Basic Health Careprimary health care
Certificate III for basic supply (Release 1)>(Release 1)
These qualifications apply to employees providing basic health care to customers. These qualifications have been designed to cover specified needs for ambulatory and paramedical assistance to the Australian Defence Force (ADF). These qualifications are suitable for Australian apprenticeship training paths. In order to obtain this certificate, it is necessary to select electoral competence modules that meet the following criteria for outpatient work.
In order to obtain this certificate, 15 competence modules are necessary, including: There is a broad variety of choices available, including: Four optional devices have been singled out by the ambulatory care community to be chosen for this skill in order to satisfy the ambulatory care needs. If compulsory optional subjects of group A are reached, this is to be clearly stated on the Transkript (certification) as:
"The elective courses may be chosen for military health assistance from: elective courses which have been specifically designated by the Australian Defense Force (ADF) for military health assistance and which are available only to ADF staff. If elective subjects are obtained that are specifically for doctor's assistance in the armed services, this must be clearly stated on the transliteration (certification):
"All health care professionals need basic skills to document their work with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander customers and staff, as well as customers and staff with cultural and linguistic differences. For the evaluation of this competence issue, see specifically the evaluation guidance for the health training package.
If the work includes a particular emphasis on Aboriginal Islanders and/or Torres Strait Islander and/or cultural different customers or groups, one or both of the following optional subjects are recommended: Besides the above -mentioned compulsory subjects, further competence modules have to be chosen according to the packing regulations.