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Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice (HLT40213)

 

Overview

Target audience:  Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who are working in a Aboriginal primary health care setting

Course summary: This qualification reflects the diverse roles within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker profession. Graduates can work in varied roles in Aboriginal community controlled organisations, mainstream health institutions or a range of other workplaces. Roles may include, generalist clinical work, social emotional wellbeing, maternal and child health, sexual health, drug and alcohol support and hospital liaison.

There are no prerequisites for admission to this course.

Over a two year period students need to complete fourteen core and seven elective units to achieve the qualification of HLT40213. Elective units comprise of four prescribed units and three units to be determined after a pre-training review.

The course covers a range of topics such as:

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Face to face workshops, flexible self-paced learning and on the job training

Financial assistance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Yes

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Last updated: 28 March 2017
 
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