The Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Science is a course you could study at university to become a medical technician. In this job you would do quality control and interpret the results of the tests carried out of the samples, and make sure the laboratory equipment is working properly to give accurate results.
You might be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place, which means the Australian government pays for part of your course costs. Visit https://www.studyassist.gov.au/help-loans/commonwealth-supported-places-csps for more information on Commonwealth Supported Places.
Talk to your teachers, guidance officer and career advisor for more information on whether this course might be suitable for you after you finish Year 12.