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There is no better time than NOW to train for a Career in Healthcare with a shortage of healthcare workers,  this short course is designed to equip you with the valuable practical skills to get you started or recognised in this large and fast-growing employment sector.

Our nationally accredited and industry supported Frontline Healthcare course is a great way to quickly gain or refresh your knowledge.

  • Nationally Accredited! We are a privately owned Australian based Registered Training Organisation (RTO) supported by the Australian Government
  • Study when you want! Access your course content anytime, anywhere, from the comfort of your own home or workplace
  • Great employment opportunities
  • Student support by fully qualified trainers
  • Flexible Learning! Select a study method that works for you.
What do our students say?

With the healthcare sector being the largest employer and fastest-growing industry nationwide, doctors, nurses and allied health professionals within the industry need professionally trained staff to support them.

Our nationally accredited and industry supported Frontline Healthcare course covers the valuable practical skills that will help you get started or recognised in the healthcare sector, regardless of if you are new to the industry, are looking for a change or simply need to refresh or upskill.

Reading and Writing
The course is an online course so you need to have basic English reading and writing skills, or higher. As a guide – you should have completed Year 10 schooling, or have proven workplace written communication skills.

Spoken English
To ensure successful completion of this course you must have sufficient English speaking skills to be able to communicate with your Student Advisor over the phone.

Numeracy Skills
Numeracy skills are only required to a basic level eg calculations with calculators.

Computer and Internet

  • Basic computer skills
  • Access to a Desktop Computer or Laptop; some course work may be completed via mobile devices
  • Internet access with Internet Explorer 8+, Chrome or Firefox
  • Microsoft Office 2010 or higher

Strong motivational skills to complete self-paced online learning


This nationally recognised unit will assist you to receive, interpret and document written and oral instructions
using medical terminology. You will learn to interpret abbreviations for specialised medical terminology and
interpret and adhere to the policies and procedures of the workplace.


In this nationally recognised unit you will learn how to manage different situations involving infections, the standard procedures for infection control and how to identify and assess risks and hazards.


In this nationally recognised unit you will learn how to establish a rapport with clients, use effective communication, appropriately manage and minimise aggression, take action to resolve conflict and respond and deal with complaints.

As there are no set intake dates for our Frontline Healthcare course, you can enrol and start studying at any time that suits you.

The total fee for this course is $650. Payment can be made in full or via an interest-free weekly payment plan commencing upon enrolment: $150 on enrolment plus 8 x weekly payments of $62.50. Payment plan information can be found here.

All students are allocated 3-6 weeks (full-time) or 6-12 weeks (part-time) for course completion, however as this is a self-paced course you can complete your course in much less time should you wish.

As a general guide, we recommend a commitment of 6-8 hours per week for part-time study and 10-20 hours per week for full-time study.

Absolutely! Medical Administration Training delivers fully accredited training in Certificate III up to Diploma level qualifications in Health Administration.

We also have a number of industry-specific short courses on offer. All our successful students are offered further discounts on our courses (not applicable for funded courses).

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