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Bachelor of Nursing

Toi-Ohomai Institute of Technology, Rotorua (Mokoia) - 2 Academic years

Overview

This degree is a professional qualification designed to prepare skilled, competent, culturally safe, confident, ethical and reflective practitioners equipped with recognised professional knowledge, attitudes and values for professional nursing practice.The qualification provides students with the foundation knowledge and professional skills that enable them to demonstrate the competencies of a beginning registered nurse and to meet the Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ) requirements for registration as a registered nurse.

Program Status Accepting Applications
Location Rotorua (Mokoia), New Zealand
Credential Toi-Ohomai Diploma Certification
Start Date January 2018
Application Fee
* (To be paid to INSCOL).
C$100* Pay Now
Tuition Fee
*(To be Paid to Toi-Ohomai after VISA).
NZ$19,950*
(per year)

Year 1

  • Rehabilitation 1
  • Te Puawai 2
  • Addictions and Mental Health for Nursing
  • Infection Control for Health Care Practice
  • Principles of Research for Nursing Practice
  • Nursing Practice: Primary Health Care
  • Nursing Practice: Inpatient and Ambulatory Care
  • Pathophysiology and Pharmacology
Year 2
  • Nursing Practice: Mental Health
  • Advancing Professional Practice
  • Transition to Practice

  • Applicants demonstrate academic ability at NZQA Level 4 or equivalent and have the ability to succeed through personal attributes, work and life experience.
  • Degree in Nursing and Registration as a Registered Nurse in the Applicant's country of Nursing Education

English Language Requirement:

Applicants must have a minimum International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of at least 6.5 in all bands.

Graduates will be able to:

  • Establish functional knowledge of working within a bi-cultural context;
  • Provide culturally safe nursing care within a collaborative holistic framework that values and recognizes the human difference and diversity;
  • Work collaboratively within a range of health care settings and contribute to the multidisciplinary team approach;
  • Create link between professional nursing practice knowledge and skills to science and evidence based research;
  • Become autonomous in critical decision making and reflective practice;
  • Exhibit institute professional literacy and numeracy that meets legal and ethical parameters of the nursing profession;
  • Meet the requirements of the Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ) for registration as a registered nurse.

The Fees does not Include :

  • Processing & Insurance Expenses
  • VISA Fees
  • Travel Expenses & Airport Transfers
  • Food & Living Expenses
  • IELTS Exam Fee (if Required)

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