Funding for WA

Health Industry Training is proud to be appointed to the Preferred Provider Panel for the Participation Program to deliver the Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care and the Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torre Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice.

Throughout the course with Health Industry Training, you will be provided with a range of support services depending on your individual needs including LLN support, one-on-one trainer support outside class-room hours, IT training and support, contextualisation of training and assessment to take into account Aboriginal ways of learning, clinical work placement and advocacy support for external support organisations including disability support and counselling services. In addition, students are provided with financial support to assist with transportation and meal costs to attend both work placement and block training.

Classes will be held 3 days per week during school times.  The Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care will be held for 16 weeks and the Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice for 25 weeks.  In addition to the face-to-face component of the course it is anticipated that students will undertake clinical placement on the additional 2 days per week.

Students are required to pay a fee to offset the cost of training.  The fees are charged at the commencement date for each unit.  Fees can be paid through instalments where students are given a minimum of eight weeks from the commencement of each unit to finalise payment.

Waiving of fees

Health Industry Training may waive all fees and charges for students that are assessed as being in severe financial hardship.  To request fees and charges be waived, students must complete the ‘Fees Waiver Request’ form which will be requested from the Program Coordinator prior to course commencement.

For further information please email Anita at apacey@healthindustrytraining.org or call 0418 300 962.