HETI is uniquely placed within NSW Health to deliver education and training to a broad range of workforce specialties. Our approach involves working collaboratively with individuals, partners, patients and other stakeholders - together we are driven by a shared pursuit of excellence in health care delivery.
In 2018, HETI introduced a 'Fellow of the Health Education and Training Institute' to recognise and deepen the relationships with and contributions made by our health partners.
Appointment as a HETI Fellow is the highest recognition given by HETI.
A fellow is a suitably qualified and experienced individual who has a close association with, and makes an ongoing contribution to, the activities of HETI in a largely honorary capacity.
Appointments may also recognise significant academic and/or professional achievements in industry and/or the community-at-large.
HETI's Chief Executive considers appointments from self-nominations and from HETI-initiated nominations. Appointments are for an initial term of 3 years.
Nominations are invited from suitable individuals who seek to be appointed as a HETI Fellow.
Full details are contained in the Fellow Policy and Nomination Form, and nominations can be made through firstname.lastname@example.org