Education & Training

Welcome to the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council’s (AH&MRC’s) Registered Training Organisation (RTO no. 91020).  AH&MRC’s RTO was created in order to provide educational courses in Aboriginal health and associated disciplines that are grounded in cultural competency. AH&MRC’s RTO aims to provide flexible and accessible learning environments for students of all abilities and backgrounds. Nationally recognised courses offered by AH&MRC’s RTO are subsidised by the NSW Government under Smart and Skilled.

The AH&MRC RTO and its grounds are situated in Little Bay, a suburb of Sydney with rich Aboriginal history. The AH&MRC RTO is set amongst a backdrop of Indigenous trees and plants which are home to a variety of native bird species. The RTO building looks out over the Pacific Ocean and hosts an array of magnificent ocean species. In the winter months, you can see whales making their annual migration to the North of Australia.

The AH&MRC RTO facilities include a variety of education and training spaces including lecture rooms, clinical demonstration and simulation training labs. State-of-the-art simulation equipment facilitates learning in a practical setting by imitating real-life medical emergencies. The RTO’s biggest learning space is an immaculately designed 140 seat auditorium with modern facilities including a projector and audiovisual equipment.

Education & Training

Nationally Recognised Courses

If you’re looking to upskill in your current role or start a new career in Indigenous health, then studying a nationally recognised course at AH&MRC’s RTO is the perfect way to kickstart your educational journey.

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Professional Learning Courses

If you are interested in further building your skills and knowledge in a particular area relating to your work in Indigenous health, then a Professional Learning Course at the AH&MRC RTO is a great fit for you.

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Student information

As a student at the AH&MRC RTO, you will be equipped with all the knowledge and skills you will need to embark on a career in Indigenous health. The AH&MRC RTO is an equal opportunity educational facility.