SARRAH Online Learning

Open for enrolment

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Full price: $500 (+GST)
Discounted price: $300 (+GST)

Introduction to project management for allied health professionals 1

Introduction to project management for allied health professionals 

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Full price: $500 (+GST)
Discounted price: $300 (+GST)

General information about learning online with SARRAH

Head to our online store to see what courses are available. Discounts are available for SARRAH members and invited participants. Group discounts are also available.

If you would like to take advantage of the SARRAH membership discount, or to negotiate a group discount, then please email melodie@sarrah.org.au for the code.

Not a member? Visit Membership - SARRAH for more info on our membership options. 

What will I get for my money?

You will have access to the online course space for six weeks and then SARRAH members will be invited to join the SARRAH AHA Models Community of Practice through a private Facebook group. This Community of Practice will give you an opportunity to engage with others who have completed the course and to share your stories and insights.

At the end of the course you will receive a certificate to evidence your engagement with the course - you may be able to use this as evidence for CPD points.

How do I enroll?
  1. Email SARRAH if you would like to request a relevant discount.
  2. Visit SARRAH’s online learning store, choose your course and follow the prompts.
  3. If this is your first time at the store you will be prompted to first create a user account.
  4. You will need to pay for your course. Payment types are either PayPal or by invoice. You can apply the coupon for your discount at checkout. If you’re paying by invoice, then your enrollment will be confirmed once payment has been received.
  5. Once you have completed the purchasing process you are automatically enrolled.
  6. Then you can simply click your way into the course and begin your learning journey.
Want to know more?

If you have any questions, please contact melodie@sarrah.org.au.  

 

Designing and Implementing Successful AHA Models of Care in Rural Settings

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Why do this course?

Are you seeing unmet need in your community and having to turn clients away because you don’t have capacity to see them? Have you thought about employing an AHA but don’t know where to start?

If yes, then this course is for you! 

About the course

The course has been developed by Dr Anna Moran from AHP Workforce who will lead you through a series of videos, readings and activities that you can take at your own pace. The course is designed to be taken over 8 hours of individual engagement.

By the end of the course you will have the knowledge and skills to:

  1. Outline the key steps required to design and implement AHA models of care in rural settings
  2. Outline the core principles of workforce redesign
  3. Design a model of AHA care to fit your individual setting
  4. Generate an implementation plan for your new AHA model of care
  5. Develop strategies to ensure that your AHA model of care is successful
About the presenter, Dr Moran

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Anna is an AHP workforce and service redesign expert, business owner, physio, mum of four, recovering academic, and general AHP cheerleader.

For over 17 years Dr. Anna Moran has been a leader in the Allied Health Workforce space. You may know Anna from her role as the SARRAH Research Fellow but Anna can also be credited with significant contributions to the understanding of allied health workforce dynamics in the academic and health care sectors.

Anna is now the co-founder and director of AHP Workforce, an international consultancy, training, and knowledge exchange company that equips Allied Health professionals, managers, executives, peak professional bodies, and organisations with the tools they need to optimise their workforce and the delivery of Allied Health services.

 

An Introduction to Project Management for Allied Health Professionals

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This fully self-paced course has been developed by SARRAH specifically for AHPs.

Why do this course?

Allied Health Professionals are expert at many things, but quite often we haven’t developed our knowledge and skills in project management. If you’d like to cross that bridge, then this course is for you! 

About the course

The course has been developed by Rhiannon Memery, Gemma Tuxworth and Caitlin Houghton, three of SARRAH’s expert secretariat staff. The course is designed to be taken over 6-8 hours at your own pace.

By the end of the course you will have the knowledge and skills to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of management language and project management cycles
  • populate an objective tree/problem tree to clearly define their project objectives and outcomes
  • create a project plan using a structured project approach
  • develop a project risk, stakeholder, and governance plan

Courses in development

SARRAH is busy developing and adapting more online offerings.  Those in development are listed below. SARRAH is open to requests and ideas from Members.

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This course was previously delivered In partnership with the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation. This course is in redevelopment mode and we hope to offer it again soon - please email through your interest to melodie@sarrah.org.au

Transform your approach to service planning (an introduction) with Dr Anna Moran. This four-week couse gives participants an opportunity to learn from Anna as she shared her years of research and practice. This course is in redevelopment and will be offered again soon - please email through your interest to melodie@sarrah.org.au

Past courses

Project Management Essentials was designed to provide an end-to-end perspective of identifying the need for a project, planning for both the timing and resource needs of a project, through to successful implementation and closing out a project.