Nursing and Allied Health
RMIT offers a wide range of TAFE nursing and allied health programs which make a real difference to the lives of individuals, families and the community.
They focus on providing practical solutions to provide opportunities to learn through industry placement or work experience.
Programs are fully accredited by relevant bodies, and are influenced by strong program advisory committees of practising professionals and members of the public.
Up skill programs
For Division 2 Registered Nurses in Victoria:
- Medication Administration
- Intravenous Medication Administration
- Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) - Transition program
Programs offered at RMIT
- Certificate III in Health Services Assistance
- Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
- Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)
Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation
The Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation can be used as a pathway to the Diploma of Nursing (subject to passing the VETASSESS) and other Science Diplomas. The program has been specifically designed to assist those applicants whom may need additional foundation skills in order to gain a place and succeed in their chosen field of study.
The program encompasses 5 core academic preparation subjects together with 5 science subjects including maths, chemistry and biology. In the core subject time will be dedicated to equip the students with the skills they require to pass the VETASSESS but also prepare them for study at the Diploma level .