AMA Training Services

AMA Training Services


 

The AMA (WA) offers a range of training and associated services to doctors and other health professionals, personnel employed in providing support services in the health and community services sector and the community in general.

 

Each year the Association delivers a comprehensive seminar and workshop program for doctors. Most of these sessions occur in the evenings. For information on the current program please click here.

 

For information or to enrol in one of the Youth Friendly Doctor training programs please click here.

 

AMA Training Services is a Registered Training Organisation and delivers a broad range of Certificate and Diploma level business and health training programs as well as short courses such as the popular medical reception course. To view or enrol in a course please visit the dedicated training website at www.amatraining.edu.au

 

In addition to the Certificate courses on mental health and peer work outlined at the AMA Training website, AMA (WA) workplace mental health initiatives are detailed at www.amawap.com.au

 

Certificate course details for those working in or seeking to work in areas such as aged and community care, mental health and disability care are outlined at the training website. If you are seeking to start a career through a traineeship, Health Training Australia offers a number of options in areas such as business, aged care, home care or disability care. As a Group Training Organisation, Health Training Australia works with host employers in the health and community services area in Western Australia. To find out more, please visit www.htawa.com.au

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