Graduate Program

Graduate Program

We value our therapists and we value their learning, so our focus is on quality over quantity through realistic workloads with built in time for professional development. you will be scheduled into a comprehensive orientation program, where you will shadow a few senior clinicians in our team. They will show you the ropes, including processes and documentation. The shadowing sessions can occur for as long as you feel confident to start taking your own caseload!

Our Graduate Program at a Glance

  • Comprehensive introductory modules across a range of clinical and non-clinical topics

  • An Operational and Clinical Supervisor to help you navigate all areas of working with the NDIS and your transition into fulltime work

  • On the job training and career development opportunities including regular inhouse and paid external PD

  • Supportive and experienced therapists who understand the complexities of the NDIS and challenges that graduates face when new to the workforce

  • Partnering with your participants to provide the best possible outcomes

  • Potential to commence earlier as a fulltime Allied Health Assistant whilst awaiting AHPRA/ SPA Registration