A Pathology Collector plays a vital role in healthcare, so if you’re seeking an exciting, hands-on, results-driven career in the medical industry, becoming a student of Pathology may be an excellent move for you.
What does the role of a Pathology Collector involve?
A Pathology Collector is also known as a phlebotomist, and they collect samples for testing, such as blood, urine, or saliva. You will work in a hospital or collection centre as a pathology collector. You may need to travel to the homes of those who are housebound.
Often, the typical pathology student is returning to work after a career break and is seeking a career change. Adept Training teaches current health or medical students who have decided to focus their efforts on this aspect of healthcare.
Your pathology career options
In Australia, over 70% of all medical diagnoses involve an element of pathology testing. This makes pathology employees very sought after in this country. This healthcare area is greatly expanding, so comprehensive training is essential to keep up to date with this fast-changing industry.
What will you learn?
Our current training courses teach topics such as:
- Blood and non-blood specimen collection
- How to correctly interpret and apply medical terminology
- Infection control
- Perform ECGs
- Receive, prepare, and dispatch pathology specimens.
Adept Training will teach you the necessary skills to work successfully in a pathology collection centre, medical centre, or hospital. Your course will include face-to-face learning with experienced trainers in our dedicated clinical classrooms with practice and experience in live collections before you join the workforce.
Ready to kick-start your career as a Pathology Collector?
Our HLT37215 Certificate III in Pathology Collection course runs for 28 sessions. This qualification is the starting point to kick-start your career in the exciting world of pathology.
Smart and Skilled Funding is available for eligible students. (Under Smart and Skilled the NSW government will pay all or part of the student fee for eligible courses and the student pays the balance, providing subsidisation of the full cost of the qualification.)
For more information about how to enrol, your potential course fees, and the entry requirements, contact our Student Liaison Officer today at 1300 366 044.