Number of doctors trained in skin cancer management. Since 2006, over 20 percent of all GPs practising in Australia have completed at least one skin cancer course with us.
Average NPS score given by our course participants. The skin cancer courses are highly valued by our delegates and score on average 9.42 out of 10 in evaluation surveys.
Number of doctors who saw an improvement in their skill-set. Doctors who have completed more than one skin cancer course with us indicated that their ability to manage skin cancer has increased.
Global recognition with top
medical schools and
Comprehensive programs with
theory and practical sessions
for applicability of knowledge
Teaching delivered by leading
experts and clinicians to the
highest medical standards
Short intensive courses with a
minimum time investment and
maximum learning outcomes
Special interest education
and structured pathways
to postgraduate degrees
Fully accredited and professionally recognised in Australia, New Zealand
A range of courses delivered
face-to-face and online for a
flexible learning experience
Continuous post-course support
through online learning
and Q&A sessions
Global alumni network with
exclusive access to special
events, offers and scholarships
HealthCert is committed to providing top-quality education, and to make sure this happens, we back all our courses with a unique Double Guarantee.
If you are not able to apply the course learning outcomes in your practice, get in touch with us within 90 days of course completion and you can attend the course again at no cost.
If you are not satisfied with the course, simply hand in your course materials at the end of day one and we will provide you with a 100% refund.
“HealthCert courses have become the standard by which you gauge all others.”- Dr Kolade Abolarinwa, WA
“Good, interactive course with excellent speakers. I particularly enjoyed the case study scenarios which helped to integrate the knowledge gained.”- Dr Alison Tucker, QLD
“All topics covered are very relevant to daily practice.Great summary of current evidence and guidelines for management, with the Handbook appearing like an excellent take-home resource.”- Dr P. Harris