Courses in the healthcare and related sectors lead to an infinite huge range of rewarding and in-demand careers. Some, like nursing, are well-known. Others, like optical careers, have similar rewards, but you need to keep your eyes open for opportunities. Or, you could let TAFE NSW build your pathway for you.
Audiometry ticked all boxes for Pakenham-based Jaeyong, who had always dreamed of making a positive difference to the health and well-being of people. So it was off to TAFE NSW to study for a Diploma of Audiometry.
“I have always had a passion to help people in need to better their lives, so audiometry ticked all the boxes for me,” says Jaeyong.
“It’s heart-warming to see the broad smile on patients’ faces, no matter what age they are, when they can hear with more clarity – the correct devices have an immediate positive impact on their hearing abilities.”
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Georgie was completing Dental Assisting studies at TAFE NSW as a scholar with the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, and was also completing an Oral Health Promotion qualification.
Studying online with TAFE Digital suited Georgie. She was working full-time in a dental clinic, so she could log on at times that suited her hectic lifestyle.
I would recommend online studying to anyone who has prior commitments that don’t allow them to study full–time,” Georgia said.
If you have a little or no experience voluntary, paid or education expereince in healthcare-related courses, you’ll probably be best starting with a Statement of Attainment or Certificate II or II course. But it's all about what you need, so always contact us.
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