The AHRG Education and Training Scheme

TAHRGETS continues to expand implementation of the AHRG pathway into rural and remote private and non government sector organisations across Australia. This builds on the SARRAH'S previous project AHRGWES


If you are passionate about rural and remote workforce development, and work for a private or non government organisation that provides allied health services in MMM 3-7  areas, then read on. 

 For eligible organisations SARRAH will provide

  • education fees assistance for early career allied health professionals wishing to commence on the allied health rural generalist pathway. These fees will cover the Rural Generalist Program (JCU) for new graduates commencing on the Level 1 AHRG Pathway, or the Graduate Diploma of Rural Generalist Practice (JCU) fo early career professionals. 
  • work place training grants paid directly to the organisation. These grants can be used to cover backfill/and or support the rural generalist trainee to complete education, supervision and project components of the program 


 Your organisation will provide:

  • support for the trainee to complete the formal education 
  • structured supervision
  • allocated development time  
  • a service development project and project support and guideance 

More information can be found in the program guidelines 

Application will open November 8th 2021, closing January 7th 2022. 

To submit an application visit:

TAHRGETS 2021/2022 Application Round 1 - Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) (