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Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander primary health care (community care) (domestic students)

 

Overview

Target audience: existing workers in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health care sector

Course outline:
This Certificate IV qualification enables graduates to provide a range of primary health care services to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients and communities. The program is particularly focused on providing care and support in community settings and will prepare students to deal with a wide range of health problems affecting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients. Students who have completed a Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care will be eligible for a credit transfer for part of the program. Topics covered in the Certificate IV include:

These programs are available through distance education which means no on-campus attendance is required. As part of your studies you will need to complete 160 hours of vocational placement in a suitable community care setting.

To be eligible to access Government funded training students must have a Queensland residential address. If a student resides outside of Queensland a fee for service will apply.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Online

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified

Contacts

Sunshine Coast Institute of TAFE
Ph: (07) 5457 1000 enrolment information

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Last updated: 13 September 2013
 
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