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Congratulations AH&MRC RTO Graduate Celia Griffen!

November 30th, 2020

Categories: Blog

“I am thrilled to attain my Aboriginal Healthcare Worker (AHW) Certificate III qualification. It has definitely been a journey for me, juggling work, education and becoming a mum again for the 6th time to my beautiful daughter.

I love my AHW role at Darrimba Maarra (Durri’s Health Outpost) as I get to work with and for my people to try to achieve the health outcomes they deserve.

I want to thank Premi Sivanesan, Traci Arkinstall and Kristilee Cruse at the AH&MRC, your support to help me finalise all the requirements are very much appreciated. I would also like to especially thank Dea Thiele for your support in helping me achieve my competencies, that has been invaluable. Finally, I would like to thank Durri for this great opportunity.

I’m looking forward to my next journey of attaining the AHW Certificate IV in PHC Practice which I want to commence in 2021.
Bring on 2021!” Celia Griffen – Darrimba Maarra


Find out more about how you can attain a certifciation through AH&MRC’s RTO, contact Premi Sivanesan by emailing Premi Sivanesan psivanesan@ahmrc.org.au or calling (02) 9212 4777.

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