Are you passionate about the health and wellbeing of your community?
Interested in public health topics spanning lifestyle, wellbeing and nutrition?
Population health work aims to improve the health of communities or groups of people. You will learn about the history and underpinning principles of population health work, factors that contribute to health outcomes, national health priorities, research and data collection, consulting with the community, designing population health projects to build community capacity and advocating for improved health outcomes.
At CIT you'll also receive practical training in helping people to quit smoking or improve their diet, under the supervision of public health professionals.
Our training is delivered to fit flexibly with your life, through a combination of online learning and evening workshops. Those working in a public health focused role may opt to complete the course fully online. Study part-time and at your own pace, or fast-track your qualification.
|Certificate IV||Population Health
AA - these courses are available as apprenticeships, traineeships or Australian School-based Apprenticeships (ASbAs). See above for availability, or contact CIT Student Services on (02) 6207 3188 or email@example.com.
Delivery - FT = Full-time, PT = Part-time, ON = Online, FL = Flexible.