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High School Health Adventure

Are you a year 10, 11 or 12 student interested in a career in the dynamic and fast-paced world of healthcare? Mater Education’s High School Health Adventure program is for you!

High School Health Adventure is a program that has been designed to create a realistic experience of 'a day in the life' of a health professional. The utilisation of simulation with manikins, skills stations, digital technology and case-based scenarios help to create this real-world learning in a unique environment for high school students.

This hands on, immersive experience will cover basic health understanding of anatomy and physiology, give students hands on experience of managing patients requiring basic life support and emergency response, supporting patients and their family through medical procedures such as surgery and childbirth.

Students will have access to current practicing clinicians including medical officers, nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, pharmacists, social workers and occupational therapists, who will be able to share their experience as a health professional and provide an opportunity for the students to ask questions.

This program is delivered on-site at Mater Education’s world class medical simulation facility and you'll be immersed in this fast-paced world, learning about healthcare.

Who should attend?

Our High School Health Adventure program is designed for high school students in years 10, 11 and 12 looking to explore the range of careers on offer in the dynamic and fast-paced healthcare sector.

Course information

  • This is a two day course delivered by an interprofessional team using simulation, small group activities, skills stations, panel Q&A with graduate health professionals and a small Education Fair to highlight educational pathways and requirements to a career in healthcare.