We have a large range of contemporary nurse training programs that are ideal for clinical and non clinical healthcare staff.

On-site Nurse Training & Education can be provided at your location, and our experienced educators are available to deliver education anywhere in Australasia.

Our educators understand and are sensitive to the needs of public and private healthcare settings. Our sessions are informative, interactive and enjoyable for all participants.

If we do not have a program that you require, please contact us and we can discuss your specific needs.

We are very flexible and are fully committed to adjusting our education delivery to suit your needs, staff availability and rosters. Our fees are based on ‘per day’ costs rather than ‘per head’ which makes our face to face education affordable and available to all.

onsite training acute care update residential care

Acute Care Update – Residential Care

This program is designed as an update for the registered nurse working in residential care. The intent of the program

Advanced life support refresher testing

Advanced Life Support – Refresher and Testing

This program provides a comprehensive 2 hour update on the latest changes in ARC policy and ALS practice, and is

Advanced Life Support Workshop

Advanced Life Support – Initial Workshop

The aim of this program is to enhance the your skill's in advanced life support using the Australian Resuscitation Council

Assessment Skills Workshop

Assessment Skills Workshop

The aim of this program is to develop the accuracy and skills of the nurse conducting a physical assessment and

Basic life support

Basic Life Support

This program was designed to be used in conjunction with you annual Basic Life Support training. By completing this program,

Cardiac Emergencies

Cardiac Emergencies

Early recognition and management of cardiac conditions including acute myocardial infraction (AMI), acute pulmonary oedema (APO) and chest pain are

Cardiac Monitoring Workshop

Cardiac Monitoring Workshop

This program aims to enhance your ability to manage the patient undergoing cardiac monitoring and to achieve quality monitoring outcomes.

Chest Pain Assessment

Chest Pain Assessment

Many patients present with chest pain. The fundamental issues are: Has the patient had an AMI / unstable angina? Can

Clinical Education Preceptorship and Competency Assessment

Clinical Education /Preceptorship and Competency Assessment

The aim of this program is to support the nurse in fulfilling the role of preceptor/clinical educator/support nurse to undergraduate

Communications Skills in a healthcare environment

Communications Skills in a Health Care Environment

Communication within the health care environment can be challenging and complex. Messages between the sender and receiver are often complex

Customer Service in healthcare

Customer Service in Health Care

The concept of customer service is still to be fully embraced by healthcare employees and this program is designed to

Drug Administration in Residential Care

Drug Administration in Residential Care (annual update)

This program is designed for experienced registered nurses and therefore recognises fundamental knowledge the experienced nurse brings to the learning

Pain Management

Early Management of Anaphylaxis and CPR Refresher for Immunisation Staff

This practical, interactive program refreshes the emergency management of anaphylaxis and the principles of CPR. It is consistent with the

ECG Interpretation

ECG Interpretation – The Normal and Abnormal 12 lead ECG

This program may be delivered in a number of formats to suit your staff. E.g. 3 x 6 hr days

ECG recording 12 lead

ECG Recording – 12 Lead

As the technology used to record the 12 lead ECG has evolved, so too have the recommended practices and procedures

Emergency equipment update

Emergency Equipment Update

The aim of this program is to increase the competence and confidence of nurses handling emergency equipment available within their

Emergency Management Skills

Emergency Management Skills for General Practice Staff

To prepare all practice staff to deal with critical illness, such as cardiac arrest, discussing priorities and teaching, practising and

Environment Injuries

Environment Injuries

The aim of this program is to assist the nurse in the assessment and management of environment injuries. Specific topics

Introduction to clinical leadership

Introduction to Clinical Leadership

The aim of this day is to support the Graduate Nurse to prepare for the responsibilities of the clinical leader.

IV cannulation

IV Cannulation

This program is designed for the registered nurse already educated and assessed as competent in performing Intravenous Cannulation in the

Legal issues and documentation in nursing

Legal Issues and Documentation in Nursing

The aim of this program is to raise awareness of legal responsibility. The day includes activities, case studies and strategies

Management of difficult behaviours

Management of Difficult Behaviours

This workshop will explore a range strategies to assist staff to manage different communication styles and difficult situations involving client

Medical Emergencies

Medical Emergencies

This day can be tailored to suit your institution's specific needs, drawing from such topics as: AMI management and Thrombolysis,

Paediatric Emergencies

Paediatric Emergencies

Care of the critically ill or injured child is a frightening experience for the nurse, as they are rarely seen

Paediatrics

Paediatrics

The aim of this program is to maintain the general nurse's knowledge and skills related to providing paediatric care in

Patient Education

Patient Education – The most vital nursing skill

The aim of this program is to assist the nurse in providing effective education for patients in their care. The

Person Centred Care

Person Centred Care

Health care in Australia is experiencing a revolutionary shift that has ramifications for every staff member in the industry. This

Physical Assessment Skills

Physical Assessment Skills

This interactive workshop looks exclusively at the physical skills required for patient assessment and provides opportunity to practise these. They

Practical pharmacology for health professionals

Practical Pharmacology for Health Professionals

The Practical Pharmacology Program is a highly informative and non-threatening workshop. The day is designed for RNs and ENs needing

Recognition and management of the deteriorating patient

Recognition and Management of the Deteriorating Patient

The aim of this program is to develop the skills to recognise and manage clinical deterioration. It is relevant to

Respiratory Assessment

Respiratory Assessment

This program is designed to develop the participant's current knowledge of the principles and practice of respiratory assessment and management.

Service organisation reception training introduction

Service Organisation Reception Training (SORT) introduction

To prepare reception staff and nurses for the development and implementation of a priority access system to improve entry to

Service organisation reception training workshop

Service Organisation Reception Training (SORT) Workshop

A daily reality for staff in health service organisations is that requests for services often exceed availability. How are staff

Team Building Skills

Team Building Skills

This program aims to enhance the healthcare team leaders understanding of the way in which effective teams build and function.

Telephone Triage Skills

Telephone Triage Skills

To prepare nurses for the rapidly expanding nursing role of telephone triage, either as a means of improving after hours

Triage an Introduction

Triage- An Introduction

Triage is the process whereby health professionals ensure that patients are seen in accordance with the acuity of their symptoms.

Understanding Shock

Understanding Shock

Shocked is a term often used but not often fully understood. The shock syndrome is complex and the causes are

Understanding Workplace Change

Understanding workplace change

Life is all about change. We are confronted by change on a daily basis and yet many staff still struggle