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What are the benefits of choosing an RTO for training?
RTOs offer qualifications that are recognised by employers across Australia. This ensures that the skills you learn are relevant and valuable in the workforce. RTOs are regulated by the government, so you can be confident that the training you receive meets national quality standards.

You can check that a training provider is a registered training organisation by visiting the webpage and searching for the RTO number (MAT’s RTO number is 31078).

How long has Medical Administration (MAT) been providing training services?
With over 20 years of experience, Medical Administration Training understands the challenges and opportunities of this dynamic field. Our program equips you with the essential skills and knowledge to succeed in your healthcare career.

Are your courses nationally recognised?
Yes, we are an Australian owned and run private Registered Training Organisation and provide nationally recognised training for the Health Administration sector.

Are there any set intake dates?
No, all of our courses are fully online which means we don’t have any set intake dates and you can start whenever you are ready.

What student support is available?

Medical Administration Training provides all students with course orientation, study support as well as wellbeing and AccessAbility support. To view a range of our support programs, click here. 

Can I pay off a qualification or course with a payment plan?
Yes, any course that is $550 or more offer a payment plan option.
Am I eligible for funding or government subsidies?

QUEENSLAND:  Certificate and Diploma qualifications are subsidised for eligible Queensland residents through the Skills Assure program ‘funded by the Queensland Government’. Eligibility criteria applies. View our funding page for more details.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Certificate and Diploma qualifications are subsidised for eligible South Australian residents or workers through the South Australian Skills WorkReady and JobTrainer programs. Eligibility criteria applies. View our funding page for more details.

Are your courses Centrelink approved?
Most of our courses (excluding Diploma’s) are Centrelink approved (conditions apply).  You will need to apply directly to Centrelink for information.  Our Centrelink Approval Number is 4P689.
Are there any entry requirements for enrolling in a course?
There are no formal entry requirements for our courses.

MAT is committed to providing every enrolled student with the support they need to succeed in their studies. To ensure this, it is necessary for students to have a strong grasp of computer basics and to meet the appropriate proficiency levels in reading, writing, oral communication, and numeracy as outlined in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) for their chosen course. Click here.

All applicants 16 years and over are welcome.

Which course is right for me?

We offer a range of training options from focused short courses, comprehensive Certificate level programs and our Diploma of Practice Management– designed to equip you with the in-demand skills sought after by hospitals and clinics across Australia. Our course comparison tool is here to help, you can find it here.

Is there a limit to how fast I can complete my course?

We offer full time and part time enrolment options however courses are self paced so students can complete their course faster than the prescribed time if they wish.

Am I guaranteed a job once I finish my course?

Training has many benefits, you acquire new skills, keep up with industry changes, build self-esteem, become more able to perform in your current role or gain employment.

In today’s competitive job market you need to gain that employment edge over others to get that promotion or new career. Increasingly, employers are looking for candidates that standout, what better way than by gaining a qualification.

Completing one of our courses will certainly improve your job prospects but does not guarantee you a job.

Can I gain academic credit for recognition of previous studies?
Yes, Medical Administration Training recognises other qualifications issued by other RTO’s. Application for mutual recognition of qualifications must be made in writing, together with evidence of completed units of competency.

How do I enrol and how long will it take until I can get started?

If you’re ready to get started, visit the applicable course page, Click on Apply Now, and complete the easy online registration form.

We usually have students enrolled and ready to go in less than 1 business day.  You can always call us 1300 887 082 if you need assistance.