Want to take your Nursing career overseas? Here’s an excellent opportunity for GNM/Diploma Nurses to pursue a nursing career in Australia!
Currently, GNM/Diploma nurses are not eligible to apply for Australian Nursing Registration. The Graduate Certificate of Advanced Nursing will help you meet the eligibility requirements of the AHPRA Registration process. This outstanding Post Graduate study program allows you to gain an Advanced Nursing Certificate in the most sought-after nursing specializations, and it is available for online study.
The course is specifically intended to help you improve your ability to manage an expanding number of patients with a range of diseases and with advanced study nursing needs in an acute care setting.
This specialty course will prepare you to assess nursing needs for patients in emergency situations. Emergency nursing involves knowledge, confidence, and abilities to care for patients successfully.
This course will enhance your current nursing knowledge and abilities by focusing on neonatal nursing methods and specialised talents. You will feel confident in your ability to use these abilities when giving nursing care to a sick infant and assistance to the family
The course will enhance your practise in modern health settings by providing evidence-based, safe, ethical, and professional treatment that complies with regulatory criteria
This course will enhance your current nursing knowledge and explores the impact of acute and chronic illness, differentiation of the range of musculoskeletal dysfunction associated with trauma and emphasises assessment and management strategies within both the adult and paediatric setting.
This course provides a systematic introduction to the fundamentals of diabetes nursing, equipping students with the information and skills necessary to pursue a career as a Diabetes nurse in a variety of healthcare settings.
This course provides a systematic introduction to palliative care nursing concepts, emphasising the information and skills necessary to perform as a palliative care nurse in an average life health care context
This course provides a structured introduction to the principles of perioperative nursing, laying the groundwork for the knowledge and skills necessary to practise as a perioperative nurse who provides client-centered care prior to, during, and after surgical and invasive procedures in a variety of healthcare settings (hospitals; day surgery centres; endoscopy suites).
Enhance your current nursing knowledge and abilities by developing critical care nursing methods and specialised talents.
Learn about paediatric nursing and get equipped with the skills to offer high-quality and safe nursing interventions.
Learn to assess the nursing needs of patients in a variety of clinical settings and develop a greater understanding of mental health theory and clinical practice.
Renal nursing is a specialised area of nursing practice that treats patients with kidney disease and educates both patients and families about treatment protocols.
*2021 Employment Outlook – for the five years to November 2026, Australian Government National Skills Commission.
Credit transfer is possible for the Master's program, allowing you to skip the first semester of the Master of Nursing course upon completion of the GCAN Online course.