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Certificate III in Allied Health Assisting HLT33021- NEW!

The NEWEST and fastest growing medical position in Australia today:

Work alongside Allied Health Professionals to assist in their care and implementation of therapy programs or treatment plans for patients.

 

FEE FREE IN WA 2023 – Limited Places  March 9 2024 START  |  FEE SUBSIDISED IN SA 2024 – March 2024 start |  Over 40’s Skills Funding Applies

 

Gain the skills to assist allied health professionals (physiotherapists, occupational therapists and specialist allied health professionals) assisting with the care and implementation of healthcare plans or therapy programs to support the care of patients.   

During this course, you will learn how to work with children, adults, and older people with a range of medical issues and treatment plans.  

Students will learn medical terminology, how to recognise healthy body systems, and study the impact of health conditions.  A comprehensive program in working as a vital member of a medical team, communicating at the highest level and with empathy, understanding patient care, and diversity, and supporting a health professional in all aspects of clinical practice.   Develop the skills and knowledge to maintain stock levels of supplies, consumables and equipment.

You will gain the skills and knowledge required to support people who require assistance with basic physical movement which may be due to incapacity.  This is ideal for supporting a range of allied health professionals and supporting patients needing support and assistance in their therapy regime in a range of situations including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and aged care.

Students will study in-depth what is required to Assist with an allied health program –  supporting industry Healthcare Professionals in their workload.  

To support these endeavors, Wesley includes critical key skills such as basic Medical Software Training (for data entry);  Keyboarding Skills, Patient Records, and touching on the Australian Health Care System and understanding basic medical billing protocols for a complete education in Healthcare.

As proud partners of the Australian Red Cross, all students will achieve their First Aid Certification as part of the Wesley program.

Gain these skills

  • Understanding the systems of the body, medical terminology and recognise the impact of health conditions
  • Therapeutic and clinical interventions
  • Treatment Plans
  • Effective communication with patients and stakeholders
  • Working as part of a dynamic healthcare team
  • Support individual patient needs
  • Manage therapy groups using safe work practices and to current industry standards
  • Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
  • First Aid Certification with Wesley Partners Australian Red Cross
  • How to control and record stocks of consumables, drugs or equipment
  • Learn the basics of data entry into a modern Medical Software Program
  • Understand the legislation around Medical Records and Patient Confidentiality to effectively manage and support practices, healthcare teams, or hospital protocols
  • Improve your general Keyboarding skills and understand the basics of Patient Data

 

 


 

Delivery MethodsRTO Medical

In some states (WA) – Face-to-face classroom sessions are a part of our intensive, hands-on program (Saturdays for existing workers or Saturdays and Mondays if you are a Jobseeker).

In some states, study may be Combined with Online Learning and Zoom iTutorials or some face-to-face sessions.

Online learning makes up part of the course delivery and access to online resources to reinforce classroom learning is provided. You will be supported in learning the required knowledge and skills through classroom discussions and simulation activities before undertaking  work placement.

All students will complete Work Placement in a Clinical Setting.  Job offers may occur after clinical placement, but cannot be guaranteed.

 

Work Placement and working within the Australian Health System

You will be required to undertake 80 hours of practical work placement which can be undertaken either full time or part-time.

During your year of study you will be learning how to work within the Australian state health system with particular emphasis on:

  • Relevant medical terminology — so you can accurately follow instructions from medical professionals.
  • Basic anatomy and physiology — so you can recognise and promote healthy body systems.
  • Infection prevention and control — so you can minimise the transfer of germs, infections, and disease.
  • Advanced Patient-Centred communication – so you can support patient’s in their care and become an effective medical team member
  • Allied health programs — so you can follow a treatment plan under the supervision of an Allied Health Professional.

 

Possible job roles
Allied Health Assistants often work with various health professionals when coordinating a treatment plan, but you may also be employed as an assistant within a single medical profession.   Possible job roles include:

  • Allied Health Assistant
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Physiotherapist’s Assistant
  • Medical Imaging Assistant
  • Speech Pathology Assistant
  • Podiatrist’s Assistant
  • Aged Care Assistant

 

Full-time Allied Health Assistants earn approximately $55,000 – $65,000 per annum.

 


Handy Links, Forms and Downloads

To take a WA, Queensland, SA or NSW Funding Eligibility Quiz   – please click here

FEE-FREE IN WA in 2024 March 9 Start- limited places remain

FEE-SUBSIDISED IN SA in 2024  – May 2024 start

To apply for a Payment Plan -Apply HERE

To take the Wesley Subsidy Quiz for Private students who cannot access Public Funding – Apply HERE

You may ring FREECALL 1800 001 256 for a friendly Consultant to answer your questions or help you with your enrolment.  Or, email your Enrolment Details to enrolments@wesleytraining.edu.au

 

our Testimonials

“The assistance from Trainers and the course content was of a very high standard. The course has more than met my expectations and I feel I am armed with an abundance of knowledge and good work practices to help me gain employment in the Industry. The course itself has been extremely enjoyable and interesting on so many levels. I will be disappointed when the course concludes in 2 weeks.

I cannot fault the training in any way, and would not be able to suggest any areas that require improvement. It is well run, professional, friendly and extremely informative. I really look forward to my Saturday workshops and I am already recommending Wesley Health Medical Courses to friends and family”.     Alison went on to gain employment 2 weeks after finishing the Wesley course.

- Alison

I have employed staff from the Wesley Institute of Training previously and have found their comprehension over and above staff doing other courses.  I again needed to add to our reception pool and within hours of a phone enquiry I was sent outstanding resumes from applicants that had excelled in the Wesley course.  What I have found is the applicant is motivated and willing to learn.  The material Wesley teach has a real basis and exactly what we need in general practice.

I can recommend the course for anyone wanting to get a leg up on other applicants applying for positions.  We look for new staff who have completed the Wesley training.  Well done Wesley and thank you for the excellent staff you have sent.

Sue Rendle PM, Manly Clinic

- Practice Manager Sue

I started this course in February and completed it in March. I loved the fact that I could still work my part time retail job while studying.  I believe this course is what gave me the complete package to be able to obtain my employment.    I really appreciate all the knowledge and memories I have gained from this course and could not recommend it highly enough.   Thankyou Wesley Institute of Training for helping me achieve my goals.

- Grace

The course was fantastic with a great mixture of theory, group discussions and practical delivery. The trainers were amazing- especially Neala who made it super fun with her relevant life stories and was always there to help when someone needed it. Her knowledge and passion for the health sector did not go unnoticed.

The information Wesley’s has produced for this course was presented so well and made for easy and stress free learning. I actually still read through my booklets to this day. I was extremely fortunate that I was able to gain employment as a medical receptionist a day before I completed the course.

- Tiffany

The Wesley course ran over 5 days, so it was short-  however PACKED with information. I found the course very enjoyable and easy to learn; the trainer was lovely, and related the course material to real life situations.  The humour and engagement made for an easier and relaxed learning environment.  The Wesley course definitely helped me in securing my position as a Medical Receptionist; I found that at each interview I went to they would mention the course favourably.

- Belinda

I want to say a huge thank you for the course and knowledge I came away with  .. I have secured a fantastic job after my first application

Such good value for money too.  I would highly recommend this course – I’m a mature age person so it’s never too late to up-skill yourself up to get what you deserve!

- Ann Scott

I have just completed my 6 month probation period at Ashford Hospital and loving it. It was my first medical job I applied for literally 1-2 weeks after I finished the course.  Thanks to you, Mimi, and all the other teachers and staff at Wesley Health Management.

- Kelly

The training I received was the best training experience by far.   I got a job 2 months after completing this course as a receptionist at a Neuro-Physiotherapy practice. I have been with the practice little over a year and I am now the practice administrator.   I love my job, I love the people I work with and I love going to work every day!

- Alex