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Building the rural and remote allied health assistant workforce – applications open

Are you a non-government organisation or allied health private practice looking for ways to implement allied health assistant service delivery models that work for you?

Applications for the Building the Rural and Remote Allied Health Assistant Workforce (BRAHAW) have opened.

Places are limited, and the process is likely to be competitive, so don’t wait to get your application in. Contact us now if you would like to discuss how the project might work for your organisation.

Workplace training grants of $26,000 are available, in addition to travel and education components of the program.

Applications are open now and close July 30, 2022.

Find out more information on the SARRAH website, or email [email protected]  

Submit your application here.