Certificate III in Pathology Collection


​  HLT37215 Certificate III in Pathology Collection (Phlebotomy Course)
  RTO National Provider Number: 50379

In partnership with the North Metropolitan Health Service RTO, PathWest offers the Certificate III in Pathology Collection Course which provides participants with the knowledge, skills and nationally recognised qualification to work as a Specimen Collector or Phlebotomist. PathWest runs 3-4 courses a year at a cost of $3250.00.
 
On successful completion of the 6 week Certificate III in Pathology Collection course, taught between Royal Perth Hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital, students receive a nationally recognised and accredited qualification.
 

Course dates 2017                                                                          Application Closing Dates
 
27th February 2017 – 7th April 2017                                                6th January 2017 at 4pm
 
18th April 2017 – 26th May 2017                                                      24th February 2017 at 4pm
 
7th August 2017 – 15th September 2017                                        16th June 2017 at 4pm
 
23rd October 2017 – 1st December 2017                                        1st September 2017 at 4pm
 

If you would like to enrol in the Certificate III in Pathology Collection course please send a current resume and a statement addressing the following selection criteria to the FSH Network Specimen Collection Coordinator:
 
FSH Network Specimen Collection Coordinator
PathWest Laboratory Medicine WA
Fiona Stanley Hospital
Locked Bag 100
Palmyra DC, Western Australia 6961
 
The following selection criteria must be addressed in your application in order to meet the eligibility requirements for enrolment into the course.
  • Evidence of High School or Secondary Education Certificate (Equivalent to Australian Year 10 education)
  • Well developed communication, interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Demonstrated ability to use initiative and work without direct supervision
  • Willingness to collect blood samples from all patients, irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, cultural background and infection status
  • Ability to follow strict infection control procedures and standard precautions
You must write approximately one paragraph on each of the selection criteria listed above.
 
Successful applicants will be asked to provide the following before commencement:
  • A Criminal Screening/Police Clearance Check
  • A working with children (WWC) Check
  • Comply with immunity requirements (All information will provided once accepted in to the Course)
  • Complete a Senior First Aid Course (This will be organised by your course coordinator once you are accepted into the course)

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Page last updated: 7 Aug 2017