Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching
The University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus is an exciting place to study. As a student based at Parkville, you will enjoy:
An engaged cohort and professional network
You’ll join the brightest students from across Australia and the world and become part of a dynamic academic community. You will be able to engage closely with academic experts and peers and build a vital professional network.
University support services
We ensure a supportive environment for all students and offer a range of enrichment activities, including a student mentoring program, wellbeing services and academic skills support.
A vibrant campus
Our Parkville campus is a city within a city. With cafes, 12 libraries, gyms, specialty stores, a small supermarket, and even a seasonal farmers market, you’ll never have to leave.
Melbourne city life
The Parkville campus is located just a short walk to the Melbourne CBD, the famous Queen Victoria Market and a host of cafes, restaurants, shops, theatres, galleries and bars.
Irma, Intensive care physician
"The people I interacted with were phenomenal; physiotherapists, speech pathologists, nurses, other doctors. Everybody had their challenges, but we learned a lot from each other and shared ideas and methods of teaching. It has really helped me develop my practice."
Danielle, Speech Pathologist
"The subject content has been taught from both a medical and educational perspective …I’ve found that really stimulating and very helpful in terms of being able to take elements of both approaches back to my workplace."
Immersive and practical learning
Learning is promoted through interactivity, context-bound case studies, best practice in health professions education (including synthesis of the latest research), and experiential learning, such as role plays, simulation-based activities, and problem-solving tasks. Participants are encouraged to reflect on their practice and to implement change amongst their own colleagues and workplaces.
Wealth of teaching expertise
Accomplished facilitators are drawn from a mix of clinical, educational and academic backgrounds. The course is led by coordinators who have disciplinary knowledge and understand its application to real clinical environments. Keynote sessions are delivered by leaders in the field and workshops are developed by skilled practitioners.
Diverse professional network
The program introduces participants to an exciting and diverse group of peers, who share a passion for teaching. Learning is promoted through the discussion of ideas, perceptions and experiences through small group work and online support.
The course is delivered several times a year with a range of delivery options for busy clinicians. Assessment is developed to align with your work and allows practical application of your learning. The nested suite of award courses provides a choice of pathways for those seeking to improve teaching, through to those who are interested in developing a career in clinical education.
Gain the flexibility of continuing through from the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters, or applying directly to any of these awards.