CNA courses are no longer being offered at any of the major CNA programs, with CNA schools being forced to offer online courses.
In an email, a spokeswoman for the University of Queensland said it was reviewing the content offered by the University, but said it could not make any comment until the review was completed.
The University of Adelaide is offering a certification course online for the first time, but it is being discontinued due to the lack of a certification exam.
The courses will continue to be offered as part of the University’s online CNA curriculum.
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