Yes I have rung caboolture, only issue is there full time program is 4-5 days.
I can go through careers australia and its only 2 and a half days.
I have 2 kids to put into daycare.
So unfortunately it's a money thing.
I wonder if I should just go with careers australia?
How much study is involved as well.
All the study you really have to do on your own- we don't really learn anything at TAFE.
We have to do 400 hours of prac over the year.
Guess each course provider is going to vary though.
Last edited by Jensha; 05-03-2013 at 20:12.
At caboolture the intro is only 2 days a week and the diploma is 3 and a half days a week. $8000 or there about for both courses. It's about min 10hrs study a week. I would go with tafe. You have more if a chance getting into the diploma via the intro course then straight entry anywhere else. Good luck with whichever you choose.
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Wow. I did my en in 2004 at tafe in adelaide and it was only $2100 diploma for 18 months
Last edited by Kazza78; 05-03-2013 at 20:33.
Are you studying through caboolture?
I might go there.
I'm just waiting for them to get back to me with starting dates for the introduction course.
Went onto tafe caboolture website and looks like the introduction to nursing course intakes are feb and September. So I won't be able to get into the july intake for diploma.
Always dramas grrrr
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