Certificate IV in Health Administration and Diploma of Practice Management
Certificate IV qualifications runs for 11 months with Diploma of Practice Management run over 14 months. For more information or to enrol please contact Christine on 1300 473 472 or email email@example.com
These changed qualifications are a result of industry review and replacement of previous qualifications.
The cost for undertaking these courses are outlined below.
2016 Full Qualifications
Qualification 2016 Tuition Fees Gov. Subsidy VTG Out of Pocket
HLT47315 Certificate IV in Health Administration $4,340 $7.00 per hour $500.00
+ $250 enrolment fee x 620 hrs
+ $250 materials fee =$4340
HLT57715 Diploma in Practice Management $4,374 $4.50 per hour $1000.00
+ $250 enrolment fee x 750 hrs SEHPA Member
+ $250 materials fee =$3375 $1500
Total $4840 Non Member
2016 fees are based on 2015 rates and are subject to change. This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible participants. For more information about studying with SEHPA Training consult the Student Handbook.
Government subsidized funding is available for eligible participants. Your eligibility will be discussed on first contact with SEHPA Training. If you have not been advised please contact the Training Manager to determine if you are eligible.
If you are not eligible for a government subsidy payment plans can be arranged for private fee paying participants.
Concessions & Fee Waivers/Exclusions
Under the 2016 Victorian Training Guarantee Guidelines About Fees, participants undertaking a Certificate IV level qualification or lower and who hold a current and valid:
• Health care card issued by the Commonwealth;
• Pensioner Concession Card or Veteran’s Gold Card or
• An alternative card or concession eligibility criterion
May be eligible for a concession which equates to paying only 20% of the tuition fee as outlined in the 2016 Fees column in the table above. This also applies to dependent spouse and dependent children of the concession card holder.
In addition, under the Indigenous Completions Initiative, for enrolments in a qualification at any level the RTO must charge the concession fee (20% of tuition fee) to individuals who self-identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent by indicating this on their enrolment form. This must be reported through the RTOs student statistical reporting software – VETtrak.
Detailed information about our fees and government subsidies and our refunds policy and concession eligibility are provided in our Statement of Fees in the 2016 Student Handbook.