Your Career in Australia’s ever-growing
Health Industry starts here
Health administrators work in the context of functional or operational units/services in healthcare settings. They provide administrative and business support for health support services, health technical services, health care services, health professional support services, health administration services and practice management. General business operations include three areas.
The Diploma of Community Services applies to workers who deliver case management, coordination and case work intervention services to clients. Community services workers provide support to individuals and groups. This qualification addresses work in roles that usually involve service delivery, either direct client work and/or community education or development projects.
Allied health assistants work under the direction of professional staff such as doctors, social workers, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, diversional therapists, home economists and nurses. They assist senior staff by visiting clients, preparing written and verbal reports, and helping with personal care that clients or carers may not be able to undertake.
Working in the role of Hospital or Health Services Pharmacy Support, requires a broad range of skills to help patients with their medication needs. Important traits range from dependability and integrity to attention to detail and sound reporting skills, supporting their ultimate goal of ensuring that drug therapy is carried out safely and successfully.
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As a student enrolled with Health Industry Training, I could not be happier with the student administration staff and my trainer. An RTO that actually contacts you back and answers questions promptly. They communicate regularly and have offered support to me in many ways. The resources supplied are comprehensive, relevant and easy to read. The assessment tasks were manageable and fair.
Liz Mannes - Student
The block training has been a huge learning time which has been informative and enjoyable. My confidence levels are so much higher than they were before I started my course and I feel ready to enter my life as a Pathology Assistant.
I would recommend HIT to anyone pursing a certification in any of the certificates they provide. The trainer has answered all my questions and I am very grateful for her knowledge and guidance.
Lorena Bailey - Student
I was reluctant to start this training as I have never worked in management or had a leadership position. By Leigh’s guidance and help, I have the confidence to continue with this course and pursue a management and leadership position.
Veronica Bayles - Student
The first retreat was full of practical activities, thought provoking, with things to research. The facilitator, Leigh Bennett, has excellent communication, is highly knowledgeable, gave us real world examples, was thoughtful and encouraging.
Elwyn Henaway - Student
I’ve just graduated from my Cert. III in Pathology Collection with Health Industry Training. I had a wonderful experience, and I learned a lot. I really enjoyed the practical aspect, where they had all the equipment that we needed for our training, before we went on to placement. I’d highly recommend it to anybody.
Jessica Jones - Student
I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole journey. From studying, assignments and placement. The placement was fantastic. I had an excellent supervisor at SNP Bray Park (Louise). The whole process from January to now has been a success for me. Thanks so much to Health Industry Training, and especially to Fiona, for her excellent training and for pushing me to believe I could do this.
Vanda Trotter - Student
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