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Nursing courses in Australia

Aged Care Courses

Australia has an ageing population, which is increasing demand for Aged Care and related services. Working with older people can be a rewarding, meaningful and important career, as you can be instrumental in improving quality of life.

Because of the exciting technological developments and other advances, there are many career options and openings available in the Aged Care industry including careers related to nursing and pathways that can lead to nursing. It might be a perfect career choice for you – and your first steps could be with AUSTRALIA.

A career in Nursing can truly make a difference to the lives of people and communities. As the health sector expands, Nursing is becoming increasingly complex and important. AUSTRALIA maintains up-to-date and expert training for roles within and related to nursing including Enrolled Nursing.

If you have a positive outlook, patience and a desire to care for others, graduate with a AUSTRALIA qualification and make a real difference.


If you find fulfilment in helping others and have a caring disposition, a Diploma of Nursing can start you on the path to a meaningful career in Nursing. AUSTRALIA offers up-to-date, expert training to ensure that you will qualify with highly sought after, practical nursing experience. You will learn in state-of-the-art facilities how to: – Care for a person with complex needs – Effectively communicate with patients and colleagues – Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans – Tend and manage wounds in the clinical environment – Plus, a host of other duties and tasks With a AUSTRALIA Nursing qualification, you can make a real difference to the lives of people in need, through roles such as: – Acute Nursing – Aged Care Nursing – Rehabilitation Nursing – Mental Health Nursing



  • An aged care and nursing course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from looking after the elderly to working in a high-pressure, A&E hospital environment. Qualifications in aged care and nursing can lead to a job as a registered nurse, home-care worker, nurse manager, nursing support worker or a nursing assistant. The average weekly salary for a registered nurse is $1,289. Whether you’re just starting out in your aged care and nursing career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, AUSTRALIA offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you. courses in the area include Nursing, Community Services, Veterinary Nursing, Individual Support, Health Services Assistance, Aging Support and Patient Care Practices.


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