Learn how to provide effective self-management education to people with or at-risk of diabetes throughout their lives.
AQF Level 7 bachelor degree or equivalent in clinical-based health, allied health or relevant field; and at least 12 months post-graduation experience in that field.
JCU Diabetes Education graduates have specialised skills and are employed in a variety of rural, remote, and urban health settings.
Graduates pursue careers in private and public hospitals, rural and remote health clinics, education settings, and public health.
You could find employment as a diabetes educator.
This course is a pathway to gain accreditation as a diabetes educator with the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) Foundation.
Complete an online application through our Online Application Portal.
You are eligible for the course if you have:
Graduate Certificate of Diabetes Education applicants must also complete and upload the following forms and documentary evidence with their application:
Applicants are required to have read the Graduate Certificate of Diabetes Education Handbook prior to application.