IAHA receives notice of many exciting opportunities for our full and associate members. These will be promoted newsletter and social media so please be sure to sign up (below) and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
IAHA Full Member Graduates and Associate Individuals are critical to the allied health and broader health workforce in delivering culturally safe, responsive and equitable health care with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, families and communities. IAHA works in collaboration with partners and stakeholders to ensure that members have access to professional development, career development support, leadership development, scholarships and other opportunities to build and strengthen their capabilities, skills, knowledge’s and experiences.
IAHA works with members to identify these training and development needs to provide the appropriate support, mentoring and training. Opportunities arise throughout the year and are promoted to the membership seeking applications and interest.
Leadership opportunity: IAHA National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Academy Governance Committee
Indigenous Allied Health Australia are seeking expressions of interest from members to join the IAHA National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Academy Governance Committee.
The committee will provide strategic leadership, advice, and direction for IAHA Academies nationally, supporting the development of culturally safe and responsive education, training and employment pathways for the future Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce.
Please click the links below for further about the committee and how to apply.