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    I spoke to my partners mum whos a nurse in pathology at a GP and she she said I shouldnt worry about the work now as SeymourTheBear & Kazza78 has stated theres heaps of different areas I could work in, so I shouldnt worry about the bits of the Aged Care I don't like (althought I enjoy most of it!). Thanks for the support guys, I've just gotta keep on trucking I guess. My next hurdle is applying for uni for next year. I know I've just missed out on the timely applications, hopefully I can get stuff together for late applications. Also, even though I haven't finished my Cert 3 in Aged Care yet, can I still apply to uni stating that I'm currently in a course for reference or something The only time I've applied to uni was straight out of high school.

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    I would finish it because you could get work in a private hospital as an AIN. Ward work would be completely different to aged care I would imagine.

    I was recently studying nursing and manged to avoid doing an aged care placement altogether. Had I of finished- I would have got there without doing one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterIsComing View Post
    I spoke to my partners mum whos a nurse in pathology at a GP and she she said I shouldnt worry about the work now as SeymourTheBear & Kazza78 has stated theres heaps of different areas I could work in, so I shouldnt worry about the bits of the Aged Care I don't like (althought I enjoy most of it!). Thanks for the support guys, I've just gotta keep on trucking I guess. My next hurdle is applying for uni for next year. I know I've just missed out on the timely applications, hopefully I can get stuff together for late applications. Also, even though I haven't finished my Cert 3 in Aged Care yet, can I still apply to uni stating that I'm currently in a course for reference or something The only time I've applied to uni was straight out of high school.
    You can put currently studying on your uni application, and if you can get a reference that couldn't hurt either

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