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Medication Administration - Statement of Attainment

This popular course is a post enrolment course accredited by the Nurses and Midwives Board of NSW. The purpose of the course is to prepare the enrolled nurse to extend their scope of practice to include medication administration (excluding Schedule 8 medications).

The course, which is conducted over 3 months part time, consists of both theoretical and clinical components. Full details of the course are attached. The clinical component requires the enrolled nurse to undertake a 40 hour supernumerary clinical placement in a facility approved by the College of Nursing.

The dates for course 39 are as follows:

Tuesday 10, 17, 24 and 31 August 2010

Tuesday 7 and 14 September 2010

Followed by 40 hours of supernumerary clinical placement to be completed by 29 October 2010.

Course fees:

NSW Health funded positions may be available. For further information contact Customer Services on 02 9745 7517.  The cost for fee paying applicants is $1000.00. (See course information brochure for further details).

How to Apply :

1. Open the attached PDF file of application form.

2. Complete the printed form

3. Return your completed form, with payment or credit card details to the College:

By Post:
The College of Nursing
Locked Bag 3030, Burwood NSW 1805

4. For more information:
Telephone (02) 9745 7500 or Email 

Information Brochure
Application form

Other Courses

Urological Nursing

What’s new in Urology? Come to The College of Nursing and find out about the latest medical and surgical management of Urological conditions.

You will hear from medical officers and advanced nurse practitioners presenting the latest clinical updates, such as:

  •       Conservative management of urological problems by Dr Vincent Tse, Consultant Urologist, Concord Hospital
  •       Medical and surgical treatment of  urological cancers by Dr Guo, Urology registrar, Concord Hospital
  •       Urology nursing management and investigations by Clinical Nurse Consultants in Urology

    Whether you currently work in this area or may do so in the future, this course will widen your knowledge and skill base on current procedures and management issues, including endoscopic procedures.

    Course:           Urological nursing: Clinical update    14 CPD Hours
    When:            1st & 2nd June 2010
    Where:           The College of Nursing, 14 Railway Parade, Burwood
    Fee:               RN Member $311.10  RN Non Member $366.00
                         EN Member $256.20  EN Non Member $311.10

    You can visit our website for further information on courses conducted at The College of Nursing

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