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IHNA Offers Nationally Accredited Diploma of Nursing Program

IHNA Offers Nationally Accredited Diploma of Nursing Program

IHNA Offers Nationally Accredited Diploma of Nursing Program

The Institute of Health and Nursing Australia (IHNA; CRICOS Provider Code: 03386G) has officially launched the HLT54121 – Diploma of Nursing, a nationally accredited course that supersedes HLT54115-Diploma of Nursing.

Because of the growing need for enrolled nurses, prospective students can start a career as an enrolled nurse with IHNA’s HLT54121-Diploma of Nursing.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Institute of Health and Nursing Australia has officially established the HLT54121 – Diploma of Nursing program.
  • The 18-month program at IHNA will prepare students to become Enrolled Nurses by providing them with the necessary nursing skills and expertise.
  • The position of an Enrolled Nurse (EN) who works under the direct or indirect supervision of a Registered Nurse is depicted in the Diploma of Nursing.

The diploma program will provide students with the core skills and knowledge they will need to work as a nurse in today’s fast-paced healthcare environment.

IHNA’s 18-month program will provide students with the necessary nursing skills and knowledge to become an Enrolled Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).

Potential students will enroll at a cutting-edge facility that caters to their educational needs, with the supervision of trained nurse educators, support personnel, highly advanced nursing labs, libraries, and classrooms among others.

An online interactive learning platform with 24/7 student support online is also available, allowing students to accomplish their studies in a comprehensive atmosphere.

The Diploma of Nursing (HLT54121) depicts the role of an Enrolled Nurse (EN) who works under the direct or indirect supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN).

Students will learn and practice how to administer medicines and intravenous therapy, wound management, basic to advanced nursing skills, effective communication, research, leadership, and telehealth within the scope of enrolled nursing.

The Registered Training Organizations Standards 2015, the Enrolled Nurse Accreditation Standards 2017 (NMBA), and the Enrolled Nurse Standards for Practice 2016 are all met by IHNA’s HLT54121 – Diploma of Nursing program.

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