Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115

Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115

Quick Course Guide

Course Code:

BSB31115

Course Length:

24 weeks (2 terms)

Study Mode:

On-campus (1 day per week)

Locations:

Melbourne CBD

Start Dates:

February, May and September

Our nationally accredited Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115 provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to work in administration in a general or specialist medical practice or hospital. Our course helps you develop comprehension of current industry practices, as well as the terminology and technology used in the medical sector. It also teaches you about Australia’s Medicare system and includes training on the widely used PracSoft medical computer software program.  During the course you will also obtain your First Aid Certificate.

 

Entry Criteria / Pre-requisites

  • Basic ability to use a computer including word processing, emailing and internet searching

  • Complete a language, literacy and numeracy assessment during the enrolment and orientation session to determine learning support needs

  • Basic ability to use a computer including word processing, emailing and internet searching

  • Complete a language, literacy and numeracy assessment during the enrolment and orientation session to determine learning support needs

  • For information on how to apply in Victoria, click here.
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Campuses

HSA’s Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115 is available at our Melbourne CBD campus.

Study Load

The study load for the Certificate III Business Administration (Medical) BSB3115 is 15.75 hours per week. This is broken down as follows:
• 6 hours per week of on-campus classes (1 day per week)
• Approximately 10 hours per week of self-study, assessment preparation, general research and reading; this is in addition to the on-campus classes.

Course Duration & Start Dates

24 weeks or 2 terms (and includes on-campus attendance 1 day (6 hours) per week)

24 weeks or 2 terms (and includes on-campus attendance 1 day (6 hours) per week)

2017

- Term 1 - February 2017

- Term 2 - May 2017

- Term 3 - September 2017

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Modules & Course Structure

The Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115 consists of 13 units and incorporates theory based classroom learning with office simulations.

The Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) BSB31115 consists of 13 units and incorporates theory based classroom learning with office simulations.

BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
BSBMED301 Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately 
BSBMED303 Maintain patient records
BSBMED305 Apply the principles of confidentiality, privacy & security withing the medical environment
BSBMED302 Prepare and process medical accounts
BSBADM302 Produce texts from notes 
BSBITU303 Design and produce text documents
BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents
BSBITU307 Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
BSBITU304 Produce spreadsheets
BSBADM307 Organise schedules 
BSBMED304 Assist in controlling stocks and supplies 
BSBCUE203 Conduct customer engagement 
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Career Outcomes

  • Administration Assistant
  • Clerical Worker
  • Data Entry Operator
  • Information Desk Clerk
  • Office Junior
  • Receptionist

Fees & Funding

Course fees can vary by state and are based on a number of different factors. Please refer to our Funding & Fees pages for more information, or call us on 1300 306 886 to discuss the most appropriate funding or payment option for you.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer (CT)

RPL and CT is a process to acknowledge your previous achievements of competencies or learning outcomes that may count towards your qualification.

RPL and CT is a process to acknowledge your previous achievements of competencies or learning outcomes that may count towards your qualification.

RPL provides credit for relevant skills, knowledge and experience gained through working and learning, as well as formal and informal training.

CT is a process that provides credit for a unit of competency previously achieved.

Applications for RPL should be received by the Course Coordinator prior to course commencement, and no later than the first week of the commencement of your course.

If you intend on applying for RPL:

  1. Carefully read the information contained within the Student Handbook.
  2. Complete all sections of the RPL Application Form.
  3. Collate copies of all required documents to use as evidence of your prior learning/experience and attach them with your application.
  4. VIC Students - Submit these via email to hsa.rpl.vic@navitas.com 
  5. QLD Students - Submit these via email to hsa.rpl.qld@navitas.com 
  6. There is a fee for each successful unit of competency RPL assessment

If you intend on applying for CT:

  1. Carefully read the information contained within the Student Handbook.
  2. Complete the Application for Credit Form and submit with certified copies of your transcript or statement of attainment to Student Administration.
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To ensure you leave us with the most up to date qualification: if during or after your enrolment, the course in which you are enrolled is updated in line with national industry standards, Health Skills Australia reserves the right to transition you into the updated course. If this becomes necessary, Health Skills Australia will advise you of the change and the arrangements which will be available for you to complete the updated course.