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Certificate III in Indigenous Environmental Health



Target audience: Workers who are operational in a range of population health/projects particularly relating to Indigenous environmental health

Course summary: This qualification is intended for Indigenous students. It provides practical skills and knowledge in environmental health principles and health care which are required to work in a community setting. Learning areas are:

Once this course has been successfully completed there is an opportunity to become an Indigenous environmental health worker.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Not specified

Financial support for Indigenous students: Enrolment fees are sponsored by the Department of Human Services for eligible applicants. Agencies providing services to rural and remote communities can send students to this course for free under the Rural and Remote training programme. For more information on financial support please contact the Kimberley Training Institute directly.


Kimberley Training Institute
Head Office
68 Cable Beach Road
PO Box 1380
Broome WA 6725
Ph: (08) 9192 9100
Ph: 1300 996 573
Fax: (08) 9192 9111

Derby Campus
Ph: (08) 9191 0666

Kununurra Campus
Ph: (08) 9168 0888

Halls Creek Campus
Ph: (08) 9168 9444

Wyndham Campus
Ph: (08) 9161 0333

Fitzroy Crossing Campus
Ph: (08) 9193 0555


Last updated: 26 May 2015
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