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Brush up on your understanding of medical terminology so as to work more effectively in a medical or health related environment such as medical reception, medical sales or support, natural therapies, doctor's surgeries and administration.

This short course is designed for anyone already working in the Health and Allied Health industries as a medical receptionist or ward clerk.

Or if you’re looking to work or study in health-related areas such as Individual Support or Nursing. In this course, you will learn how to receive, interpret and document written and oral instructions using medical terminology, interpret abbreviations for specialised medical terminology and use medical terminology correctly in the completion of routine tasks.

You’ll also learn how to spell, pronounce and use appropriate medical terminology in oral communication with patients, fellow workers and health professionals

Opportunities in the health sector continue to grow right across the country, with no indication of slowing down… so it’s a great time to update your skills and knowledge in this area and increase your employability in the Health Services industry!

This course is delivered fully online and is self-paced, taking approximately 36 hours to complete.

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units completed.

Interested in starting this course?

Contact us today to express your interest or make an enquiry.

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Career opportunities

  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Receptionist

Career opportunities

  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Receptionist

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