What is an enrolled nurse?
Enrolled nurses are secondary nursing professionals who work under the guidance of Registered Nurses. Their role is focused on patient care and record-keeping, and are entrusted to:
To become an enrolled nurse, you have to obtain a Diploma in Enrolled Nursing. The course is usually either eighteen months or two years long and involves extensive hands-on experience.
Endorsed Enrolled Nurse
An endorsed enrolled nurse is an enrolled nurse who has gained either the necessary qualifications or recommendations from an authority that allows them to take on further nursing responsibilities.
The average enrolled nurse can expect to earn between 54,000 to 58,000 per year. This will increase over time, experience and education gained.