The Centre for Remote Health offers a range of short courses for Remote Health Professionals and those interested in working in Remote Australia. The courses are offered in a number of locations around Australia, with the majority of the courses being delivered in Alice Springs.
These short courses can be undertaken as continuing professional development and many have been accredited for CPD points with professional organisations for Nurses, Health Professionals, and Medical Practitioners.
Many short courses also are mandatory components of Flinders University award courses in Remote Health Practice and the Master of Remote and Indigenous Health. As such, participants join a varied cohort of learners across a range of professions who practise in isolated locations around Australia.
Registration for all courses is essential, irrespective of the cost. More courses and locations are expected to be added during 2014.
For any queries concerning the short courses please contact Short Course Administrative officer
Advanced Medicines Practice for Aboriginal Health Practitioners
Dates and locations to be confirmed. Contact Short Course Administrative officer for information.
Assessment, Care Planning and Case Management
July: Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th, Katherine (Pilot course – FREE)
March: Wednesday 26th, Alice Springs
March: Tuesday 25th, Alice Springs
May: Wednesday 14th, Darwin
July: Wednesday 9th, Alice Springs
August: Tuesday 26th Alice Springs
August: Wednesday 27th, Alice Springs
October: Tuesday 7th, Darwin
Framing Indigenous Health
March: Monday 10th - Friday 14th, Alice Springs
February: Monday 24th – Friday 28th, Alice Springs
March/April: Monday 31st March –Friday 4th April, Darwin
June: Monday 23rd – Friday 27th, Alice Springs
July/August: Monday 28th July- Friday 1 August, Alice Springs
August: Monday 11th - Friday 15th, Alice Springs
September: Monday 8th – Friday 12th, Darwin
Introduction to Living in the Central Australian Context 2014
A one day workshop designed specifically for people living and working in Central Australia.
Relevant to everyone – not just health professionals.
Monday 14th April, Alice Springs
Monday 19th May, Alice Springs
Tuesday 10th June, Alice Springs
Monday 28th July, Alice Springs
Monday 25th August, Alice Springs
Monday 29th September, Alice Springs
Monday 13th October, Alice Springs
Monday 17th November, Alice Springs
Monday 1st December, Alice Springs
Pharmacotherapeutics for RANS
March/April: Monday 31st – Tuesday 1st , Alice Springs
February: Thursday 13th – Friday 14th, Alice Springs
May: Thursday 15th – Friday 16th , Darwin
May: Monday 19th – Tuesday 20th, Darwin
June: Tuesday 17th - Wednesday 18th, Umuwa
July: Thursday 10th - Friday 11th , Alice Springs
July: Thursday 17th – Friday 18th , Alice Springs
July: Tuesday 22nd - Wednesday 23rd, Darwin
August: Thursday 14th – Friday 15th, Alice Springs
October: Wednesday 8th -Thursday 9th, Darwin
November: Thursday 6th - Friday 7th, Broome
Primary Health Care
November: Tuesday 4th - Wednesday 5th, Broome
Recognising & Responding to Dementia in Indigenous Communities
April: Wednesday 2nd -Thursday 3rd, Alice Springs
Rethinking Mental Health in Rural and Remote Australia
October: Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st, Alice Springs
Transition to Remote Area Nursing - This does not include REC
June: Monday 23rd - July: Friday 11th, Alice Springs
Working with People with Disabilities in Remote & Indigenous Communities
August: Wednesday 13th - Thursday 14th, Tennant Creek
Commonwealth Funded Courses - Available only to NT Participants OATISH Funded
Responding to Child Abuse & Neglect: What Primary Health Care Practitioners Need to Know (no course fee for eligible participants)
February: Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th, Alice Springs
March: Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th, Tennant Creek
August: Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th, Katherine
August: Tuesday 26th & Wednesday 27th, Maningrida
September: Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th, Darwin
November : Thursday 13th & Friday 14th, Alice Springs
*Available only to Community and Primary Health Care Workers in the Northern Territory*
- Participants are required to register with the short courses administrative officer
- The registration form is found on the flyer for each short course.
- Bookings and payment must be made 4 weeks prior to the course.
- Registrations can be cancelled up to 2 weeks prior to the course start date. If written notification of cancellation is received by CRH within this timeframe, registrants will be refunded in full less an $80 cancellation fee to cover the transaction costs associated with the cancellation.
- No refunds will be processed when cancellation occurs within a two week timeframe prior to course start date.
- A course requires a minimum number of participants. Participants will be notified of cancellation 4 weeks prior to the start date and registrations will be fully refunded.
- We advise students to keep in mind the possibility of unforeseen events and avoid making any bookings that cannot be re-scheduled and/or refunded.
Alice Springs Subsidised Accommodation: