Trainees on their way to a career in Aboriginal health

We are pleased to announce our second cohort of Aboriginal Health Practitioner trainees. The Congress AHP traineeship program is a strategic priority of the Congress Board to rebuild our AHP workforce by investing in our own.

The Congress AHP traineeship program includes regular study with Batchelor College to attain a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care and clinical placements across Congress’ clinical network under the guidance and support of a Training Coordinator and Clinical Educator. 

Trainees Left to Right; Makisha Tilmouth, John Parfitt, Lynnette O’Bree (AHP Training Coordinator), Corey Baker, Tawhio McKay and Douglas Pipe