Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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This stream will provide you with a deeper understanding of the relationship between the key elements of nutrition science with the improvement of...
This one year course provides students with the opportunity to pursue further studies in Sports Injuries and Physical Therapy. The majority of...
The aim of mental health nursing is to facilitate the maximum development of the mental health of the individual who has mental health problems,...
Assists the physician in diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) and peripheral vascular (blood vessel) ailments.
An experienced member of a health care team who has acquired specialist skill in the area of breastfeeding and lactation.
Treats and works with people who have speech impediments or language learning difficulties.
Plans, organises, promotes, provide and develops leisure and recreational facilities, such as swimming pools and music venues.
Community Resource workers provide a range of services to people with visual impairments supporting their practical and emotional skills.
Liaises with all on-course service providers, ground staff, and race day staff to ensure the smooth running of a race day.
An Au Pair works in a private home, assisting parents (or a lone parent, guardian or carer) in the daily care of the children and the house.
Hair and Scalp specialists are known as Trichologists. They diagnose disorders and diseases of the hair and scalp. They examine a client's hair and scalp and decide on an appropriate course of action.