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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Opportunity to develop skills recognition and training program for Indigenous Health Workers

Date posted: 31 October 2012

Health Workforce Australia (HWA) is seeking expressions of interest to deliver skills assessment, recognition and/or upskilling training services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers who wish to meet the qualification requirements for registration as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner.

The key deliverables for this project are:

Key activities will include:

The opportunity to submit an expression of interest for this project closes at 2pm, Australian Central Daylight Time, on Thursday 14 November 2012.

To register interest and download relevant documents, visit HWA's website.

For detailed information about Indigenous Health Worker registration and the rationale for this project, click here

Contacts

Pat Maher
Program Manager, Workforce Innovation and Reform
Health Workforce Australia
Ph: (08) 8409 4564
Email: Pat.Maher@hwa.gov.au

Zell Dodd
Project Manager, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Program, Workforce Innovation and Reform
Health Workforce Australia
Ph: (08) 8409 4659
Email: Zell.Dodd@hwa.gov.au

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Last updated: 31 October 2012
 
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