Nurse Practitioner Courses

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HLT43015Open CollegesCertificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Occupational Therapy)

The Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Occupational Therapy) (HLT43015) online course gives you the training to start your career in occupational therapy.

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HLT54115Open CollegesDiploma of Nursing (SA and WA Only)

The Diploma of Nursing is the ideal starting point for SA or WA residents who wish to become qualified Enrolled Nurses.

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About Nurse Practitioner

Are you a registered nurse looking to further enhance your skills, progress your career, and gain a higher level of skills and knowledge in your specialty field? Then look no further than these Nurse Practitioner courses.

Nurse Practitioner courses prepare advanced registered nurses to become registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Students have the potential to delve into a range of core subjects, from health research and clinical leadership and management, through to pharmacology, use of medicines, and advanced nursing practices.

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