Recruitment for this program starts in November of each year.
WNSWLHD is committed to growing its allied health workforce in a workplace where staff and others feel valued and can excel. The AHRGP enhances a multidisciplinary learning culture within WNSWLHD and focuses on ‘growing our own’.
The AHRGP provides an experience-based learning opportunity which offers:
- A positive transition to professional practice with access to workplace learning and supported clinical and professional competency-based skill development
- Opportunity to collaborate with dynamic, highly professional multidisciplinary teams
- Mentoring in quality improvements and research
- Experience in a broad range of services, including acute care, community services, speciality services, rural outreach, and rural generalist skills including telehealth
- Scholarship funding for conferences / workshops
- The opportunity to rotate at least 4 times to gain a broad experience in different clinical areas and settings including rural communities
- Journal club, discipline specific in-services as well as multidisciplinary education sessions
- A combination of formal education and work-based experience, including:
– Comprehensive workplace education and professional development opportunities
– Interdisciplinary training days
– Discipline specific supervision and support to meet clinical competencies
– Opportunity to participate in continuous quality improvement projects relevant to new graduates.