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Youth health partnership

South West TAFE will bring doctorsto young men in the community.
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The TAFE, in partnership with headspace Warrnambool, has introduced a new bulk-billing visiting GPservice which aims to ensure students are fit and healthy for the workforce.

In addition to a general check-up, the students receive free vaccinations –such as flu, hepatitis B andtetanus –and a Ready for Work certificate.

More than 75 students have accessed the service.

TAFEs student services managerBryanAmarant saidthe outcomes were positive.

“Younger people, especially younger males in the trades, are less likely to see a doctor themselves, sowe decided to bring the doctor to them,” Mr Amarant said.

“It’s much more than a basic check-up.

“They can receive free flu injections and tetanus andhepatitis B shots, which are important for tradies, as well as discuss other health concerns they mayhave.”

Mr Amarant said the Ready for Work certificate could place TAFE students “above the rest of thepack” when it came to applying for jobs.

“If you come to TAFE, not only do you get all the skills from our great teaching staff in an up-to-dateenvironment;you get all the medical support you need plus a certificate saying you’re ready forwork,” he said.

headspace’s on-site GP service is open to all TAFE students at the Warrnambool and Sherwood Park campuses.

headspace’s practice manager Louisa Radley said GPs could help with any physical health issues aswell as matters relating to sexual health, drug and alcohol use, relationship problems or when people were feeling down or upset.

“Sometimes health issues can be a barrier to students achieving their training and work goals,” she said.

“Adoctor is a good place to start and will co-ordinate referrals with other health professionals to support astudent’s health and wellbeing needs to ensure they are work ready.”

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