Certificate III in Pathology Collection

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Certificate III in Pathology Collection course at Menzies Institute provides accredited training in areas that include pathology collection techniques, phlebotomy, infection control, ECG, first aid, customer service, work organisation and medical terminology.

Pathology Collection is a wonderful career with many options for advancement and qualified Pathology Collectors are highly sought after in both public and private pathology collection environments.

The training provided at Menzies Institute is a mixture of classroom sessions and interactive practical sessions to provide you with as much skills and knowledge required in the current industry.

Work Experience and Practical Placement is compulsory for all students to successfully complete the qualification.

All of the training and practical demonstrations are held on campus at the pathology collection facilities at the Menzies Institute of Technology.

Practical and Hands-On Learning
Menzies Institute provides excellent practical training facilities for all students to practice their skills and to learn with Hands-On experience. Practical and Hands-On Learning is an important component of course syllabus at Menzies Institute and students will be given plenty of opportunities to practice and to perfect their skills before going to Work Experience and Practical Placement.

Students will also have opportunity to study in the areas of Aged Care (Certificate IV in Ageing Support) or Enrolled Nursing (Diploma of Nursing – Enrolled Nursing) after completion of the pathology course to upskill and embark on new careers.

Make an appointment with us today for an extensive campus tour of the excellent practical training facilities and also to see the classes in action and feel the learning environment.

COURSE DETAIL

National Code Study Duration Career Opportunity Entrance Requirement
HLT37215 640 hours
(27 weeks including holidays/term break and 35 hours of compulsory practical work placement)

Face to Face Class Days:
2 days per week compulsory attendance

Self study expectation:
4 to 8 hours per week
Pathology Collector

Specimen Collector

Phlebotomist

Blood Collector
- Completion of Year 11

– Satisfactory proficiency in Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN)

Click here to view Course Structure and Units.

Click here to view Course Brochure.


STUDY OPTIONS


ON-CAMPUS & FACE-TO-FACE

Active (Hands-on) and Continuous (Full time) learning together will enhance your understanding to a greater extent than when you study online and irregularly in small amounts.

 

  • Get into the workforce FASTER and start earning FASTER.

 

  • In a constant learning frame of mind so less likely to forget information.

 

  • Easier to lose focus on one task when studying part time as you are undertaking multiple activities at the same time.

 

  • Physically engaged and alert of the materials that you are learning.

 

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)

If you have substantial experience in this industry but do not have the time to go through a formal training program and would like to get a Nationally Recognised Certificate, please contact us on
1300 244 002 or info@menzies.vic.edu.au to see what RPL options are available for you.

The duration and the costs of an RPL procedure will depend on your level of expertise and the amount of gap training required.


COURSE FEES


Indicative Fees for Government Subsidised Training

The tuition fees below are only for students who meet the eligibility criteria for Government Funding. Click here to check whether you would be eligible for Government Funding.

SS & Amenities Fee Materials Fee Indicative Tuition Fee Total

Payment Plan

Min Deposit Remaining payment
WC $75 $750 $300 $1125 $525 $150
(4 payments)
WO $75 $750 $1,500 $2,325 $925 $350
(4 payments)
The student tuition fee is indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstance at enrolment
WC: With Concession Entitlement(Health care card, Pension card, Disability card holders)

WO: Without Concession

Click here to download the complete Course Fee List

Domestic Full Fee
The tuition fees below are for students who do not meet the eligibility criteria for Government Funding.

Payment Plan Option Enrolment Fee Material Fee Tuition Fee Total Payment Plan Amount
1. Semester Payment $150 $750 $5,600 $6,500 1st: $6,500
2. Quarterly Payment $150 $750 $6,000 $6,900 1st: $3,900
2nd: $3,000
3. Monthly Payment $150 $750 $6,400 $7,300 1st: $2,100
4 Payments: $1,300
NOTE: Discounts apply for full payments upfront.
Option 1 is a payment schedule with installments every 6 months for the duration of course
Option 2 is a payment schedule with installments every 3 months for the duration of course
Option 3 is a payment schedule with installments every 1 month for the duration of course

Click here to download the complete Course Fee List

INTAKE DATES



To be announced.

HOW TO APPLY


– Simply complete the Online Application steps following the link and attach all relevant documentation as prompted.
http://www.menzies.vic.edu.au/apply-now/online-application-form-domestic/

INTERNATIONAL

Certificate III in Pathology Collection course at Menzies Institute provides accredited training in areas that include pathology collection techniques, phlebotomy, infection control, ECG, first aid, customer service, work organisation and medical terminology.

Pathology Collection is a wonderful career with many options for advancement and qualified Pathology Collectors are highly sought after in both public and private pathology collection environments.

The training provided at Menzies Institute is a mixture of classroom sessions and interactive practical sessions to provide you with as much skills and knowledge required in the current industry.

Work Experience and Practical Placement is compulsory for all students to successfully complete the qualification.

All of the training and practical demonstrations are held on campus at the pathology collection facilities at the Menzies Institute of Technology.

Practical and Hands-On Learning
Menzies Institute provides excellent practical training facilities for all students to practice their skills and to learn with Hands-On experience. Practical and Hands-On Learning is an important component of course syllabus at Menzies Institute and students will be given plenty of opportunities to practice and to perfect their skills before going to Work Experience and Practical Placement.

Students will also have opportunity to study in the areas of Aged Care (Certificate IV in Ageing Support) or Enrolled Nursing (Diploma of Nursing – Enrolled Nursing) after completion of the pathology course to upskill and embark on new careers.

Make an appointment with us today for an extensive campus tour of the excellent practical training facilities and also to see the classes in action and feel the learning environment.

COURSE DETAIL

National Code CRICOS Code Study Duration Career Opportunity
HLT35115 091219C 640 hours
(27 weeks including holidays/term break and 35 hours of compulsory practical work placement)

Face to Face Class Days:
2 days per week compulsory attendance

Self study expectation:
4 to 8 hours per week
Pathology Collector

Specimen Collector

Phlebotomist

Blood Collector

Click here to view Course Structure and Units.

Click here to view Course Brochure.


COURSE FEES

Enrolment Fee Materials Fee

TUITION FEE – Payment Plan Options

Option 1*:
Semester Payment/Bi-monthly Payment
Option 2^:
Quarterly Payment
$150 $750 $7,000
1st: $7,900
$7,500
1st: $4,700 2nd: $3,700
  • Semester Payment Breakdown:1 sem tuition fee + all material fee + enrolment fee
  • Quarterly Payment Breakdown:1 quarter tuition fee + all material fee + enrolment fee
  • *OPTION 1 Semester Payment: Both Offshore and Onshore International Students can choose this payment plan.
  • ^OPTION 2 Quarterly Payment: Only Onshore (currently in Australia) International Students can choose this payment plan.
  • During the course, if student defaults from Semester Payment Plan or change to Quarterly Payment Plan, the difference tuition fee amount is applied as the penalty.

 

Click here to download the Fee List

 

Entrance Requirements

  • Age of 18 years or over and completed senior high school equivalent to Australian Year 11 level AND
  • IELTS score of 5.5 each band (general or academic) OR
  • TOEIC 605 (L&R), TOEFL 513 (PBT), TOEFL 183 (CBT), TOEFL 65 (IBT)

INTAKE DATES



To be announced.

HOW TO APPLY


– Simply complete the Online Application steps following the link and attach all relevant documentation as prompted.
http://www.menzies.vic.edu.au/apply-now/online-application-form-international/

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