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Sarah-Louise Slade
Sarah-Louise is a Career Adviser with over 5 years experience in Vocational Education and Training. Having completed a Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resource Management, Sarah-Louise understands the importance of having a quality education. Feel free to comment and ask questions below.


  1. Cheryl Holt 04/10/2018 at 9:42 AM - Reply

    I am interested in finding some information about the Medical Transcription Course. I am a Primary Teacher, who is unable to return to the base school that I worked at for 21 years. This is because I was injured in the workplace. Could you please notify me of the cost of the course because I am entitled to be retrained in another field because of my injury.
    Cheryl Holt

    • Sarah-Louise Slade
      TalentMed 04/10/2018 at 11:44 AM

      Hi Cheryl,
      Thank you for your comment. A career as a medical transcriptionist provides you with the flexibility to work from home and choose your own hours 🙂
      We do have a few different tuition payment options available, please visit https://talentmed.edu.au/payment-options/. If you would like further information, one of Career Advisers would be happy to send you a course information pack. Please contact them on 03 9937 1599, or email ask@talentmed.edu.au.
      Thanks, Cheryl.

  2. Peter A. 27/07/2018 at 12:18 PM - Reply

    Option No. 3 – Computer Programmer. This would probably be what I would be most suited for (book-keeping would just be too boring). I hate gardening. Working with animals would be great as well, but I’m not sure about medical transcription, mainly because of the cost (yes, I know, that could be deferred, but I would once again be thousands of dollars in debt, and now I owe nothing at all, not even payments on a house because I own it outright).

    • TalentMed
      TalentMed 31/07/2018 at 3:10 PM

      Hi Peter,

      Thank you for your comment. It’s great to hear that you’re weighing up your options for a new career. As with most self-employed jobs, there will usually be some initial set up and equipment fees. Fortunately, the costs involved with being a Medical Transcriptionists are generally quite low in comparison to other roles. Basically all you need is a computer, earphones/headphones and an internet connection! However, as medical transcription is a specialised field, most companies do tend to require you to have a nationally recognised qualification. Fortunately, TalentMed has a range of affordable payment options to help kick-start a career in medical transcription. For more information, please feel free to call us on 03 9937 1599. Thanks!

  3. Karen Ryan 16/07/2018 at 11:23 AM - Reply

    I would love to do the medical transcription course, I cannot afford the fees and I am not confident enough to finish the course.

    • Sarah-Louise Slade
      TalentMed 16/07/2018 at 11:45 AM

      Hi Karen,
      Thank you for your comment.
      We have a number of tuition options available. Our Career Advisers would be happy to send you through a course information pack with further information. We have our Student Support Team and Trainers available from the moment you start the course, all the way through until you complete your course 🙂
      If you would like further information, please contact our Career Advisers on 03 9937 1599 or email ask@talentmed.edu.au.
      Thanks, Karen 🙂

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