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Bachelor of Nursing. V.2.0 14/12/2012. Batchelor Institute Overview. Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education is an Indigenous only training facility, that caters specifically to the needs of Indigenous learners.

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Bachelor of nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

V.2.0 14/12/2012


Batchelor institute overview

Batchelor Institute Overview

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education is an Indigenous only training facility, that caters specifically to the needs of Indigenous learners.

Indigenous people come from across Australia to study at one of our campus locations in the Northern Territory, either in Batchelor (100km south of Darwin) or the Desert Peoples Centre, located in Alice Springs.


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Batchelor Institute Overview

Two principles underpin all aspects of the Institute.

1 Cultural interaction and cross-cultural learning that follows a ‘Both-ways’ philosophy which enables exploration of Indigenous Australian traditions of knowledge and Western academic disciplinary positions and cultural contexts.

2 Through its work and its courses, Batchelor Institute affirms the aspiration to self-determination and employment held by Indigenous Australians.


Acike overview

ACIKE Overview

The Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) is a joint initiative between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE).

The aim is to provide a shared facility for the delivery of a specific range of Higher Education and Post Graduate study options which address the needs of Indigenous Australia.


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ACIKE Overview

Through the ACIKE partnership BIITE will now be able to offer a more comprehensive range of Higher Education study options, including dedicated courses specifically designed to support Indigenous students.

When you enrol in an ACIKE course you will have student privileges at both BIITE and CDU including computer access, student email, learning spaces, Academic Support Advisors, disability support (if needed) and tutorial support.


Bachelor of nursing

Course Overview

Bachelor of Nursing


The bachelor of nursing

The Bachelor of Nursing

The Bachelor of Nursing course has a particular focus on the perspectives and needs of Indigenous people and the tropical and desert environments of the Northern Territory including remote communities, within an evidence-based, multidisciplinary, teaching and learning framework.


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The Bachelor of Nursing

The underpinning principles of comprehensive primary health care, namely: cultural safety in practice, in particular to addressing the needs of Indigenous and multi-cultural Australians; recognising the value of using a population health approach for the prevention, early detection and management of chronic diseases; providing appropriate evidence-based care; and the ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams is embedded throughout the Bachelor of Nursing program in both content and assessment.


Course delivery

Course Delivery

The course has a range of flexible multi modal delivery options including:

  • Workshops – student will have the opportunity to attend workshops based at the Batchelor Institute campus, Batchelor (100km south of Darwin).

  • All students must attend and pass a one-week clinical teaching block for every year of full-time equivalent study.

  • Students must also complete clinical placement units.


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Course Delivery

  • Learnline – students will use this computer program to access information about the units that they are enrolled in. This information will include unit information, topic lecture notes, assessment details, discussion boards, readings and staff contact numbers.

    As Learnline is used with all units in the course it is important that students own or have access to a computer and the internet


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Course Delivery

  • External – Students who are working or may have other commitments may choose to study externally. This means that they do not have to come to workshops but can do their study using the learnline system.

    Regular contact with Bachelor of Nursing staff will enable them to discuss their progress and any issues they may have in regards to their study.


Course structure

Course Structure

The course consists of 24 units. Two common units provide students with the foundation knowledge and skills necessary to complete the course successfully, prepare them for lifelong learning and promote the concept of cultural safety in practice, in particular to addressing the needs of Indigenous and multicultural Australians.


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Course Structure

This course will have a particular focus on the perspectives and needs of Indigenous people and the tropical and desert environments of the Northern Territory including remote communities, within an evidence-based, multidisciplinary, teaching and learning framework. Specifically, this course will focus on Territory and regional issues, including Indigenous health, remote health practice, and innovative approaches to primary health care.


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Course Structure

1st YEAR

• Academic Literacies

• Anatomy and Physiology 1

• Intro to Professional Nursing

• Fundamentals of Primary Health Care

• Northern Perspectives

• Anatomy and Physiology 2

• Psychosocial Nursing

• Fundamental Nursing Practice


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Course Structure

2nd YEAR

• Challenge and Response to Body Integrity 1

• Mental Health Nursing

• Health Sociology

• Nursing Practice 1

• Challenge and Response to Body Integrity 2

• Research and Evidence-based Health

• Lifespan Development

• Nursing Practice 2


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Course Structure

3rd YEAR

• Professional Nursing 1

• Public Health Challenges in Chronic and Complex Nursing

• Special Elective 1

• Clinical Nursing Practice 1

• Professional Nursing 2

• Special Elective 2

• Clinical Nursing Practice 2

• Nursing in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Settings


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Course Structure

ELECTIVES

The two electives may be chosen from

• Perioperative Nursing

• Emergency Nursing

• Renal Nursing

• Mental Health and Paediatric Care

• Community Mental Health

• Mental Health Issues across the Lifespan


Career opportunities

Career Opportunities

On the completion of this Bachelor degree, graduates will be well prepared for professional employment in Nursing in hospitals and health centres in both urban and remote communities.

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

Graduates of this course are eligible to apply for registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency.


Career pathways

Career Pathways

Many of these positions are available in both Government and Non-Government Agencies and can be based in urban, rural and some remote communities.

Completion of the degree will also offer the student the opportunity to enrol in post graduate education programs such as Post graduate certificates, Diplomas and Masters degrees that will further enhance their employment opportunities and careers.


Travel

Travel

  • All travel costs, including flights and transfers are met by Batchelor Institute.

  • All travel arrangements are made by our student travel department.

  • Students are notified of their travel arrangements a week before the workshop by the staff in the travel department.

  • On arrival at the airport residential staff will be there to meet you and transport you to your accommodation.


Accommodation

Accommodation

  • You will be accommodated in a single room or twin share room at the Residential Campus.

  • The campus has a library and computer access for students who wish to study after class and in the evening or at the weekend.


Meals

Meals

  • Breakfast, morning tea, lunch and dinners are provided on the campus.

  • Batchelor Campus students can access the Batchelor township shops, only minutes away.

  • All meal costs are included with your workshop if you are a residential student.


Student financial support

Student Financial Support

  • As a full time or part time student you should be eligible for financial assistance through the Federal Government

  • Full time students studying 3 units or more per semester should be entitled to full ABSTUDY support

  • Full time students may also be eligible for other assistance including scholarships


Student scholarships

Student Scholarships

You may also be eligible for a scholarship to help you study. There are Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships that may assist you:

  • Commonwealth Education Cost Scholarship (CECS)

  • Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarship

  • Indigenous Access Scholarship (IAS)

  • See CDU webpage for more information www.cdu.edu.au or speak to one of our Academic Advisors


How to apply

How to Apply

  • The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) receives and processes applications for admission for the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE).

  • To apply for a course through SATAC you will need to submit your application online through their website www.satac.edu.au.

  • See the SATAC brochure on our website


Alternative entry

Alternative Entry

Most people know that the usual way of gaining entry to a university course is to study a Year 12 program, however there are other ways of getting into the course including:

  • Special Tertiary Admissions Test

  • Complete a TAFE/VET Certificate IV or Diploma course

  • Undertake a University bridging course

  • Alternative Indigenous Entry Pathway


Alternative indigenous entry pathway

Alternative Indigenous Entry Pathway

If you are thinking of higher education but don’t know if you meet the university’s entry requirements then the IAEP might be your answer. The program provides Indigenous people with the opportunity to participate in an assessment program that offers a study pathway to achieve success in your chosen field at ACIKE.

If you are to be considered as an applicant, you would need to travel to either Darwin or Alice Springs in the Northern Territory to attend a two day assessment. Centrelink can assist you with travel costs and accommodation.

Further information Contact us or look at this website:

http://www.cdu.edu.au/community/indigenous_alternative_entry.html


Preparation for tertiary success

Preparation for Tertiary Success

BIITE through ACIKE offers a FREE PTS program, especially designed for Indigenous Australians. If you have not studied in a while or you did not complete year 12 or do not think you achieved a high enough score and are unsure about whether you can succeed in a Higher Education program, our PTS program helps you to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to be successful at university.

Further information: http://www.cdu.edu.au/cdu-acike/pts/


Contact us

Contact Us

Bachelor of Nursing team

Ann Bolton Direct: (08) 8946 3806

email: [email protected]

Connie Morfe Direct: (08) 8939 7303

email: [email protected]

Faculty of Health Business and Science

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

FREECALL: 1800 677 095


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Contact Us

Academic Support Advisors

Sarah Anthony

Academic Advisor - Darwin

Faculty of Health Business and Science

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

FREECALL 1800 677 095

Direct: (08) 89 39 7233

email: [email protected]


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Contact Us

Academic Support Advisors

Michael Keating

Academic Advisor – Alice Springs

Faculty of Education, arts and Social Sciences

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

FREECALL 1800 677 095

Direct: (08) 89 51 8350

email: [email protected]


Thank you for your time and good luck with your future studies

Thank you for your time and good luck with your future studies


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