Government Courses

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Study the Master of Public Health from Victoria University Online and be part of the solution!  View course information
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Help design a healthier and safer future with the online Master of Public Health from La Trobe University.  View course information
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Dedicate your career to strengthening population health and wellbeing with the Graduate Certificate in Public Health from La Trobe University.  View course information
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Help shape the world around you with the Master of Urban Planning from UTS Online.  View course information
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Gain a practical approach to urban design with UTS Online Master of Urban Design.  View course information
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Gain the foundations to shape urban environments with the Graduate Certificate in Urban Planning and Design from UTS Online.  View course information
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Be prepared for future health challenges with the Graduate Certificate in Public Health from UTS Online.  View course information
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Seeking a career in public health research or practice? Enquire about the Graduate Certificate in Public Health and Communicable Disease from UTS Online.  View course information
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Get the know-how to manage health services in a diverse range of health setting with the Masters in Health Services Management from UTS Online. View course information
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Understand and drive change in healthcare with the Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management from UTS Online. 
 
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Improve the health of people and communities with the Master of Public Health from UTS Online.      View course information
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About Government

The Australian Public Service (APS) is one of Australia’s largest employers, with over 160,000 employees spread across 120 organisations both in Australia and overseas. While many central offices are located in Canberra, 60 per cent of jobs in the APS are found outside the nation’s capital.

That means the public sector in Australia represents a large and attractive pool of employment opportunities – not only for their sheer number, but for the many perks they offer. Government employment provides competitive salaries, generous super entitlements, flexible work practices, excellent leave conditions, long service leave for eligible employees and a diverse workforce, with equal employment opportunities for women, Indigenous Australians and those with disabilities. That’s a whole lot of reasons to want to work for the Australian government.

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