|Course Code: HLT37315||Award Titles : HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration|
|Duration : 26 Weeks||School : School of Healthcare Management|
|CRICOS Code : 093195C||Campuses : Perth Campus|
|AQF Level : 3||Fees : Click here for more details|
|CRICOS Code: 093195C||College Policies, Procedures & Forms|
Do you have plans to start a career in health administration within the healthcare sector? Do explore our Certificate III in Health Administration course that will help you to do so in just 26 weeks.
There is great demand for health administrative workers in Australian and global hospitals, and statistics show that 40% of people who were not employed before starting this course gained employment after completing this course(figures from myskills.gov.au ).
This course provides students with the skills they need to get started on a career in the healthcare sector as a health administrative worker. On completing this course, students will be able to perform tasks, routines and procedures and will be able to competently manage administrative work at any healthcare sector such as hospitals and healthcare centres. They will learn to handle customer service, implement workplace health and safety processes and infection control policies, and provide first aid when needed. They can stay on top of medical terminology, record keeping, and being a team leader.
On successful completion of this course, students can up-skill themselves and continue further with their education. Graduates will be able to progress to the Certificate IV in Health Administration, and can take up the Diploma of Practice Management later.
The Certificate 3 in Health Administration is nationally accredited by Nationally Recognised Training in Australia, a joint initiative of the Australian and State and Territory governments.
Course learning outcomes:
Having completed the course, students will be able to gain:
• Knowledge of basic administrative skills.
• The skills and ability to work within a diverse organisation.
• Knowledge of work ethics and legal requirements.
• Responsibility to undertake work given under supervision.
• The ability to implement workplace health and safety procedures and processes.