Certificate IV in Health (Nursing)
February (first semester)
Overall score of Academic IELTS 5.5 (with no less than 5.0 in each band) and High School Graduation (with a minimum of 50% pass)
Applicants are also required to undergo an aptitude test and interview
This course is designed to prepare participants to work in the aged care sector, rehabilitation centres, acute care hospitals and the community. Graduates will be eligible to apply for registration with the Nurses Board of Victoria as a Registered Nurse, Division 2.
Within the Certificate IV in Health (Nursing), international students will study alongside local Australian students.
Course Completion Requirements
Students within the Certificate IV in Health (Nursing) are required to complete a series of compulsory theory units, which are generally delivered on campus three days a week each semester.
Students also complete 320 hours of clinical practice in aged care, acute, and rehabilitation facilities.
Assessment at Australian Catholic University may include a range of methods such as formal end of semester examinations, continuous assessment throughout the semester, written assignments, essays and field trips/projects. Students will be advised at the commencement of their studies as to what methods will be used.
The Certificate IV in Health (Nursing) is also an alternate entry point into the Bachelor of Nursing.
When students continue onto the Bachelor of Nursing they will be granted 40 credit points towards their Degree studies.
To enrol and find out course fees, intake dates, entry requirements and more details about courses and the Institute please click on the Enquiry button and complete our form and one of our staff member will get back to you very soon.