Allied Health practitioners work under the direct supervision of health care professionals (such as doctors and nurses) to provide therapeutic and program-related support in a variety of assistant roles such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, speech pathology and nutrition.
Our trainers and tutors are professional and industry-trained so that they can provide you with knowledge that will allow you to take the first step towards building a solid career in the Health industry.
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Health workers, career-changers, those returning to the workforce and others with a passion for food and nutrition now have the opportunity to build a career and great prospects in their chosen field.
The satisfaction of helping to improve clients' quality of life is just one reason for allied health's popularity as a career.
Physiotherapists use manual therapies and exercise programs to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and sports injuries, but they can also assist with neurological conditions such as stroke.
Acting as an assistant to a Podiatrist, you will typically work alongside them or other health professionals to provide more opportunities for personal patient care.
Occupational Therapists provide an invaluable assistance to their clients by helping people live functional, comfortable lives.
If job satisfaction, good prospects and a career in the allied health sector are high on your wish list, a career in speech pathology is well worth pursuing.