5 Reasons to study Health and Wellbeing at Torrens

Give back to the community and help others with a Diploma in Health and Wellbeing

More of us are searching for a meaningful career, where we can help and connect with others. Working in the health industry gives you the opportunity to develop the career you are truly passionate about. With that focus, Torrens have developed Diploma of Health and Wellbeing.

Here are top 5 reasons to study with Torrens:

  1. Choose a career you are truly passionate about

Make your move to a career that fills your life, you will have the knowledge and the skills to work in a range of roles, such as:

  • Aged care health coordinator
  • Day centre and respite programs
  • Recreational fitness program
  • Community inclusion programs
  • Activity coordinator
  • Leisure coordinator
  • Health and Wellbeing officer
  • Corporate Health
  1. Study that fits your lifestyle

Whether you are just starting out, changing your career, or enhancing your skillset, we have the most flexible study option available to you. Study anytime, and anywhere online, full-time or part-time. This level of flexibility allows you to finish your qualification on your own time, without compromising your commitments. You will be welcomed and supported by your peers and lecturers in the online community, helping you get the answer to any questions you may have.

Diploma of Health and Wellbeing
  1. You will learn from the best in the business

Our team of lecturers brings a wide and varied range of professional and industry experience. They are passionate about providing you with the best quality education. Their goal is to help you grow and develop your career in the best direction for you and your future.

  1. Benefit from your own personal success coach

Your learning journey at Torrens will be closely supported by your very own Success Coach, who will help you achieve your career and life aspirations by focusing on your personal strengths. As a new student, you will be assigned a dedicated Success Coach during your first trimester, and they will be there for you to make any course choices, and focus on improving your employability.

  1. Join and be part of the world’s largest international alumni network

Starting a new course is always an exciting but also a nervous period of time. With us, you will feel welcomed within our communities, as well as the wider international student and alumni networks. Torrens is part of the Laureate International Universities, a leading international network of innovative institutions comprising of 70 universities across 27 countries – making you part of the largest network of higher education intuitions in the world.Diploma of Health and Wellbeing

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