Workplace Learning Grant Program
The HETI Allied Health Workplace Learning Grants Program provides financial support to groups of allied health professionals or assistants seeking to develop their knowledge and skills through workplace learning opportunities.
Eligible teams of allied health professionals or assistants are able to apply for one-off grants of up to $4000 to support access to workplace learning opportunities. Rural teams may request up to $500 extra and remote based teams may request up to $1000 extra. Aboriginal Health Workers and Practitioners working in an allied health support role are eligible to apply.
The 2018 Workplace Learning Grant Program is closed.
All applications must be submitted via the Director of Allied Health. Please contact your local Director of Allied Health for your health district/specialty network's internal application closing date.
The application process in 2018 has changed please view the 2018 Terms and Conditions
Webcast "Applying for a Workplace Learning Grant"
A recording of the April 2018 webcast "Applying for a Workplace Learning Grant" is available for viewing by registering - webcast
A copy of the presentation from the webcast is available for download here.
HETI General Allied Health Mailing list
If you would like to subscribe to a general allied health mailing list - this includes information about the Workplace Learning Grant Program please email this request to HETI-AlliedHealth@health.nsw.gov.au
HETI have prepared a short presentation to provide guidance in creating a high quality application for this program:
Presentation - Applying for a Workplace Learning Grant
After the completion of their Workplace Learning activity, all teams are asked to complete an evaluation of the learning undertaken. Templates are provided below.
Evaluation reports for the 2017 program are due by 31 July, 2018 - online only. 2017 Evaluation reports can be completed via Survey Monkey
Evaluation reports for the 2016 program were due on 27 January, 2017. Evaluation reports can be completed using the 2016 Evaluation Report template
Successful Workplace Learning Grants
The Allied Health Workplace Learning Grants program eBooklet showcases innovative workplace learning activities funded by the 2014 and 2015 Workplace Learning Grants programs.
The eBooklet contains a complete list of all successful applications from this time. It is a resource for Allied Health professionals in developing and applying locally driven workplace learning activities into the future.
Successful recipients of the grants from the 2016, 2016/17 and 2017 programs are published below.