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- Media Release - AHCSA RTO
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09 May 2023
AHCSA welcomes six new students to the Aboriginal health workforce
AHCSA's registered training organisation (RTO) is pleased to confirm that six new Aboriginal health workers have completed their studies during the past month and have been certified in either Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice or Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) care.
Congratulations to all these students. We know they will be great assets to the communities where they live and work, and they should be deservedly proud - as should their families and extended kinship networks.
AHCSA's James Bisset commented, "(a) fantastic job by all the RTO Educators and surrounding staff to work with and support the students through their journeys, we all appreciate the dedication and hard work that happens not only in class but the huge amount of work and support that is given behind the scenes to work alongside our countrymen and women. Our gratitude and thanks go out to all the AHCSA staff who assisted the new graduates during course of their studies. It definitely takes a 'village'."