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Contribute to the nursing care of a person with diabetes

HLTENN057 Contribute to the nursing care of a person with diabetes

Course Description and Application

This course covers the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide nursing care to a person with diabetes including assessing needs, planning and implementing nursing interventions, evaluating outcomes, and educating the person on the condition and available resources.

This unit applies to enrolled nursing work carried out in consultation and collaboration with registered nurses, and under supervisory arrangements aligned to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) regulatory authority legislative requirements. The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian Standards, and industry codes of practice.

Although there are no prerequisites for this unit of competency, students must be an enrolled nurse and registered with APHRA.

You’ll be asked to provide evidence of this when you enrol.

This course is delivered as a standalone unit of competency.
Sample Timetable:

Unit/s of competency Hours Delivery mode
THEORY DAY
HLTENN057 Contribute to the nursing care of a person with diabetes Day 1 of 2
7.5 1 x full day workshop (Face to Face or Virtual)
Skill Test – ASSESSMENT DAY
HLTENN057 Contribute to the nursing care of a person with diabetes Day 2 of 2
7.5 1 x full day workshop (Face to Face)
SUPPORT SESSION
Access to assessor and LLN support (not mandatory)
2 MS Teams

Student Support
MediLearn is committed to providing each individual student with a positive and enjoyable learning experience that will serve to enhance their existing skill set. Our caring one-to-one approach offers students the following support services:
• Discussion between student and their trainer/assessor about the student’s needs
• Arrangements for additional one-to-one advice where possible between student and trainer/assessor
• On-going monitoring of the student’s progress by trainer/assessor, to ensure successful learning outcomes through student feedback as outlined below

For further information relating to how MediLearn provides support to students refer to the Student Handbook found on the MediLearn’s website: https://medilearn.com.au/

Completion
At the end of this program student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the nationally recognised unit of Competency. HLTENN057 Contribute to the nursing care of a person with diabetes

MediLearn does not engage with any third parties for the delivery and assessment of this course and does not guarantee that a student will successful complete this course or particular employment outcomes.

During this course you will gain the skills and knowledge to:

1. Identify diabetes care services in the Australian health care environment
2. Assess the needs of a person with diabetes
3. Perform nursing interventions to assist in achieving and maintaining optimal diabetes health
4. Evaluate care plan for a person with diabetes, and support a person’s self-management

You will be given two week access of the online portal after the end date of your course. For further information relating to logging into the Student Login contact the MediLearn Communication and Training Coordinator or send an email to enquire@medilearn.com.au.Include your full name and contact number in your email.

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