We are absolutely delighted to share with you that we have had a number of registrations for several of our popular health practitioner programs.
Our courses have been designed to support and empower new students with the skills and experience needed for success in the sector. The ability to provide students with the opportunity to learn and thrive in the medical community is what we strive for.
Students who enrol for the HLT40213 Certificate IV Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice are required to participate in work placements to gain competency. Students are placed in agencies throughout Western Australia, where they are supervised and provided with the on the job training they require to gain employment as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practitioners.
The Marr Mooditj Training Work Placement Administrators work closely with agencies to arrange placements for students near their homes wherever possible; maintaining contact with students throughout the placement to provide support and encouragement during each placement.
The terminology used in HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing, and across the health sector, can create challenges in becoming comfortable with using and remembering the words and ideas about how the body works, and the consequences of different behaviours on the body systems.
The Nursing team at Marr Mooditj brings some fun and creativity into the classroom to help students learn about body systems, and when students enjoy what they are learning it sticks. We get very creative with our learning styles and create stories about the body system, so our student can recall information more easily and have fun while learning.
Marr Mooditj Training (MMT) works in partnership with a number of community based organisations who support the placements of students within our Mental Health care related courses. One of our key partners who supports our students on placement is St John of God Hospital (SJOG) in particular their service Drug Alcohol Withdrawal Network (DAWN).
Marr Mooditj has been supported by DAWN for a number of years in giving students the opportunity to showcase and apply the knowledge and skills that they have gained within the classroom. As the Work Placement Administrator within the Mental Health programs, I have had the opportunity to meet with Rosalie Kickett, Aboriginal Health and Cultural Worker, SJOG, who was observing our student Cassie Docherty on work placement.
At Marr Mooditj we want our students to be work ready when they finish their training, and we are constantly thinking of innovative ways to make sure that this happens. On the 15th of February we did just this by inviting ‘clients’ to attend our Primary Health Clinic, an important part of the training in clinical skills and working with real clients for our students.
Marr Mooditj Training is honoured to be selected as a finalist in the WA Training Awards 2016, in category Small Training Provider of the year. As a previous winner of this award in 2003, 2006 and 2014 we are excited to be selected again. This year Marr Mooditj is proud of our achievements in innovative and supportive education and training services, which include: Continue reading