VET Student Loans is available for this course
The Diploma of Nursing reflects the role of an Enrolled Nurse working under supervision of a Registered Nurse. This qualification covers the application of skills and knowledge required to provide nursing care for people across the health sector.
Based directly on industry needs, this course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to competently and professionally undertake your role within a variety of health care settings.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander &; culturally and linguistically diverse background applicants are encouraged to apply.
ANMEC can provide you with the skills & knowledge required through flexible delivery options
2019 Course Intakes – Expressions of Interest OPEN NOW
EN1901 – 4 March 2019 (Mondays & Tuesdays) – APPLICATIONS CLOSED
EN1902 – 7 May 2019 (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) – APPLICATIONS CLOSED
EN1903 – 3 July 2019 (Wednesdays & Thursdays) – EXPRESSION OF INTEREST OPEN
EN1904 – 24 October 2019 (Thursdays & Fridays)
18 month course is comprised of face to face, online learning, and structured work placement of 12 weeks in total (including 4 weeks study leave & end of year break)
Full Time Study – 2 days per week face to face (9am to 4pm), plus the equivalent of 3 days per week self-directed learning. Please see 2019 Intake dates above.
To achieve this qualification, students must have completed a minimum 400 hours of successful clinical placement in the aged care, acute care and mental health settings.
ANMEC will conduct suitability checks on all applicants prior to selection.
Applicants are required to undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment with ANMEC. In addition applicants will need to satisfy the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) English language entry requirement prior to acceptance into this course.
Click here for specific entry requirements for students applying for the Diploma of Nursing course
See information specific to nurses and midwives:
- Pathways diagram for nurses and midwives: Explains the requirements for each pathway
- English language skills evidence guide for nurses and midwives
- FAQ: Information for nurses and midwives about the standard
- English language skills registration standard policy.
- Applicants must be 18 years of age or above
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Education Centre (ANMEC)
191 Torrens Road, Ridleyton SA 5008
VET Student Loans
Eligible students are entitled for loans up to a capped amount of $15,514 for this course. Students are required to contribute the gap should the total tuition fee exceed the loan cap.
VET Students Loans can be used in conjunction with WorkReady subsidy for eligible students.
CLICK HERE for more information on VET Student Loans.
$16,600 full course cost
- $500 commitment must be paid on enrolment
- VET Student Loans is available for eligible students. Please see above for more information.
An enrolled nurse in a range of health settings such as:
- acute care,
- chronic care,
- aged care,
- mental health
A graduate from a Diploma of Nursing program approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) is able to apply for registration with the NMBA as an enrolled nurse. Further information on registration is available at http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au
ANMEC are obligated under the training and RTO Standards to ensure students undertaking courses are fully informed of the course requirements and fees, and have the potential to be successful at completing the qualification and gaining employment. ANMEC therefore require applicants to complete a questionnaire and a language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment prior to commencing the course. You will be guided through this process as part of your enrolment requirements.
RTO code 40064