With the Medical Reception Skills Course, you will learn medical terminology, how to prepare and process medical accounts, along with how to maintain patient records and comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures. This short course is specifically designed to assist people seeking entry-level roles in the medical administration field or to offer up-skilling opportunities for those already working in the industry and is recognised as partial completion of the HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration.
The CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services is a nationally-recognised course that will teach you how to meet the needs of a large range of people, including children, youth groups, families, adults and the elderly. It can help you become a Community Service Worker, Support Worker, Caseworker, etc.
The Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping is a nationally-recognised qualification that will teach you how to set up and operate a computer accounting system, perform financial calculations, prepare operational budget, establish and maintain a payroll system, complete business activity and instalment activity statements, administer subsidiary accounts and ledgers, and so much more.