Diploma of Health CareTaking care of the nation’s health - On track for nursing.
Get a head start!
I’ve learnt so much, specifically with anatomy & physiology.
Diploma of Health Care
Health Care overview
Please note all places for all 2021 intakes are full. Please check back in April 2021 for any potential new places available and released for new applications.
In the Diploma of Health Care you will study the core concepts of the anatomy and physiology of the human body and the ways in which the body and mind develop and change across the lifespan.
Theoretical content in the classroom is brought to life through simulated practical activities in laboratory settings. Theoretical models are explored through interactive workshops, and while simulated, real health service settings provide practical, experiential learning.
I would really recommend all to join Griffith College, as I have enjoyed my time here.
Diploma of Health Care
Where could this diploma take me?
Registered nurse – with further study, or on completion of the Bachelor of Nursing, you can choose to specialise in a range of fields such as aged care, community practice, emergency, intensive care, medical health, midwifery, oncology, pediatrics, palliative care, and women’s health.
Diploma of Health Care COVID-19 contingency plan
Information for students who are not able to enter Queensland
Some of our clinical health courses require attendance in person to engage in hands-on learning and abide by health accreditation rules. As a current Trimester 1, 2021 offer holder for this program, we want to provide you with some guidance so you can manage your study plan while the borders remain closed. Find out more in our contingency plan.COVID-19 contingency plan
Sample program structure
5902GCH English Language & Communication for Health
1020GCH Academic & Professional Skills Development for Science & Technology
English language requirements for Australian students You need to meet the English Language standards specified by NMBA registration standards to meet the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) accreditation standards for entry into the program prior to being offered a place in the course. These standards are subject to change by the accrediting body. Language of instruction (LOI) is only granted if students can demonstrate their English language competency as per the NMBA requirements:
- English is your primary language, and
- You have satisfactorily completed at least 6 years of primary and secondary education taught and assessed in English in one of the recognised countries detailed below (including at least two years between years 7 to 12). Recognised Countries: Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, United States, Canada, Republic of Ireland, United Kingdom. English test results must be no more than two years old.