Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Build a rewarding career assisting allied health professionals to improve the wellbeing of others.
Allied health covers a diverse range of fields from audiology and occupational therapy to counselling and physiotherapy. As a qualified allied health assistant, you will have the skills and opportunity to aid other medical professionals in these vital and rewarding areas.
Health care and social assistance remain both the largest and fastest-growing industry in the country with over 1.5 million people currently employed (data from Job Outlook). This means completing an allied health assistant qualification can propel you onto a stable and secure career pathway.
Working alongside allied health professionals, you will provide valuable support for patients every day, helping to diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of illnesses and conditions. No two days are the same for those working in this field, as you’ll need to adapt to each patient’s unique needs – and you’ll also enjoy the fulfilling feeling that comes with helping people maintain or improve their wellbeing.
The HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance is a nationally recognised 12-month qualification that will prepare you for a successful career in allied health, ensuring you have the necessary practical skills and theoretical knowledge to thrive in the health and community sector. This allied health qualification is ideal for all-rounders and students who don’t wish to specialise in one area such as nutrition/dietetics and occupational therapy.
The theoretical components of our allied health assistant courses are delivered online, so you can study from anywhere, anytime. The program also includes 120 hours of practical work placement with a qualified allied health professional, providing you with the hands-on experience to graduate with a strong understanding and enter your first real-world role with confidence.
Not ready for the HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance? You may want to study another allied health assistant qualification first, such as the HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance.
This is a Nationally Recognised course.
Whilst there are no formal entry requirements mandated by the training package, students’ skills and capabilities to undertake this training product will be assessed and advice on suitability will be provided during the pre-enrolment process.
You will need to be at least 16 years old. If you are under 18 your enrolment form will need to be signed by a parent or guardian.
You will need to be a permanent Australian resident or equivalent.
In order to complete the online part of the course you will need regular access to the following:
- Computer: Laptop or desktop computer with working speakers or headphone points
- Internet: High-speed internet such as Broadband or ADSL, T1/T2, fibre optic (Dial-up access is not recommended)
- Windows: Operating system – Windows 8 or above
- Internet Browser: Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
- MAC: Operating system - OS X 10.14 Mojave or later
- Software: Flash, Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word (or Open Office which is free to download).
Where required, we will assist you in organising a work placement location of your choosing.
Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Online, combined with 120 hours of practical work placement available
Up to 12 months
Submit 1 unit of competency every 1.5 weeks to graduate in 12 months, plus 120 hours of practical placement
Contact us on 1300 616 197 for course costs
Cost & Payment Options
Your course fee includes the delivery and assessment of your qualification, your study materials (including all resources) and on-going support from our Education Team.
Upfront payment All course costs can be paid in total via VISA/MasterCard or bank deposit.
Instalment plan Paid via a series of regular weekly or fortnightly instalments.
Course fees include course delivery and assessment, study materials and dedicated student support services. Please note this course does not qualify for assisted government funding.
Course Structure & Prerequisites
There are no formal entry requirements; however, it is recommended that individuals have some industry knowledge, experience and/or qualifications (ie. a Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance) to assist with its completion. These may have been obtained through formal and informal training, work experience or life experience.
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Recognition of Prior Learning
Given that some students may already be able to demonstrate their competence in some units, recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment process may be available to students to recognise skills and knowledge that may have been gained through formal and informal training and/or learning, work experience and life experience.
Why choose us?
Flexible Online Study
All of our courses are delivered online, giving you the flexibility to choose your course length.
Dedicated Student Support
Our industry experienced Technical Advisors, Assessors and Support Officers will support you from enrolment through to graduation.
Course material is developed in consultation with industry experts to equip you with job-ready skills.
Nationally Recognised Training
All of our courses are Nationally Recognised and accredited.