EAR AND HEARING HEALTH TRAINING FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HEALTH WORKERS
When: Block Two: 8th – 19th April 2013
Where: AHCSA, Adelaide SA
The National Aboriginal Ear and Hearing Health Skill Set training is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and is being delivered by RTO members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Regional Training Organisation Network (ATSIHRTONN).
Entry level to register for this training is the AHW-PHC Certificate 111. The National Skill Set consists of the following units of competencies and must be undertaken as a Skill Set.
HLTAHW418B: Provide information and strategies in ear and hearing health
HLTAU402D: Conduct screening hearing tests for industrial hearing loss
HLTAU501D: Conduct screening hearing tests for children
To register for the course, please contact.
AHCSA, Adelaide SA
Ph: (08) 8273 7200
RTOS AND DATES OF TRAINING FOR 2013
The duration of the course is two weeks and only 12-13 spaces are available. For all enrolment enquiries or to register at an RTO closest to your location, please contact one of the RTOs listed.
For any other queries for ear health training please contact the Ear Health Team at the National Secretariat of NACCHO on 02 6246 9300.