Health & Nursing
From allied health and administration, to dental assistance and nursing, we have a range of courses to help you launch your career as a health professional.
Make a positive impact with a career in the health industry
Gain a recognised qualification in the health industry and kickstart your career. Whether it’s mental health, pathology, or nursing, you’ll learn specialised skills to help you succeed in the workplace, and open up career opportunities in a booming industry. You’ll practice your skills in our state-of-the-art simulation facilities, and get the chance to experience real-life patient scenarios on placement alongside professional practitioners.
Get a recognised qualification with one of our accredited courses. We offer a range of courses in different areas, so no matter what your goals are, we have a course for you.
Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (HLT33015)
Become a qualified Health Assistant with a Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance from GOTAFE. Learn more today.
Certificate III in Dental Assisting (HLT35015)
The Certificate III in Dental Assisting from GOTAFE is the recognised qualification to become a qualified Dental Assistant.
Certificate III in Health Administration (HLT37315)
Become a qualified Health Administrative Worker with the Certificate III in Health Administration from GOTAFE.
Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (HLT33115)
The Certificate III in Health Services Assistance is the recognised qualification to become a Hospital Orderly.
Certificate III in Health Support Services (HLT33215)
The Certificate III in Health Support Services is the recognised qualification to become a qualified Health Support Worker. Learn more about this course from GOTAFE today.
Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015)
Study the Certificate III in Individual Support at GOTAFE and make a difference in someone's life.
Certificate III in Pathology Assistance (HLT37415)
The Certificate III in Pathology Assistance is the recognised qualification to become a Laboratory Assistant.
Certificate III in Pathology Collection (HLT37215)
The Certificate III in Pathology Collection from GOTAFE is the recognised qualification to become a Pathology Collector.
Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (HLT43015)
The Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance from GOTAFE is the recognised qualification to become a qualified Allied Health Assistant.
"The Trainers are amazing. They are all very knowledgeable nurses and have a lot of experience that they share in class. It is more exciting as we learn what it is like out there in the workplace."
Why study with GOTAFE?
State of the art facilities
Our Trainers are all industry-qualified, with extensive experience in health and nursing, and the practices and processes you'll use day-to-day in the workplace.
Our training facilities are state-of-the-art. We're proud to be the only education provider in Australia with a SynDaver—a synthetic human anatomy model that mimics the physical properties of human tissue. We also have a Sectra Table, which allows you to interact with an image and perform a virtual dissection, perfect for those visual learners.
For our nursing students, classes take place in the Nursing Labs, which replicate real-life hospital ward settings and give you a chance to familiarise yourself with the day-to-day environment that nurses work in, so you're ready to hit the ground running when you graduate.
A world of opportunity
Whether you choose to stay local, or take your career elsewhere, you'll have the skills to take you where you want to go. Your training will provide the skills and knowledge employers are looking for, and you'll graduate with both a nationally-recognised qualification, and the practical experience to match.
There is currently a huge demand for nurses in Australia. Health care is Australia's fifth largest industry, and nursing positions account for around 30% of healthcare job advertisements. There's no better time to start a career in this high-demand industry.
Study with us, and start your career off on the right foot.