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  • Joined: Jan 2014
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Sun Jan 26, 2014 9:01 pm

Hello everyone. These forums don't seem to be overly active, but from what I've seen there aren't a whole lot of nursing forums anyway. Or maybe I just haven't looked hard enough?

Last year I decided that it was time for a career change, so I applied to study a Diploma of Nursing which started this month. I was wondering if anybody more experienced had any advice for me? Maybe some tips and tricks, or wisdom that they'd be interested in imparting onto a young neophyte?

Thanks, and I look forward to any replies.




  • Joined: Aug 2014
  • Location: Brisbane
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Aug 18, 2014, 06:16 pm

Hi there,

I have just joined this website and I noticed that there doesn't seem to be a lot of interaction and that your question was left unanswered despite it being posted in January 2014. I can't help you with your questions but I thought I would write to see if you found out any information as I would be interested in the answers to your questions.

I just posted a question regarding a place to do the Diploma of Nursing, I would like to start in Feb 2015 in Brisbane. I live on the Southside and wonder where you studied/are studying and how you find the course and also if there any places that offer the Diploma that have a better reputation than other or if there is an advantage to studying with Mater education over TAFE for example?

Thanks! :)



  • Joined: Oct 2014
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Oct 19, 2014, 05:49 pm

Hi, It is better to take the TAFE since you have the Diploma in Nursing already. Are you done with the English test? Because sooner you will require to take it to be able to get registered.



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Jan 17, 2016, 12:05 am

Hi everyone. I'm new here and hopefully someone can help me out with my assignments as I am sometimes lost to the questions and don't know what to answer because our school didn't provide us a book. I'm doing certificate 3 in aged care.



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Jan 22, 2016, 12:42 pm

What resources were you given?  How does the teacher expect you to answer the questions? I would definitely ask your teachers for guidance and show concern that you don't have books available.  What sort of questions are you struggling with?



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Aug 19, 2016, 07:49 pm


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  • Joined: Mar 2017
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Jun 02, 2017, 09:47 pm

Hi Lady Dark, from where you belong. Diploma in Nursing is  good option to choose 

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