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IND22 - Providing Quality Aged Care


At a glance

This course in providing quality aged care consists of ten online learning modules covering topics in aged care and quality standards in health care provision.

The modules include:

  • National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards
  • Healthy Ageing – An Introduction
  • Wound Management – History, Myths and Traditions
  • Reporting Elder Abuse in the Community Setting
  • Sexual Health in Australia – Sex for Seniors
  • Dealing with Aggression – An Introduction
  • Communication at the End of Life
  • Effective Communication in Health Care
  • Writing Progress Notes – An Introduction
  • Reflective Writing – An Introduction

Total cost of this course is $240.00, for direct access to the course visit

Study Mode Online
Intake Dates Year Round

Hours of study

This course is to be completed online.

Professional Recognition

Successful completion of this course is awarded ten CPD hours and a Certificate of Completion


Course Summary

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the Standards of the National Safety and Quality Health Service and the relevance to nursing practice
  • Develop an understanding of the profound implications of healthy ageing
  • Enhance the clinician's understanding of wound management throughout history
  • Develop the foundations of what elder abuse encompasses
  • Recognise the importance of sexuality in the older population
  • Develop an understanding of the influence and purpose of aggressive behaviours
  • Identify strategies to begin end of life conversations
  • Identify key concepts in health care communication
  • Outline the principles of reflective writing

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course.

Delivery method

Access to this course is through our Learning Management System at

Program Structure

Self-directed online course with quiz

How to Apply


To enrol in this short course, please visit and register your attendance at