- Specialist Certificate in Empowering Health in Aboriginal Communities
- Course structure
Applicants must complete the first subject, ‘Utilising knowledge in Aboriginal health’ before commencing the second subject in the course.
Applicants are required to travel to the Department of Rural Health, main campus (Shepparton) for short intensive teaching. On‐campus attendance for these short teaching intensives is compulsory. Students must attend 100% of the on‐campus study days in order to pass the relevant subject. Alternative arrangements may be considered by the course coordinator under exceptional circumstances. In order to participate in the off‐campus components of the course, students must have access to reliable internet connection/s. Further, applicants must be able to accommodate a minimum time commitment of 15 hours per week for each subject.
The Specialist Certificate in Empowering Health in Aboriginal Communities is comprised of two compulsory 12.5 credit point subjects, taken part‐time over two semesters (one subject per semester). These subjects can also be undertaken as a progression towards a Graduate Certificate in Aboriginal Health in Rural Communities or Master in Public Health.
|Code||Name||Study period||Credit Points|
|RURA90008||Utilising Knowledge in Aboriginal Health||
|RURA90009||Health Projects in Aboriginal Settings||
Last updated: 10 March 2021