Health Courses(48 courses)
Get identified as an expert in Dermal Therapy when you study an Associate Degree in Applied Health Science (Dermal Therapy) - one of the highest qualifications available in Australia for the field.View course information
Be recognised as an expert in Clinical Aesthetics when you successfully complete the Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Clinical Aesthetics)!View course information
Begin a rewarding career promoting community health and fitness with this Bachelor of Health and Movement (Health Promotion) degree.View course information
Begin a rewarding career promoting community health and fitness with this Bachelor of Health and Movement (Sports) degree.View course information
This Bachelor of Health Science course from Edith Cowan University lets you tailor your studies to suit your interests and capabilities in the field of health.View course information
This specialised Bachelor of Health Science (Dance) degree will help you gain a deep understanding of how dance and movement impacts health, and is processed by the body.View course information
Study this Bachelor of Health Science (Exercise) course to launch a career in the fitness industry and health fields.View course information
This Bachelor of Health Science (Fitness) provides targeted training for those wishing to enter the fitness industry or improve their professional skill set.View course information
Get your start in the health and community sector with this Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (HLT33015) course that blends online coursework with practical training.View course information
Gain specialist skills in oral health with this online HLT35015 Certificate III in Dental Assisting & HLT45015 Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Oral Health Promotion Specialisation) dual qualification.View course information
Gain specialised knowledge in nutrition and expand your career options in allied health with this online Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and Dietetics Specialisation) (HLT43015) course.View course information
This Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Oral Health Promotion Specialisation) (HLT45015) course provides you with job-ready skills in dental assisting with a specialisation that allows you to provide high-quality services to dental patients.View course information
Provide high-quality services in two key areas of dental service with this Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Radiography and Oral Health Promotion Specialisation) (HLT45015) course.View course information
Build practical leadership skills for a rapidly growing industry with this online Master of Health Administration course.View course information
Tackle some of the world’s most pressing health problems head-on with this online Master of Public Health course behind you.
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Take the first step in a rewarding career responding to public health problems with this Master of Public Health course from Edith Cowan University.View course information
The online Certificate III in Dental Assisting (HLT35015) course provides you with the education and training to build your career as a qualified dental assistant.View course information
A Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science and Rehabilitation) from ECU will take your love for exercise to a clinical and professional level.View course information
Help people living with physical and mental limitations live a more fulfilling life with a Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) from ECU.View course information
Learn to assist people with communication and swallowing disorders by studying a Bachelor of Speech Pathology.View course information
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From allied health to complementary medicine, dental assistance and paramedics, the opportunities are endless. By studying an online course, you can enter any area of your choosing, and choose a course appropriate to your level.
Interested in occupational health, physiotherapy, podiatry or speech pathology? We’ve got the allied health course for you. If you are a keen advocate for community and public health, you could also consider a course in health promotion, international health or public health. With increasing concerns about issues such as obesity and diabetes, public education is key and a role in health promotion or public policy could be incredibly rewarding.
Potential health career outcomes include: Practice Manager, Health Assistant, Allied Health Worker, Ambulance Attendant, Laboratory Assistant, Mental Health Support Worker, Dental Assistant, Registered Nurse, Health Promotion Officer, Administration Supervisor.
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If you love the idea of helping people with their health issues but don’t think becoming a nurse or doctor is for you, then consider a career in allied health.