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ECU-OCH-GCE | Postgraduate
Start your journey into occupational health
Learn core occupational hygiene skills, so you can prevent health and safety incidents in your workplace. This certificate is ideal for those already working in high-risk environments, and can be used to gain entry into the related Masters Degree.
ECU-MNH-GCE | Postgraduate
Help others address their mental health concerns
Deepen your understanding of mental health care so that you can support clients in a clinical health setting. Get to know current treatment approaches and discover how to conduct assessments. Use your certificate as a stepping stone into further postgraduate study.
ECU-EXM-GCE | Postgraduate
Explore exercise in cancer care
Start to learn the theory behind exercise in helping those with cancer survive. Explore research and clinical knowledge – understanding how and why exercise medicine can help. Choose to continue your studies with the Graduate Diploma.
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Expand your career opportunities
Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.
ECU-CCP-GCE | Postgraduate
Boost your skills in critical care
If you’re a paramedic with a desire to provide greater care in emergency situations, this course can help you hone your knowledge. Deepen your understanding of pathophysiology, cardiac, medical and obstetric patients.
ECU-NRH-GCE | Postgraduate
Further your skills to help those with neurological conditions
Whether you work as a speech pathologist, occupational therapist, physiotherapist, exercise psychologist or registered nurse, this course will help you expand your knowledge in rehabilitation.
ECU-ECP-GCE | Postgraduate
Extend your care as a paramedic
If you’re looking to add a specialisation to your paramedical career, this could be the course for you. Designed for students looking to continuously improve, you’ll study towards a deeper understanding and delivery of quality care to the community.