Continuing Professional Development for Allied Health Practititioners Grant and Scholarship Program 2018

4th May 2018
4th Aug 2018
Study level
Graduate Coursework
Enrolment status
Future student
Study Area
Fund basis


This program is supported by the Victorian State Government to assist Rural Allied health professionals to undertake professional development and Post Graduate study to improve health services, increase retention of skilled workers and improve job satisfaction.

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  • Graduate Diploma- Eligible to claim $5,000 - 50 % on completion of each semester.
  • Graduate Certificate $2,500 - 50% on completion of each semester.
  • Need to commence study during 2017-2018 financial year

Disclaimer: The benefit amount for this award is approximate. It will be confirmed at the time of awarding and determined by the committee according to the terms of the award.


Must be employed in rural Victoria. (ASGC RA2-5) on a permanent or contracted basis. Must be an Australian citizen and permanent resident. Course or subject applied for must be related to area of employment and be of potential benefit to the health of the local community.

Do live in the regions that are being targeted for funding?


Allied Health Professional with at Batchelor qualification. Committed to on-going work in the Rural Victoria health services. Can provide feedback to show that the study applied for will assist the local communities health needs.


Need to fill out an application form which can be accessed at - Including a copy of Curriculum Vitae - 2 written references- including one from a supervisor. This is a Victorian Government grant.


Applicants will receive notification of outcome within 2 weeks of closing dates via email.


For further information contact Rural Workforce Agency, Victoria Level 6, Tower 4, World Trade Centre 18 – 38 Siddeley Street, Melbourne VIC 3005 P: +61 3 9349 7800 F: +61 3 9820 0401

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Scholarship Management


Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences


Biomedical Sciences; Psychological Sciences; Health Sciences

Department / Centre