Category Archives: Courses

Erosion of Care

By Aswathy|March 9, 2017|Aged Care|0 comments

Care erosion refers to a decline in the level of care given to patients in healthcare facilities. It has become a major public health issue all around the globe. There is a need to address this issue by finding the reasons behind it and taking steps to eradicate or minimize those causes. More registered nurses are required at each healthcare […]

3 Things You Need To Know Before Becoming A Childcare Worker

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|September 28, 2016|Courses|0 comments

Early childhood education is a career field that is becoming increasingly popular, especially among those who enjoy young children and have a desire to help to shape their learning. This growing field has opened up many different job opportunities; you can work with children right from birth to grade 3 or so, which is 8 years of age. You should […]

Which Healthcare Qualification Should I Enroll In?

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|August 26, 2016|CoursesCourses,News|0 comments

If you wish to get a healthcare qualification in Australia, there are many different types and levels of qualifications that you can choose from.   What is the AQF and why is it relevant? The AQF or the Australian Qualifications Framework is maintained by the Federal Government, through its Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. The AQF is the […]

All About Becoming a Registered Nurse in Australia

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|July 29, 2016|CoursesCourses,IHNACourses,IHNA,registered nurse|0 comments

Registered Nurses may be the most sought after healthcare position not only in Australia but also worldwide, as the demand for skilled and experienced RNs far outweighs the supply. This increasing demand for RNs is fuelled by multiple factors – among them being a sharp increase in the numbers of the ageing population, and a far greater need for chronic […]

Different Tracks to Become a Registered Nurse in Australia

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|June 29, 2016|CoursesCourses,IHNACourses,IHNA,registered nurse|2 comments

Nursing is a career that helps you to truly make a difference in the lives of others and give back to the community. As a nurse you can go places and see the world − skilled nurses are always in demand and much sought after in any country. As a profession, nursing is continually evolving and you will always have […]

How to Become a Registered Nurse (RN)

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|June 10, 2016|CoursesCourses,IHNA|2 comments

Nursing is one of the most sought after professions in healthcare and can be a highly rewarding and fulfilling career option. As a nurse, you can make a huge difference in the lives of the people you care for. You can work to flexible timings, work part time or full time as you wish, and make excellent wages.

Top 3 Nursing Courses

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|June 3, 2016|CoursesCourses,IHNA|5 comments

If you have made the decision to take up nursing in Australia, you have chosen a career path that is very rewarding and satisfying, and one that is an integral part of the healthcare system of the country. Nurses are the backbone of any medical institute- their caring, compassionate and dedicated service is what makes patients get better! Nurses are […]

ADN Degree Vs Nursing Diploma

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|May 31, 2016|CoursesCourses,IHNA|0 comments

The HLT51612 Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) qualification is for those who wish to start their career in Nursing. It is suitable both for school leavers and for mature aged students who wish to make a career change and take up nursing, but have no experience in the field. This Nursing Diploma is also suitable for those who are […]

Diploma of Nursing – Your Pathway to a Rewarding Career

By Institute of Health & Nursing Australia|March 7, 2016|Courses|7 comments

So you have made a decision to take up nursing — congratulations, you have chosen a very noble profession that makes a significant contribution to your community! A nurse is an integral part of the healthcare profession, and can be said to be the backbone of any hospital. Nursing is a profession that is in very high demand in Australia. […]

Disability, Aged Care and Home Care – One Starting Point, Three Pathways

By David Webb|January 13, 2016|Aged CareAged Care,Australian EducationAged Care,Australian Education,Courses|0 comments

If you have been seeking a qualification in disability support, aged care or community care, then you could be forgiven for wondering why many of the courses out there are apparently being discontinued. The answer, and I have this on good authority, is because the Certificate III in Aged Care, Certificate III in Disability and the Certificate III in Home […]