1. How can I Enrol?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

You can enrol online for many of our courses, by clicking on “APPLY NOW “button present around our site.
You can also submit a quick online enquiry to [email protected] or give us a call on (02) 9715 6528 and one of our friendly staff would be happy to help you with your application.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

Visit our website press APPLY NOW after you select your course which will divert the link to RTO manager (student management system). Fill the application form and press submit.
You can also submit quick enquiry to [email protected] with your full name, your contact number and mail id and course you are interested in.

2. What do I need to apply for the course?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

To get started you will need to provide us with some basic information about yourself, such as:
Current mobile number and email address so that we can send more information about the course and enrolment form.
Once you receive the enrolment form fill up the detail and send it back to us on [email protected] along with two forms of ID
You can also make an appointment to see our friendly staff, who will give you entire information about intake dates, fees, and other requirements.
If you are Australian citizen or Permanent resident of Australia, bring your Australian passport, or Citizenship certificate to access Government funding.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

Visit our website press APPLY NOW after you select your course which will divert the link to RTO manager (student management system). Fill the application form and press submit.
You can also submit quick enquiry to [email protected] with your full name, your contact number and mail id and course you are interested in.

3. What’s the FEE for my course? Can I pay in Installments?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

Your fees will depend on which course you choose. Call us on (02) 9715 6528 and we can talk you through your fees. Yes, you can pay the whole fees in three installments.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

The course fee details will be mentioned in offer letter which we will be sending you after your eligibility check.
Yes, you can pay the fees in three to four installments. The First installment is fixed depending upon the course selection, after which COE will be issued.

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4. What are the study options available for me?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

In NURSE TRAINING AUSTRALIA, we offer a variety of different study options. You can study on campus, online, in a workplace, as blended delivery (a combination of all the study modes).

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

Classroom & eZone Mode
Students attend 16 hours a week classroom and 4 hours a week structured online learning in ezone. (80:20%)

5. Are the courses accredited?

All the courses both for Domestic and International are nationally accredited and recognized by AQF (Australian Quality Framework).

6. What are courses intake?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

Courses start throughout the year. You won’t have to wait until a new semester – you can start on the next available course. Contact the office for next intake dates.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

The Academic year of Nurse Training Australia is 36 weeks divided into 4 terms of 9 weeks for every term. Students have to study a minimum 20 hours per week. Students are only allowed to take breaks during the public holidays and nominated College holidays.

7. Do I need to arrange clinical placements?

DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

NURSE TRAINING AUSTRALIA have agreements with different Aged care facilities and Hospitals. So, we take the responsibility of arranging your placements.

8. What do I need for my work placements?

All the requirements for the placements will be given to you on the First aid and manual handling class by the trainers.

9. Any funding available for domestic students?

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

Australian citizens, Permanent residents of Australia are eligible for SMART AND SKILLED
funding. Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with:
An entitlement to government-subsidized training up to and including Certificate III.

  • Government funding for higher-level courses (Certificate IV and above) in targeted priority areas.

  • 10. Can I enroll in NTA, while studying in school?

    DOMESTIC STUDENTS:

    You can study with NURSE TRAINING AUSTRALIA while you are still at school through our SMART AND SKILLED program. Look at our FUNDING tab when you visit our website for more information.

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      This is the nationally recognised qualification that provides the knowledge and skills to provide assistance to health

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      Student services staff will organise your orientation. . On your first day at our college the team will welcome you, answer