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Aboriginal ear and hearing health training for Aboriginal Health Workers

 

Overview

Target audience: Aboriginal Health Workers from WA health or non-Government agencies working in Aboriginal ear and hearing health

Course summary: This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to provide information and strategies in hearing and ear health and conduct screening hearing tests for those industrial hearing loss/children. Course topics include:

Upon completion of these workshops and clinical placements participants will receive credits toward units from the HLT43907 Certificate 4 in Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Carer (Practice) qualification.

Fee payable: Free for WA Health members

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: The up skilling project can provide funding to back fill students position for the days they undertake clinical placements. Any other costs directly associated with the training or placements will have to be negotiated up front on a case by case basis with the AHW up skilling project manager.

Contacts

Sharon Bushby
Manager Workforce Development
AHCWA
Ph: (08) 9227 1631
Email: Sharon.Bushby@ahcwa.org

John Smoker
AHW Up Skilling Project Manager
WA Health
Email: John.Smoker@health.wa.gov.au

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Last updated: 15 July 2013
 
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