Course Date: 17th June —22nd June 2024
Location: Southport Community Centre
Exam date: 27th July 2024*
CPD Points - 45 points
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Domestic Undergraduate Student
Cost: AUD $810 plus PayPal booking fee ($20.97)
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An excellent course for undergraduate and postgraduate health professional students!
Enjoy learning with expert clinical nurse educators who provide a friendly and supportive teaching and learning environment that will assist you to increase your knowledge and confidence in managing complex patients.
Options for assessment levels: professional development only; undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
WHO CAN REGISTER?
Bachelor of Nursing (BN) Students (Domestic and International)
Diploma of Nursing Students**,
RNs & EN’s
CREDIT, ENDORSEMENT & ACCREDITATION:
This course receives the following course credit transfer and accreditation.
QUT (12CP) & Griffith (10CP): Universities: Approved for one course/subject credit transfer in the Bachelor of Nursing QUT & GU programs (Assessment Stream only).
GU Postgraduate: 10CP, La Trobe University Melbourne Post Graduate - 1 subject credit
Please contact us if you with to discuss the credit articulation process.
Adult Advanced Life Support Certification Course accreditations for RNs completing the course:
Australian College of Nursing (ACN)
**Please contact us to discuss the credit application with other universities **
BENEFITS OF THE COURSE
The course is offered using multiple assessment streams to provide the best opportunity for students to access credit into other formal tertiary health care programs. Students can choose from three levels of assessment.
Non– Assessment Stream:
1. Professional Development: Attendance Only
Assessment Stream (Tertiary Standard):
2.Masters Level (RN’s only)
ALS Practical Day
**Please Note: Students will be allocated specific groups for the ALS practical component of the course. In the event of large enrolment numbers, students may be allocated to either an early start: 0730 hours or a later finish 1730 hours on the day of their prac group. Depending on enrolment numbers, it may also be necessary to allocate a small number of prac groups to the Sunday of the study week. If you attend this Sunday group, you do not attend any other ALS prac day during the week. These possible changes will be discussed on the first day of the course.