The Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) has partnered with the Digital Health CRC (DHCRC) and RMIT Online to deliver a suite of industry-relevant micro-credentials designed to revolutionise the digital capability of healthcare professionals across Northern Australia.
The suite of three, 6-week Future Skills short courses will provide in-depth insights on how to deliver high-quality patient care with technology and ways to plan and integrate technology into various healthcare settings and teams. The three courses on offer are:
Two of the short courses (Digital Health Strategy and Change and Healthcare Design) provide a foundation for the RMIT Online Graduate Certificate in Digital Health, for those who wish to continue to study towards this qualification. The CRCNA is co-sponsoring places with applications open to all healthcare professionals working in Northern Australia including doctors, nurses, allied health staff, health administrators, mental healthcare and community healthcare workers.
This is a great professional development opportunity for individuals or teams. Applications are now open with courses due to start on the 25th of October 2021. CRCNA will contribute 50% towards enrolment costs of successful applicants, with the remainder to be paid by you or your organisation.
Please express your interest via the form below by 18th October 2021. Successful applicants must accept their offer by 20th October 2021.
- Digital Health Strategy & Change (RRP $1,600 (incl GST); Organisation / individual pays $800, CRCNA pays $800)
- Technology Enabled Care RRP $990 (incl GST); Organisation / individual pays $445, CRCNA pays $445)
- Healthcare Design (RRP $1,600 (incl GST); Organisation / individual pays $800, CRCNA pays $800)
How to apply
For Expressions of Interest, please fill out the form here
For any questions you may have please contact firstname.lastname@example.org