Nursing Courses(4 courses)
The online Graduate Certificate of Nursing course prepares RNs to take on leadership, management and education roles within the nursing environment.View course information
The online Graduate Diploma of Nursing course enables students to extend their skills and expertise in their practice area, offering a choice between two majors: Leadership and Management or Education.View course information
The online Master of Nursing course helps students transform their nursing careers, taking their skills and knowledge to the next level and preparing them to become leaders or nurse educators.View course information
Learn the skills to provide holistic support, guidance and care for new mums, bubs and their families with a Bachelor of Midwifery from Western Sydney University today. A woman-centred continuity of care model will provide you with theory and clinical practice experience to develop the expertise you need to provide outstanding midwifery care.View course information
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Working in aged care involves helping older persons with day-to-day tasks such as cleaning, cooking and laundry, as well as personal care such as dressing, bathing and grooming. Carers can also offer 24-hour nursing care to residents and help provide peace of mind to their patients’ families and friends.
You can choose a role in aged care assisting those who are able to live at home but still require some support. This assistance can include personal care, domestic help, transport, staying physically active and health support. You will also be able to assess potential risks in the home environment and help reduce the chance of falls and accidents. An aged care course will teach you to support the interests, rights and needs of those you care for within duty of care requirements.
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