The delivery of this programme will be fully online for 2021
Key course dates include
Friday January 29th
Friday February 12th
Friday March 5th
Friday March 26th
For full details on How to Apply click on the 'Entry' Tab above .
You must complete the
Application queries email [email protected]
The aim of this programme is to enable graduates to provide and coordinate exceptional patient care in Pre-Admission Units in an environment where quality, respect, caring and compassion are at the centre. The programme also aims to provide a nationally recognised credential that demonstrates compliance with the highest quality standards in the nursing/midwifery profession and validates specialised knowledge and experience as a certified pre-admission nurse/midwife, providing the nurse/midwife with the theory, knowledge and core clinical skills to work effectively in the pre-admission unit and ensure the delivery of safe quality evidence informed care to patients.
Certificate in Pre-Admission Nursing (10 credits, Level 8).
Funding is available from the office of Nursing and Midwifery services for students working in the HSE/HSE funded Hospitals. Applicants not currently working in a HSE funded hospital are required to pay fees of €900 at the time of application.
Includes a written assignment, MCQs’ and a competency development workbook.
Program leader: Dr. Louise Bennett; E: [email protected]: T: 051 845558
The module is structured in six units:
Please download the form here
Fill in the relevant details and have it signed by your line manager
Create an electronic copy of the signed form (e.g. take a pic of it with your phone) and upload the electronic copy of the signed form below.
On successful completion of this programme students will have attained the first stage of the Professional Development Pathway for Registered Nurses working in Pre-Admission Units in Ireland. It is envisaged that Stage 2 will involve completing a level 9 award in Pre Admission Nursing which will offer recognition and transferability of knowledge and skills within the health service, ensuring they can become experienced at making complex decisions and evaluating practice.