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This qualification is the entry-level qualification for Enrolled Nurses (ENs) in Australia. You will develop the essential skills and knowledge to work as an Enrolled Nurse across a range of healthcare settings under the supervision of a registered nurse. You will learn to work with patients of all ages in different environments with a focus on aged care, community, and mental health.
The course also develops your skills and knowledge to administer intravenous medications and gain the skills in acute care which involves medical and surgical nursing skills.
Employment in Health Care and Social Assistance industry is projected to grow by 301,000 workers over the five years toNovember 2026.
All across Australia, Nurses and Aged and Disabled Carers were in the TOP 3 occupations in demand at the end of 2022
Hospitals are the largest sector in the Health Care and Social Assistance industry, employing 27.9% of workers
Most workers are formally qualified: 31% have a Skills Level 2 / VET qualification (Adv Dip / Dip)
source: Jobs and Skills Australia, 2021 Employment projections for the five years to 2026
source: Jobs and Skills Australia: Labour Market Update, February 2023
This qualification could lead to your employment in the nursing industry in the following occupational titles
Enrolled Nurse in the following areas
- Acute (hospital) care
- Medical centres
- Mental health
- Palliative care
- Aged care settings
*If you are eligible for Skills First funding and decide to access your entitlement, the training will be delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Learn more about Skills First Funding click here.
Please Note: All course information session and commencement dates are proposed dates and are subject to the numbers of students interested. Please always confirm the details of an information session with one of our office members before you attend.