Medical Administration Training (MAT) is a registered training organisation (RTO) and Pre-Qualified Supplier (PQS) approved to offer Queensland secondary school students and Year 12 graduates the opportunity to study a nationally recognised qualification.

Our courses have been designed for students who are interested in either gaining entry into university or who want to ensure they are prepared to succeed in their exciting future careers.

Our VET in schools program allows students the flexibility to tailor their course to suit their study schedule. They can complete it without having to leave the school classroom or in addition to their normal school study program.

With no set in-take dates or minimum class numbers our flexible on-line training options are tailored to each students’ individual needs.


What do the programs involve and how do they work?

Our VET in schools program allows students the flexibility to tailor their course to suit their study schedule. They can complete it without having to leave the school classroom or in addition to their normal school study program.

With no set in-take dates or minimum class numbers our flexible on-line training options are tailored to each students’ individual needs.

Our school programs involve a detailed training plan developed in conjunction with the student and school.

Upon successful completion of the choosen course, students will be awarded a nationally recognised Certificate.


What are the benefits to students?

  • Students study either at home or in allocated study periods, while undertaking their regular studies.
  • The qualification undertaken may form part of recognised pathways to further education and training.
  • Enables students to gain nationally recognised qualifications while at school.
  • Provides credit towards a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
  • The student gains a competitive edge in the employment marketplace.


VET in School (VETis) funding for current school students

The Department of Employment, Small Business and Training provides funding for school students to complete only one approved VETiS qualification while at school. Therefore, it is very important that students and their parents take the time to consider and compare their training options before signing an enrolment form or committing to a course of study which will use up the student’s one Queensland Government subsidised VETiS training entitlement.

Find out more about our VET in School (VETis) here


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