrolled Nurse within a diverse range of healthcare settings.

Do what feels right for right now. For more information about TAFE Queensland’s courses or applying and changing your career, visit tafeqld.edu.au or call 1300 308 233.

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