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Introduction to Project Management for Allied Health Professionals

SARRAH is very proud to announce that our new online course" Introduction to Project Management for Allied Health Professionals" is now available for enrolment.

Allied Health Professionals are expert at many things, but quite often very limited opportunities available to develop their knowledge and skills in project management. If you’d like to cross that bridge, then this course is for you! 

About the course
The course has been developed by Rhiannon Memery, Gemma Tuxworth and Caitlin Houghton, three of SARRAH’s expert secretariat staff. The course is designed to be taken over 6-8 hours at your own pace.

By the end of the course you will have the knowledge and skills to:

1.    demonstrate an understanding of management language and project management cycles
2.    populate objective tree/ problem tree to clearly define their project objectives and outcomes
3.    develop a project plan using a structured project approach
4.    develop project risk, stakeholder and governance plan

Course pricing
Full price: $500 (GST +GST)
Discounted price: $300 (+GST)
Discounts are available for SARRAH members and invited participants. Group discounts are also available.
If you would like to take advantage of the SARRAH membership discount, or to negotiate a group discount, then please email
melodie@sarrah.org.au for the code.
Not a member? Visit 
Membership - SARRAH for more info on our membership options. 

 
How to Enrol:
The course is available through our online learning store:
https://sarrah.learnbook.com.au/local/ecommerce/store.php

The course is presented by Rhiannon Memery, Gemma Tuxworth and Caitlin Houghton. Please click on the image to meet the presenters. 
 

Course Management
The course is being managed by Dr Melodie Bat, our new Education Program Manager and she will be the best person to contact for more information and to request discount coupons.  She can be contact at
melodie@sarrah.org.au.
For more information about the course please click
here.


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Course pricing
Full price: $500 (GST)
Discounted price: $300 (+GST)
Discounts are available for SARRAH members and invited participants. Group discounts are also available.
If you would like to take advantage of the SARRAH membership discount, or to negotiate a group discount, then please email
melodie@sarrah.org.au for the code.
Not a member? Visit 
Membership - SARRAH for more info on our membership options. 

 
How to Enrol:
The course is available through our online learning store:
https://sarrah.learnbook.com.au/local/ecommerce/store.php

For more information about the course please click here

SARRAH Secretariat


Dear members and stakeholders,

Thank you to those who have already completed the survey. We have received a good response so far from our stakeholders.

We invite you to support SARRAH’s work by completing a short online survey about how SARRAH engages with members and the profession, and whether you would like to contribute your expertise.

It will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete the survey – please click on this link SARRAH Stakeholder Engagement Survey 2021  to access the survey. Please feel free to share the link with your colleagues and networks.

Your feedback is vital in shaping how SARRAH engages with you and with the profession.

"SARRAH is the nationally recognised peak body representing rural and remote allied health professionals, has access to significant expertise. We have built our capacity to share that knowledge base through our communications and online learning and webinar programs. Our vision is that rural and remote communities have allied health services that support equitable and sustainable health and well-being".

The survey will close on Friday 3rd December.

SARRAH: Making a difference – together!

Any questions about this survey can be directed to Dr Melodie Bat, Education Program Manager at melodie@sarrah.org.au

We thank you in advance for your response.
 
Edward Johnson, President and Cath Maloney, CEO



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