What is NRT?

HLTCC301B Produce coded clinical data; HLTCC401B Undertake complex clinical coding and HLTCC402B Complete highly complex clinical coding meet the standard requirements for providing training under the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) and VET Quality Framework (VQF) and are Nationally Recognised Training (NRT).  Statements of Attainment issued by HIMAA for HLTCC301B Produce coded clinical data; HLTCC401B Undertake complex clinical coding and HLTCC402B Complete highly complex clinical coding are nationally recognised by other RTOs as well as by the health information management profession.

How do I benefit?

When you complete an NRT course with HIMAA you

  • will receive national recognition of any qualifications gained
  • will know that your training is being delivered by an organisation which meets national standards
  • will enhance your career prospects because the qualifications are based on identified industry needs
  • will gain access to recognition of prior learning (RPL) [also known as recognition of current competence (RCC)]
  • will have opportunities for articulation into further training which may include higher education

updated 24 October 2012