Certificate III In Allied Health Assistance
This course gives participants the skills and knowledge to provide assistance to Allied Health professionals. Workers at this level operate under direct supervision and do not conduct programs or therapeutic interventions. The course meets all training and workplace requirements. The course is recommended for people with caring, understanding, mature, patient and calm personalities who seek a rewarding career in Allied Health Services. We recommend the course to people who are able to relate well to frail, sick or disabled people of all aged and want to make a difference in the health industry. Allied Health Workers can work full-time, part-time and casual, making it suitable for all lifestyles. They can work in hospitals and hospices, physiotherapy and occupational therapy practices, private homes, community centres.
Certificate III In Health Services Assistance
This qualification covers workers in a range of work roles who provide assistance to health professional staff with the care of clients. Health Services Assistance involves the worker in direct client contact under supervision. This qualification has been structured with mandatory electives to address requirements of specific work functions in operating theatre support and recommended electives for assisting in nursing work in acute care. In addition the qualification supports multi-skilling requirements of smaller and rural/remote work settings.
Certificate IV In Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing)
here are excellent employment opportunities for Division 2 Registered Nurses, particularly in Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Community Based Centres. Those seeking careers, as Division 2 Nurses should enjoy working with a diverse range of people with varied medical conditions. Division 2 Nurses work under the direct or indirect supervision of a Division 1 Registered Nurse within the hospital, residential aged care or community health setting.
Diploma Of Nursing Enrolled Nurses
work under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. They help to provide acute, preventative, curative and rehabilitative care. This includes administering intravenous medications and medication administration. Enrolled nurses can work in a variety of areas including acute, general, medical, surgical, rehabilitation, palliative care, mental health, operating theatres, pediatric, community or aged care settings. The Diploma of Nursing is a national qualification, allowing you to work anywhere in Australia when registration is granted by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).