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Certificate II in understanding and management of diabetes (10046NAT)

 

Overview

Target audience: This course is for people who face occupational restrictions due to their diabetes, such as police and operators of heavy vehicles. The course is also suitable for aged/home and community/disability care workers, individuals with diabetes, or individuals who have a family member with diabetes.

Course summary: This course provides participants with an awareness and understanding of the management of diabetes. The course is delivered through flexible, self-paced learning and assessments over approximately 8-12 weeks to meet the individual needs of the learner. Course modules include understanding:

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Online, face-to-face, distance learning, blended or classroom

Financial support for Indigenous students: The cost of the course is fully covered for Indigenous students who are residents of Victoria. Otherwise financial support is not specified.

Contacts

Ian McAllister
Course Author
Diabetes College
PO Box 388
Mentone Vic 3194
Mobile: 0499 420 588
Email: ian@diabetescollege.com

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Last updated: 2 April 2014
 
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