Mayfield Education

Nursing - Enrolled Nurses

Below is a listing of all Mayfield nursing courses/training programs. There is a brief description of each course, and a link to the detailed brochure and application form.

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All students undertaking any nursing course are required to have at least Level 1 computer skills to utilise Mayfield online learning resources. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete blended learning.

bulletDiploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) (HLT51612)

The aim of the HLT51612 Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nurse) course is to prepare the enrolled nursing student who is entering the nursing workforce to safely and effectively work within the Division 2 registered nurse scope of practice and as members of the collaborative health care team in an increasingly diverse and complex health care system.

At Mayfield, you will benefit from obtaining a strong theoretical understanding across the four fields of nursing: aged care, acute care, mental health andrehabilitation nursing. Mayfield Education offers a breadth of clinical experience which fosters the development of your competency as a nurse, and increases your appreciation of the importance of evidence based practice.

Upon successful completion of this training, you will be eligible to apply for registration as an enrolled nurse.

Applicants may be eligible for funding under the "Skills Victoria - Victorian Training Guarantee". Please check the funding table for eligiblity criteria or contact Mayfield Education Student Services for further information.

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bulletCertificate III in Health Service Assistance (Assistant in Nursing) HLT32512

The aim of this course is to prepare the student entering the healthcare workforce to safely and effectively work with older people in community and residential aged care facilities. This qualification equips the student to undertake personal care and/or other activities of daily living.

 

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bullet Certificate III in Aged Care (CHC30212)

For those who want to work in Aged and Community Services. This course prepares the student entering the healthcare workforce to safely and effectively work within the aged care and residential sector. This qualification equips the student to work under direct or ongoing supervision and undertake personal care and/or other activities of daily living for people in an aged care setting.

 

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For information regarding pathways to a nursing career in Victoria click on the following link Department of Health which provides details.

Undergraduate schoolarships are currently available through the Australian College of Nursing. Click on the following link for further information Australian College of Nursing.

The Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) administers the Allied Health Streams of the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS). Funding is provided by the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA). For information regarding these scholarships click on the following link SARRAH which provides details.

Aged Care Education and Training Incentive Program (ACETI)

The ACETI program will provide incentive payments to eligible aged care workers who undertake appropriate education and training programs. Aged care workers undertaking enrolled nursing studies, will receive $1,000 on commencement of study and $1,500 on successful completion of study and registration with the Nurses and Midwifery Board of Australia as an Enrolled Nurse and continued employment in an eligible aged care service.

Fact sheet can be accessed on the website:
Department of Social Services, Ageing and Aged Care website

Alternatively students who are interested in finding out about Scholarship/Grants available for Division 2 Nurses check the website under at Health Victoria:

bulletDiploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) (HLT51612) - Upgrade with RPL

This course is for Enrolled/Division 2 Nurses that have completed the course HLT43407 Certificate IV in Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) that wish to up-skill to the Diploma qualification.

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bulletMedication Endorsement for Division 2 Nurses (HLTEN507C, HLTAP501C)*

This course equips participants with the skills and knowledge required to administer medications that leads to the removal of the notation on the NMBA register.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit

 

 

bulletConfirm Physical Health Status (HLTAP401B) *

Division 2 Registered Nurses wanting to undertake the Medication Endorsement course who were registered prior to 2003 will need to complete this unit prior to acceptance.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit

 

 

bulletAdminister and Monitor Intravenous Medication in the Nursing Environment (HLTEN519C)

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required of enrolled nurses to administer and monitor intravenous medications and their effectiveness for clients within the nursing context.

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bulletContribute to the Complex Nursing Care of Clients (HLTEN505C)*

Enrolled Nurses (with Medication Endorsement) wishing to improve their higher acuity patient assessment skills. Ideal for Enrolled Nurses who are working in acute care.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit

 

 

bulletPractice in the Peri Operative Nursing Environment (HLTEN612B)*

Enrolled Nurses (with Medication Endorsement and Complex Care) wishing to build upon existing skills in the application of the principles of perioperative nursing care.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit


 

bulletProvide nursing care for clients requiring palliative care (HLTEN511B)*

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required of the enrolled nurse to deliver excellent nursing care for clients in the palliative care context.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit

 

bulletApply principles of diabetic nursing care (HLTEN611B)*

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required of the enrolled nurse to deliver excellence of care for the diabetes patient across the acute, aged care and community care sector.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit


bulletContribute to the Care of Mothers and Babies (HLTEN520B) *

Enrolled Nurses who are working in the area of providing care to mothers and babies in a range of settings, such as postnatal, low risk nursery, child and family health and paediatric settings.

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* Denotes nationally recognised unit

 

 

 

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