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Pathology

Pathology Courses

Pathology collection is a fascinating and rewarding area of work.

This course provides the minimum qualification required for employment in pathology, pathology collection and other pathology related enterprises.

Learn about:

  • blood collection techniques
  • medical terminology
  • First Aid
  • OH and S.

Graduates may gain employment in:

  • pathology
  • pathology collection
  • other pathology related enterprises.

You may work as a pathology collector in the private and public health sector, including medical centres and hospitals.

Skills Recognition is available on all units of competency. Please contact the department for the latest course information.

Courses
Certificate III in Pathology
Gain a great start in the rewarding health industry in just 14 weeks - The 14-week Certificate III in Pathology will provide you with an entry level qualification to establish your career in Pathology collection.
Certificate III in Pathology
Gain a great start in the rewarding health industry in just 14 weeks - The 14-week Certificate III in Pathology will provide you with an entry level qualification to establish your career in Pathology collection.
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Certificate IV in Pathology
Advance your pathology or medical support services career - build on your successfully completed Certificate III in Pathology and take the next step with the NMIT Certificate IV in Pathology. This nationally accredited course deepens your skills and knowledge to increase your opportunities within the industry.
Certificate IV in Pathology
Advance your pathology or medical support services career - build on your successfully completed Certificate III in Pathology and take the next step with the Melbourne Polytechnic Certificate IV in Pathology. This nationally accredited course deepens your skills and knowledge to increase your opportunities within the industry.
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