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Want to become a Speech Pathologist?


Are you interested in a career in health that’s a bit different? You might want to consider Speech Pathology. These experts assist people with communication disorders, which could be problems with speaking, listening, reading, or writing due to a variety of issues. They work with people of all ages, from children to the elderly. Your work as a Speech Pathologist can greatly help improve a person’s quality of life; so if you are seeking a rewarding and challenging career, Speech Pathology could be ideal.


How do I become a Speech Pathologist?


If you want to work as a Speech Pathologist in Australia, you will first need to complete an accredited Bachelor or Master’s-level degree. This is usually a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (3-5 years) or Master of Speech Pathology (2-3 years). There are heaps of unis around Australia that offer these accredited qualifications, including:

And heaps more. You can see a full list of accredited qualifications on Speech Pathology Australia’s website here.


Do I need to do anything else to become a Speech Pathologist?


After you’ve finished your study, you will need to become a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) by registering with Speech Pathology Australia. Then you can work as a Speech Pathologist anywhere in Australia, including both the public and private sectors. But your training doesn’t stop there; you will need to complete Continuing Professional Development (CPD) each year to make sure your skills and knowledge stay up to date.


Where can I learn more about Speech Pathology?


If we’ve piqued your interest in this growing and rewarding career path, you can find heaps more information on Speech Pathology Australia’s website.

Looking for more careers in health? Take a look at our Job Spotlights to find out about other health careers and how you can get there.

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