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The Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management course, offered by Charles Sturt University, is the perfect stepping stone for health professionals looking to make the leap into management.
Coordinating health services and ensuring an integrated and holistic approach to patient care is a complex task. This program is designed to address gaps in your knowledge and to equip you with the advanced administrative skills needed to oversee and deliver health services.
Whether you work as a registered nurse, physiotherapist or disability support worker, the course will give you a foundational understanding of healthcare systems and give you a better understanding of the role of a manager in a healthcare context.
You will also learn about human resource management as applied to the healthcare sector, how to resource health and aged services, and gain an evidenced-based understanding of healthcare delivery.
There are two different entry pathways to this course:
Entry type 1
Entry type 2
All applicants must provide a comprehensive CV, letters of reference and application documentation to formally authenticate their experience.
CSU offers a range of student support services, academic learning support and skills development for all its distance education students. Studying with CSU, you will have access to your online subjects, Student Services, the CSU Library, forums and your exam results through student.csu, a personalised online portal.
You will also have entry into CSU Interact, a scholarly environment that connects students and staff online. Each subject you’re enrolled in will have its own subject site housed within CSU Interact, giving you access to learning content, tools and subject forums.
Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a nationally recognised Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management from Charles Sturt University.
Completion of this postgraduate course will give you a greater understanding of the Australian healthcare system, and equip you with the managerial skills needed to deliver quality healthcare services.
Take your healthcare career in a new direction, or take on greater responsibility in a range of managerial roles.
Wondering where a career in allied health could take you? Potential job outcomes may include; Allied Health Assistant, Physiotherapy Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Medical Imaging Assistant, Nutrition Assistant, Therapy Assistant, Rehabilitation Assistant, Speech Pathology Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nursing Support Worker, Ward Assistant, Patient Care Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Wardsperson, Patient Services Assistant, Operating Theatre Technician, Orderly.
Courses that are not Commonwealth supported places require students to contribute the full cost of their course. You may be eligible for a loan to help pay for tuition fees through the Commonwealth Government FEE-HELP program.
Find out more about FEE-HELP here.
CSU provides access to a range of scholarships and loans to help its students with the costs associated with university study.
This course can be paid for through the FEE-HELP government loan scheme. If you are an Australian citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, you may not need to pay upfront.
Instead, the Australian government will pay your course fees directly to the provider on your behalf. You'll begin repaying your loan through the tax system once you start earning more than the minimum threshold of $55,874 (2017-18 income year).
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