Speech Pathology Courses

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This nationally recognised HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance and HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance dual qualification from Foundation Education will give you all the required skills and knowledge to confidently assist and support health care professionals across a variety of health care fields. View course information
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About Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology courses enable students to work in an industry that helps people overcome communication problems – from speech issues through to difficulties with writing, reading, signs, symbols and gestures, and even people who have problems swallowing food and drink.

Potential subjects in Speech Pathology courses are linguistics, psychology, anatomy, physiology, investigating speech disorders, swallowing disorders, the voice, hearing, communication, physiology and language development.

Overall, Speech Pathology courses will provide students with an understanding of diagnosing and treating the communication disorders of people of all ages.

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