Certificate II in Health Support Services (12)
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Health Training Package. It covers workers who provide support for the effective functioning of health services. These workers do not provide direct care assistance functions such as assisting other staff with the care of clients. This is an entry-level qualification and is suited to apprenticeship pathways.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Work effectively with others; Communicate and work effectively in health; Comply with infection control policies and procedures; Participate in WHS processes. Elective streams: Cleaning; Laundry; Food services; Grounds maintenance; General maintenance; Client support; Health administration; Stores; Transport.
About Lennox InstituteLennox Institute is a Registered Training Organisation. It aims to specialise in the delivery of tailored learning and development programs, to be innovative and agile and to build a reputation for programs that make a difference. The Institute delivers training in a blended learning environment, and endeavours to find learning strategies that present a positive return on training investment. Lennox Institute measures its success by delivering on key business activities and strategic initiatives. The Institute recognises that the effective management and monitoring of a candidate's progress is of key importance and requires diligent reporting to government bodies to secure funding. RTO code: 90923
Certificate IICourse code: HLT21212
- Flexible Delivery
12 units: 4 core; 8 elective
No minimum education
Students seeking a qualification targeted to a specific work area (such as cleaning or health administration) should select the required number of electives from the relevant group. A generic qualification may be obtained by selecting units of competency from across all elective groups.
Life after Study
Administrative assistants perform a range of administrative tasks in an organisation.
Cleaners clean schools, construction sites, commercial, industrial and domestic premises, industrial machinery and vehicles using portable cleaning equipment.
Handypersons repair and maintain their clients' homes or other workplaces, such as residential buildings, schools, offices, holiday camps, or caravan parks and associated grounds.
Hospital administrators plan, direct and coordinate health and administrative services provided by hospitals, community health services, aged-care facilities, private healthcare facilities and other health service organisations.
Kitchen hands assist cooks and chefs in preparing and storing food, washing dishes and kitchen utensils, and cleaning work areas.
Laundry workers sort, check and stack items of clothing and linen, and load and unload washing and drying machines in laundries.