The Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion will enable graduates to confidently work with communities to contribute to effective and sustainable health promotion practices, both nationally and internationally.
The Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion provides students with the knowledge and skills to plan, implement and evaluate health promotion programs efficiently, effectively and appropriately to improve the health and wellbeing of populations. Health promotion focuses on the promotion of health in communities, social sectors and settings, and is a specialisation within the Master of Public Health.
What you will study
Guiding principles articulated in the action areas of the Ottawa and Bangkok Charters for Health Promotion are covered in the subjects Health Promotion and Public Health Policy. Primary investigative skills are developed in the Health Research Methodology subject. This theoretical and investigative base is complemented by opportunities to consolidate skills and apply knowledge in the Health Promotion Competencies subject.