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The PHN, UNE and NSW Government offer fee free educational study opportunity to upskill and reskill

Hunter New England Central Coast PHN in collaboration with UNE Partnerships would like to present fee free educational study opportunities to upskill and support practice staff in working to the top of their scope. This opportunity for fee free study is only available for a limited time. Take advantage now of the chance to study a qualification online independently, whilst being supported by fellow students in the region, UNEP and the PHN.

These recognised qualifications are available through NSW Government Smart & Skilled funding. For those eligible, the NSW Government initiative will subsidise the cost of training, enhance their skill base and facilitate the achievement of a formal qualification.

UNE Partnerships offers more than 35 years of experience in providing world class education to practice managers and the primary healthcare sector, making them ideally suited to support the ‘Emerging Leaders’ and ‘Regional Leaders’ programs. As well as world class online learning and personalised support, students would have the opportunity to join regular online webinars and opportunities to interact with peers across South Eastern NSW.

Register interest to find out more about developing practice management skills:

Who Is Eligible?

The NSW Smart and Skilled funding has eligibility criteria which includes:

  • At least 15 years old and no longer at school.
  • Living or working in NSW.
  • An Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen.

Register interest and request more information or a brochure by clicking on the following link by Monday 15th May 2023.

  • Monday 15th May – Register interest.
  • Wednesday 31st May – Complete enrolment and funding application.
  • June – Get started with fee free qualifications!

Information on additional fee free educational study in Medical Administration; Allied Health Assisting and Medical Practice Assisting will be available soon.

Please direct queries to Margaret (02) 6773 0020 or

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