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Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance reflects the skills and expertise of an individual in the field of allied health. This qualification is tailored to meet the demands of allied health professionals, involving tasks such as providing support to healthcare practitioners, ensuring the quality of care, and collaborating with patients. Depending on the jurisdiction, additional requirements may be necessary to obtain this certificate, as licensing criteria may differ.
To qualify for this certificate, you must provide evidence demonstrating that your skills and knowledge align with the courser’s learning outcomes. This evidence can take various forms. Demonstrating your current proficiency at a comparable level can be done through a CV (your student support representative can assist with this), an employment letter, or an employment contract.
Additionally, documents from prior work or educational experiences, such as references from licensed tradespeople you’ve collaborated with, apprenticeship records, academic transcripts, or assessments from relevant past qualifications, all contribute to the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. You can also submit proof of overseas qualifications or visual evidence of your work, especially for practical roles.
Payslips/work contract/ABN if self-employed
Photos/videos (for practical roles)
Risk Assessment and Management Documents
Incident Report Forms
Plans and Specifications
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This qualification reflects the role of administrative workers in the health industry. These workers follow known routines and procedures, taking responsibility for their own work under general supervision. They combine communication, customer service and technical skills, and use discretion and judgment to adapt and transfer their skills to different situations.
No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Total number of units = 13
All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.
Communicate and work in health or community services
Work with diverse people
Apply basic principles and practices of infection prevention and control
Participate in workplace health and safety
Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
Produce coded clinical data
Maintain financial records
Process accounts payable and receivable
Support operational plan
Support continuous improvement systems and processes
Organise workplace information
Implement workplace information system
Contribute to workplace innovation
Design and produce business documents
Prepare and process medical accounts
Maintain patient records
Retrieve information from records
Respond effectively to behaviours of concern
Provide first point of contact
Provide first aid
Deliver and monitor a service to customers