Hi all, Still waiting for my course to start! A good friend who is half way through her diploma has given me all of her notes and a copy of all of her handouts so far so I plan on doing my own study starting this week (as much as I can do on my own anyway). Hate that I have to wait until August to start.. It is deffinately testing my patience lol. I just want to check with everyone else here, apparently the EEN and EN are now merged? I've been told that an Endorsed EN is pretty much the same as an EN now as the meds criteria is now included in the Diploma of Nursing (EN) course, is this right? The same person was telling me that for EN's who did not do the meds criteria in their EN course need to do the extra modules (or whatever necessary) Again, was only told this so just thought I'd check to be sure. I have to call the tafe tomorrow and see if they have decided on a date for the information session on the course.. They said it should be some time in June. I just want to know already so I have something to look forward to rather than August lol
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19-05-2013 11:05 #231
19-05-2013 11:24 #232
Yep all EN courses are endorsed now. You do medications as part of the diploma now.
If an EN isn't endorsed, they have that marked against their name on their ahpra registration.
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20-05-2013 13:39 #233Junior Member
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I thought some of the TAFE's still had the Cert IV in Enrolled Nursing?
On another note I was thinking last night about how you could teach at TAFE after you had completed the Diploma and wondered if anyone else knew what would be involved to become qualified in that?
20-05-2013 14:07 #234On another note I was thinking last night about how you could teach at TAFE after you had completed the Diploma and wondered if anyone else knew what would be involved to become qualified in that
Don't you usually have to do some study in education as well as the cert IV in training and assessment?
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20-05-2013 19:05 #237
I am half way through the course and am feeling more and more confident in my nursing skills each semester.
good luck where ever you choose to study, I have friends who have studied through holmesglen, Chisholm, navitas etc. and they all have positive and negative aspects.
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