Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement
Find out more about our accredited course.
The Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement (10164NAT) is a four-day course for health service staff who work in the area of consumer engagement.
The course will provide staff with the skills and knowledge to work collaboratively and strategically in consumer engagement services alongside consumers, health services, government bodies and other health-related organisations.
When will the next course be offered?
The next course will be offered in 2018.
Please email Tere Dawson with an EOI to stay updated.
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What is the cost?
$2860.00 per student (incl GST)
Where will this course be held?
Level 1, 255 Bourke St, Melbourne.
What have people said about the course?
"Highly recommend this training to any staff involved in implementing national Standard 2: Partnering with Consumers." (Participant, NSW, September 2016)
'The presentations really put the theory into practice and gave ways to see how others in our health system work with consumers." (Participant, Melbourne May/June 2016)
"The content relates directly to the work of my role. I have an understanding to start with but have lacked the confidence in implementing. It has reassured me that I have been moving in the right direction. Thank you." (VIC participant, May/June 2016)
For more information
Please contact Tere Dawson on 8676 9057 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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