Liam Walter – Medical Practice Assisting student to graduate

UNE Partnerships celebrates the success of NSW Government Graduate Program Graduates
July 18, 2019
Medical Practice Assisting Conference 20-21 March in Newcastle
March 5, 2020

Congratulations Liam Walter from all of us here at UNE Partnerships! We are looking forward to your graduation in Newcastle 20 March at the Medical Practice Conference.

Liam has just recently completed our Certificate IV in Medical Practice Assisting. These pictures above show him in the Sanctuary Medical Centre that he works at handing an ECG, Preparation of equipment and devices for medical procedures and Cold chain management. A special thank you to Deb Walter for the photos.

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Did you know that the US Bureau of Labour Statistics expect the employment of Medical Assistants to grow by 23% over the next decade, with similar growth expected in Australia. Medical Practice Assistants have an important role to play within the practice, alleviating some of the stress and workloads on medical practitioners.

Here at UNE Partnerships you can study our Certificate IV in Medical Practice Assisting. This is a nationally recognised qualification and is suitable for those in the health practice or medical setting wishing to expand their skills into a clinical arena. With our qualification you will work within the scope of delegation, and legal and ethical regulatory frameworks to support delivery of healthcare and contribute to the provision of coordinated healthcare services. You will be able to assist in a range of front and back of office, medical and administrative tasks to support a team of medical practitioners and healthcare professionals.

For more information about or Certificate IV in Medical Practice Assisting qualification (HLT47715) click here.

Subsidised Training

NSW

Subsidised training may be available to eligible students who live or work in NSW. You can apply for a subsidised training place through Smart and Skilled. For more information click here.

QLD
We are also pleased to advise that subsidised training may be available to eligible students who live or work in Queensland through the Higher Level Skills Program.
The Higher Level Skills Program assists individuals to gain the higher level skills required to secure employment or career advancement in a priority industry, or to transition to university.