Location: Adelaide City
Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care introduces learners to the foundation of primary health care. The course work covers a variety of topics related to holistic health in order to equip learners with a basic knowledge and understanding of primary health care principles and work practices.
Students will learn how to interpret available information and to develop advocacy skills to assist community members, using discretion and judgment, and to take responsibility for their own work practices while under the guidance of others. This course is based on a set of national health worker competency standards, to provide learners with a nationally recognised qualification. Practical training will be supervised and/or provided with established guidelines.
Certificate III provides entry-level professional knowledge and skills for intending health workers and/or community workers. The program develops understanding and provides practical experience in working with Aboriginal people in a health setting. It also develops competent, confident and qualified Aboriginal workers, empowering them to bring about change in community settings. Graduates from the Certificate III program have the necessary basic skills to be employed as a Health Worker.
Further details, including the Course Description, Enrolment Requirements, Study Pathways, Delivery Mode and Fee Information can be found in the AHCSA 2020 Course Guide.
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