Applications are now open and will close on 15 December 2017 (or once places have filled). Places are limited.
Applications are completed using an online form (link below) and require applicants to attach supporting documents provided in the application checklist. Please allow 4 weeks for applications to be reviewed. During busy periods, this can sometimes take a little longer.
Please complete an Expression of Interest form to be kept up to date with program related information.
To contact us directlly, email TLfirstname.lastname@example.org or call Esra Evyapan, Program Coordinator on +613 8344 2580.
Frequently asked questions
How much time do I need to commit to study?
Time commitment will vary greatly between participants and is largely dependent upon individual study patterns. As a rough guide we can advise there are 16 contact hours per subject, with an indicative overall time commitment of 170 hours per subject.
However, the subject coordinators are committed to ensuring the course fits in amongst your other demands and is designed with the busy work load of clinicians in mind. Course readings are kept to a minimum and aim to be meaningful, pertinent and enjoyable, rather than numerous. Assessment is incorporated as much as possible into the teaching days and relates directly with the work of every day clinical teachers to ensure it synergises as much as possible with the activities you are already doing.
Is there a mid-year intake?
Yes, please see the delivery dates page.
I'm from overseas, can I live and study in Australia while I undertake your Grad Cert?
Our suite of nested award courses are considered part-time study, and are therefore not eligible to receive a CRICOS code. As an international student, you require a CRICOS code to apply for a student visa to reside in Australia while completing your studies. The international participants who enrol in our course attend the intensive delivery mode, meaning they only need to visit Melbourne once per semester to complete the course. All the pre-reading, discussion items, assessments and other resources are delivered online.
What documentation is required to apply?
The course is administered by the School of Melbourne Custom Programs (UoM Commercial Ltd). They use a generic online Postgraduate Application form which asks you to attach a number of supporting documentation. Please note the requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching are:
- A copy of your health practitioner registration certificate from AHPRA OR an academic transcript (whichever is easier for you to source).
- Resume, documenting clinical and teaching experience.
- Proof of citizenship/ permanent residency to ensure the correct course fees are applied to your application.
When will I hear if my application is successful?
We currently work on a rolling enrolment basis. That is, as your application is received, it will be considered and responded to. Please allow 4 weeks for applications to be received, processed, reviewed, and for a Letter of Offer to be sent. During busy periods, this can sometimes take a little longer.
The course will close as soon as places have filled, so we encourage you to apply as soon as you are able.