The HLT54121 - Diploma of Nursing course gives students the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work as an Enrolled nurse in a variety of health care settings. You will gain hands-on learning experience in IHNA’s simulated laboratories and reinforce your practical learning in a clinical environment through work experience placements (WEP). You will be able to work in acute care, chronic care, aged care, rehabilitation and mental health and other settings under the direct or indirect supervision of a Registered Nurse.
100,000, estimated shortage of nurses by
2025 (Source: Health Workforce Australia
AUD $61,778 per year, the average salary of an
enrolled nurse in Australia (Source:
autalent.com) , estimated shortage of nurses by
2025 (Source: Health Workforce Australia.
Industry practical placements — work in the field
Simulation exercises that provide hands-on knowledge
Blended mode of delivery — both online and on-campus
Qualified and industry experienced educators
10% discount on 1st semester fee for full fee candidates, if first semester fee is paid in full
$500 travel expense for out-of-state candidates
Eligible students can get credit transfers
5 days a week online (Blended) and 2.5 days on- campus mode delivery.
Simulation based training and OSCA training session at campus.
Australian Citizen/ NZ citizens (SCV 444 visa) and Permanent humanitarian visa holders can avail of VET student loan with Cap amount of $16,221
$8,985 fees, if eligible for Govt. Funding. Australian Citizen/ NZ citizens (SCV 444 visa) and Permanent humanitarian visa holders can cover this fees with VET student loan.
Monthly and fortnightly payment options
400 hours of professional placement arranged by IHNA
24*7 student support assistance and 8*6 educator support
Articulation pathways to Bachelor of Nursing
Approved by ASQA and ANMAC. Successful completion of the Diploma of Nursing (HLT54121) prepares you for registration with the NMBA as an Enrolled nurse.
The HLT54121 - Diploma of Nursing course is ideal for students looking to start their nursing
Australia. You must demonstrate that you have achieved the Nursing
and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) specified level of English language skills before commencing this course.
IHNA considers you a "domestic" student if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, a New Zealand citizen, or the holder of a permanent humanitarian visa,and those who are in Australia with a minimum 1.7-year visa, which covers the Diploma of Nursing course and without any study restriction (except student visa 500 holders)
Upon successful registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
(NMBA), graduates may gain
employment in various healthcare facilities, which may include: