Indigenous Health Promotion
Indigenous Health Promotion aims to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health at a community level. This means identifying community needs and strengths, developing a plan of action and putting it into practice.
To empower individuals and communities by educating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers via six block-mode intensive workshops. During the year, students will learn to:
- identify community health priorities, needs and strengths;
- work in partnership with communities to develop programs that effectively address these priorities and needs; and
- implement and evaluate the programs using best practice and to ensure accountability and continued improvement.
Once students have completed their studies, they will:
- be able to address any health issue using best practice health promotion tools and processes;
- progress their careers and role model to their families and communities;
- undertake higher university degrees; and
- act to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities and the wider population.
Why study Indigenous Health Promotion with us?
Block-mode delivery allows you to attend one of Australia’s leading universities while working full-time.
This is the only block-mode Indigenous Health Promotion graduate diploma in the country.
Your knowledge, skills and experiences are considered a valuable asset to the course.
You’ll learn from and work with peers from a diverse range of backgrounds and locations – urban, rural, remote and very remote.
The support, teaching, curriculum and facilities are world standard.
You will earn a highly regarded qualification from the University of Sydney .
Study programs available
- Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Health Promotion