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TAS-AHC-ADG | Undergraduate
Get ready to work in health, disability, and aged care
Learn to support individuals and engage communities to live well. Study online and graduate with a formal qualification and portfolio of work. Launch or boost your career in health and community services, delivering positive health and wellbeing.
TAS-CAH-CTF | Undergraduate
Use your passion for the arts to help patients thrive
Discover how creative outlets such as music, theatre and dance can improve individual and community wellbeing. Learn how to deliver patient-centred arts programs. Graduate with job-ready skills that apply to numerous health and community settings.
TAS-CHP-GCE | Postgraduate
Add counselling to your healthcare repertoire
A counselling course for clinicians and health care professionals. Learn how to support patients in distress. Cover areas such as loss, grief, trauma, and addiction. Formalise your counselling skills and gain recognition.
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TAS-CAH-DIP | Undergraduate
Combine arts with health
Discover how creative arts interventions in health care settings can have a positive impact on people’s lives. Learn through case studies, data and neuroscience. Explore your own creativity and ties to community. Advocate creativity.
TAS-DMT-DEG | Undergraduate
Study Australia’s first degree in dementia care
Make a difference to the lives of people living with Australia’s second-leading cause of death. Understand changes in the brain that occur with dementia. Learn practical strategies to help care for people experiencing these symptoms.
TAS-MPH-GCE | Postgraduate
Contribute to the health of your community
Prepare for a move into the public health sector, where you can make a lasting impact on large-scale health challenges. Gain the practical skills you need to analyse existing healthcare systems. Become a leader who advocates for change.
TAS-CPH-GDI | Postgraduate
Deepen your pharmaceutical knowledge and increase your career options
Further your education as a registered pharmacist to pursue more senior clinical roles. Explore adverse drug reactions and common clinical pharmacy issues. Learn how to improve the pharmaceutical care of patients with complex needs.
TAS-CPH-GCE | Postgraduate
Upskill as a registered pharmacist
Continue to develop your clinical pharmacy and research skills. Explore medication management for a wide range of illnesses, from cardiovascular disease to psychiatric disorders. Upon completion, those interested can proceed into the graduate diploma.
TAS-COU-GDI | Postgraduate
Help people navigate life's challenges
Study the fundamentals of counselling before diving into specialty topics such as relationship, substance use and rehabilitation therapies. Hone your practical skills so that you can work in a variety of social work and community care professions.
TAS-COU-GCE | Postgraduate
Strengthen your therapy skills to guide clients through hardship
Pursue a rewarding career as a counsellor by mastering a range of therapeutic approaches. Understand the ethics of your profession and how to address trauma with clients. Then put your skills to the test during role-play scenarios.