After working as a personal care assistant Olatunji Falano wanted to improve his skills, so signed up for a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.
Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Nothing could have been better for me than what was offered in this course, and it sets me up perfectly to continue on with a Bachelor degree.
When I was first looking at universities RMIT was the one that offered exactly what I wanted in a course. There was also a pre-qualification test, and although that was intimidating, it also meant the students applying were serious about the topic and wanted to be there.
The Open Day put me at ease, because everyone was so welcoming, and it has felt the same way the whole time I have been studying.
The Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance is well structured and planned, with practical activities offering insights into real world scenarios. Observation days and work placements in clinics made sure we consolidated what we had learnt.
Nothing could have been better for me than what was offered in this course, and it sets me up perfectly to continue on with a Bachelor degree
The lecturers were excellent, and the nitty-gritty of the course was covered really well by people obviously well versed in their topics.
Next I want to get a job with this qualification, and then get into a higher qualification, such as Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Physiotherapy.