More TAHRGETS Positions Available for 2023

The TAHRGETS program supports the growth, sustainability and value of the rural and remote allied health workforce and the proliferation of rural generalist service models that deliver accessible, safe, effective and efficient services for rural and remote consumers.

Are you passionate about rural and remote workforce development and working for a private or non-government organization that provides allied health services in MMM 3-7 areas?  

Grants are available to transform your rural practice.

Grants are provided for new recruitment positions or existing Allied Health positions. 

What do you get? 

  • Education Fees to commence the Rural Generalist Program or Graduate Diploma of Rural Generalist Practice through James Cook University
  • Workplace training grants paid directly to your organisation to support trainees to complete education, supervision and project components of the program
  • Professional development and learning resources developed by SARRAH


Samantha Barber, former TAHRGETS trainee said:  

‘I've found the pathway to be a great opportunity to enhance my skills not only clinically, but also through refreshing the theoretical principles within my practice and has given me the next step to get into bigger and better things within my work.

For more information about the grants visit the website 
Contact us at if you need assistance to complete grant application.
Applications close on Tuesday 31 January 2023

This project is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health

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