Allied Health Professional Educator Network (AHPEN)
The Allied Health Professional Educator Network (AHPEN) purpose is to provide a forum for professional support; information exchange; training and education and collaboration regarding development of clinical education resources/tools; innovative and evidence-based models and teaching strategies in allied health professional education across NSW Health.
- To participate in two forums each year
- Professional development to support and extend the professional educators skills & knowledge in adult education & training in the clinical setting
- Promotes best-practice pertaining to education and professional support
- Supportive networking opportunities for allied health professional educators
- To lead/collaborate on projects that involves innovative education & training development for allied health professionals
- To promote and enhance the role of allied health professional education
- To foster and encourage the evaluation of work performed and resources developed by allied health professional educators.
Members of AHPEN meet the following criteria...
- Employed in a role where the main focus is the coordination and/or delivery of education and training for post-graduate allied health staff. The role is commonly referred to as a Professional Educator.
- Employed in a NSW Health Local Health District (LHD), Specialty Health Network (SHN) or Learning & Development Unit.
- Qualified as an allied health professional
- Employed at Level 5 or higher according to the NSW Health Service Health Professionals (State) Award or at an equivalent level in another award.
- Maybe nominated to represent their LHD/SHN by an Allied Health Director (or equivalent) if there are no professional educator positions.
Please contact the HETI Allied Health team for more information