A Nationally recognised Certificate qualification is a course that is VET Accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The content, delivery methods, assessment methods and learning outcomes are standardised by the government. This provides employers with the guarantee that the qualification listed on your resume is quality assured.
- A Certificate II course is designed for people to undertake mainly routine work or as a pathway to further education.
- A Certificate III course is designed to help individuals to progress from entry level roles.
- A Certificate IV course is designed for people looking to move into supervisory and management positions.
In most cases it is not necessary that you complete a lower-level certificate to gain entry to a higher one.
When you have successfully completed a Certificate, you are issued with a nationally recognised certificate and an academic transcript. An academic transcript is an official legal record that lists all the subjects you have completed in your course.
If you’re considering transitioning into the health sector or wanting to gain recognition for your current health administration experience, then a certificate qualification will demonstrate to employers not only your skills and knowledge but also your commitment to your career in the health sector.
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We realise choosing the best course can be daunting. Our career advisors are here to assist you to make the most appropriate choice based on your career goals. To speak to a Career Advisor phone: 1300 887 082 or email [email protected]