Want to work to improve the wellbeing of people across a variety of health settings? Our courses provide the skills and knowledge required to become a 21st-century nurse.
You'll learn the basics of nursing care, as well as how to administer and monitor medication care for older clients, acute care clients and those suffering mental health conditions.
Graduates may go on to work in a range of environments, including acute care, aged care, rehabilitation, palliative care and mental health care within hospital or community settings.
|Required 2018 ATAR||Course||Campus||VTAC Codes|
|60||Bachelor of Nursing||
|N/A||Diploma of Nursing||Wantirna||3401010534 (FTDP)||LEARN MORE|
|N/A||Certificate IV in Disability||Wantirna||
|N/A||Certificate III in Health Services Assistance||Wantirna||Apply directly to Swinburne||LEARN MORE|
|N/A||Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)||Wantirna||Apply directly to Swinburne||LEARN MORE|
VTAC FEE-TYPE CODES
CSP Commonwealth-supported places | DFP Domestic fee places | FTDP Fee type determined by provider | IFP International fee places