Postgrad Month: What's Next in Mental Health Nursing

Discover how you can specialise or upskill in Health Science to lead what's next. Meet your future lecturers, learn about your course options and get your questions answered at our Master of Health Science webinar.

Let’s face it: virtual catch-ups, digital collaboration tools and online training have become a part of many careers like never before. However, the innovative ways of working that we’ve adopted to respond to our changing circumstances are far from temporary. In fact, with a forecasted spike in demand for skills in technology, communication and collaboration, now is the time to consider how your industry may evolve, and how you should advance with it.

Are you ready find out how to stay competitive in Health Science for the role you want next?

Join us on Monday 19th October at 12:30pm for RMIT Postgrad Month: What's Next in Mental Health Nursing. Presented by Associate Professor Phil Maude, you’ll gain ideas on how to future-proof your career through RMIT’s postgraduate courses.

This webinar will explore:

  • Learn about the top trends in Health Science, plus the in-demand skills that respond to these trends.

  • Discover how you can specialise or upskill in Health Science to stay competitive.

  • Meet your future lecturers, learn about your course options, and get your questions about studying at RMIT answered - from career outcomes to industry partnerships.

  • You’ll also learn about your options for fast-tracked upskilling through Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Master’s courses. 

  • Online enabled and primed for flexible delivery, RMIT’s postgraduate courses will allow you to learn from experienced teachers, connect with future colleagues, and experience a curriculum deeply embedded in professional practice.

Register now to get your tickets, and we’ll see you online for RMIT Postgrad Month: What's Next in Mental Health Nursing.

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