patient transport officer australia ambulance transporting patients
patient transport officer australia ambulance transporting patients
patient transport officer australia ambulance transporting patients

Course Overview

HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport

Course Structure

In your role as a transport officer, you will be work alongside a variety of health and government agencies. Therefore, being skilled at how to communicate and work effectively within the inter-agency environment is absolutely essential.

You also have a responsibility to work within a legal and ethical framework; as well as having the confidence to communicate in complex situations to support positive health care outcomes.

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Course Design

The following units of competency make up the entire HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-emergency Patient Transport qualification, which is Nationally Recognised.

This means, no matter where you live in Australia, employers recognise you possess the competence and skill to carry out the tasks of a Patient Transport Officer.

Number of units to complete: 13

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BSBMED301  Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
HLTINF001  Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures
HLTAAP001  Recognise healthy body systems
HLTAMB001  Follow procedures for routine safe removal of patient
CHCCOM005  Communicate and work in health or community services
HLTAMB014  Transport Non-Emergency Patients under Operational Conditions
HLTAID003  Provide First Aid
HLTWHS002  Follow Safe Work Practices for Direct Client Care
HLTAMB011  Manage a routine non-emergency scene
HLTAID006  Provide Advanced First Aid
HLTAID007  Provide Advanced Resuscitation
Clinical Workshop 3 Days
CHCLEG001 Work legally and Ethically
CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people

 

Training Outcomes

The HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport qualification will teach you:

  • How to safely transport non-emergency patients to and from medical facilities
  • How to work within a professional organisation and respond effectively to instructions
  • How to interpret medical information correctly
  • How to respond to demands from a range of people across many cultural backgrounds
  • How to develop trust and confidence with your patient
  • How to deal with the public openly and fairly
  • How to communicate in a compassionate yet firm manner
  • How to gain the trust and confidence of work colleagues
  • Handling conflict in the workplace in a safe and equitable manner
  • Understanding the importance of workplace health and safety

This is the perfect entry-level qualification to get you started in a rewarding health care career; opening up many opportunities for employment within your local community.

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Click here to apply to study the Certificate III
  1. Self-book a phone interview with our selection team.
  2. Application to study and interview records reviewed by selection panel.
  3. If successful, a formal offer will be made to study at the College
  4. Student acceptance
  5. Confirmation of enrolment

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