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Enrolling in january 2016 for EN nursing div 2

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aroha

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Fri Sep 25, 2015 8:09 am

hi i am looking to enrol in En diploma if nursing am looking at full time online at gold coast and also full time inclass at tafe. Moving more towards online just wondered if anyone has any experiences or advice on either way of learning. Thankyou 

Peppie

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Nov 17, 2015, 12:53 pm

Hi aroha, im new to this site , u probably have made ur decision already by now , but i too looked at both but opting moreso to do face to face learning as i think id benefit more personally having a teacher on hand to answer any questions ...i know friends who have done both options.  

Fatboy

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Nov 25, 2015, 02:01 pm

Hi Aroha,

My name is Happy, I'm also looking for to enrolled in Jan 2016 for the online EN course. I'm in Brisbane, are you looking at the one at Gold Coast? If yes, how about we can start making connection as a study mate?

Happy

Sr27

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Dec 11, 2015, 06:58 pm

Hello, I've also enrolled with Gold Coast TAFE Southport for the diploma of nursing (blended) -- starting Jan 2016. I am also new to this site.

Raffy

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Mar 29, 2017, 08:00 pm

Hi all,

I graduated in Diploma of Nursing at Gold Coast Tafe 2013 but I'm sorry to tell you how much I regretted enrolling in this school. After I graduated I realized that I didn't learn anything. The reason why I say this is because when you select the hospital where you want to do your clinical placement, the school does not send any nursing preceptor or school facilitator to monitor your nursing and medication competencies. The hospital you will be working in will just treat you like an AIN and will not teach you anything about medication not unless the hospital educator or a Senior RN is willing to spend the time to teach you which is usually not the case as they are always busy.

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