Our Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) might be the course for you!
The health sector in Victoria is one of the fastest employment growth areas, and provides great scope for interesting and fulfilling careers for people with a wide range of skills. Government estimates place the value of the industry to the Victorian economy at about $30 billion per year.
Victoria leads the world in innovative health care system design, staff training, use of cutting edge medical technology, and the construction of state-of-the-art new hospitals.*
Medical know-how makes good business sense
Medical receptionists are the ‘frontline’ in any medical practice and contribute to the smooth running of a medical practice. They are therefore highly valued for their administrative skills and customer service know-how.
With our focus on practical learning and industry-connected teachers, you’ll graduate with job-ready skills, including up-to-date skills in the software used in medical practices, PracSoft.
This entry level program will develop your business skills in the specialised area of medical administration. You’ll learn the practical skills and knowledge required for medical administration in doctors’ clinics, specialists’ rooms and hospitals.
Our qualified and experienced teachers will guide and mentor you in medical administration.
The program is delivered as a dual qualification of Certificate III in Business Administration (Education) and Certificate III in Business Admin (Medical).
You will have the essential skills and knowledge to gain employment in the medical industry in a diverse range of roles, including:
junior personal assistant
For more information...
Please refer to the course information on this website here or contact one of our Education and Careers Advisors on 03 9269 8400 and email ua.ud1508594415e.cin1508594415hcety1508594415lopen1508594415ruobl1508594415em@se1508594415sruoc1508594415
* Source: Victorian Government media release, “Showcasing Victoria’s Health Services to the World”, 15 March 2016
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