The Sydney campus is located in Parramatta in the culturally sophisticated state of New South Wales (NSW). Unlike its other Australian sister capital cities, Sydney is the oldest. However, for its age it is a good looking city that constantly attracts both international students and travellers from across the globe. Australia’s best actors, stockbrokers, models, writers and architects call Sydney home, making it an ambitious and attractive city to live in.
Set on a spectacular natural harbour, Sydney’s coastal settings makes it a unique cosmopolitan city with an endless list of leisure pursuits: more than 70 sparkling beaches, fabulous food, festivals and fun. Don’t forget to bring your camera when you pass by the Opera House in a ferry ride under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Kayak to Manly Beach, learn to surf at Bondi Beach or swim in the blue waters of Coogee. Check out the cobblestone cul-de-sacs of The Rocks or pop into Paddington’s markets, boutiques, cafes and pubs. Most of these scenic spots can be easily accessed by ferry or by bus.
Sydney’s central location is perfect if travel is on your mind; venture to World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and the Six Foot Track bushwalk. Drive north to the Pacific Coast to Brisbane past the Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and surfers paradise Byron Bay, or head south to Melbourne via the uncrowded beaches of Jervis Bay. Many exciting adventures await you in this clean, safe city all year round as the moderate sub-tropical climate in Sydney is always pleasant.
HLT54115 - Diploma of Nursing
CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Disability)
HLT33115 - Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care)
CHC43015 - Certificate IV in Ageing Support
HLT37215 - Certificate III in Pathology Collection
CHC52015 - Diploma of Community Services
IHNA classrooms are fitted with modern furniture and highly visual teaching aids so as to provide the best learning experience to the students.
Resource Centre and Library
IHNA has a growing Library and Resource Centre where students can find extra resources to help with their learning and chosen career path.
IHNA understands that first class learning facilities are a vital component of a successful training Institute. Therefore, improvement in Institute facilities is a fundamental component of the Institute’s continuous improvement process. To date, these improvements have focused upon our campuses becoming centres of excellence in terms of health and nursing training
IHNA campuses have significant Computer Laboratories and Resource Centres with computer lines, with IHNA providing terminals that students are able to use for their own PC’s. Each connection gives access to MIMS on line, EBSCO reference centre, Joanna Briggs Institute on line and IHNA’s E-Learning resources.
Mr Craig Langdon MP, State Member for Ivanhoe, officially launched the e-learning platform of IHNA On 13th August 2010. IHNA provides its students access to the e-learning platform. E-Learning assists students to get a fast start to their studies by giving them access to course materials as soon as they enrol. It will also help students learn more about areas they are having trouble understanding or to catch up on a class that they missed. It is another way that IHNA gives the very best learning environment for its students.
Other facilities at IHNA
- Meeting rooms and small group rooms.
- Comfortable student lounge facilities, including kitchenette, TV, quiet work stations, and sheltered outdoor garden areas for students to relax, watch TV, access a computer terminal and talk to their friends.
- A very committed student support team who are always happy to assist students.
Batch : 17NDONC2B
Award : Certificate of Recognition for outstanding Performance
Batch : 18NDONC2A
Award : Student of the Month
Batch : 17NGDNC4
Completed Graduate Diploma in Nursing