Imagine this: It’s October 2024 and you’re preparing your application for paid employment in the allied health industry!
So how did you get here? You completed ERA’s HLT43021 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance program, where you gained 120 hours of industry experience, which gave you clarity on your future career pathway, while obtaining an industry-recognised qualification. This gave you a head-start on your career while helping to pay the bills as you complete your degree.
If that’s where you’d like to be in 12 months’ time, download your ERA Info Pack to learn more about this opportunity.
Practical, Real-World Experience
By enrolling in the ERA Allied Health Assistant (AHA) program, students get access to practical, real-world experience from leading healthcare organisations. ERA’s industry partners include:
• The Royal Children’s Hospital
• Monash Health
• The Victorian Rehabilitation Centre
• Epworth HealthCare
For students seeking a career in allied health, completing ERA’s AHA Program alongside your La Trobe degree provides a unique opportunity to enhance your career readiness.
La Trobe 2nd year students who join the ERA program in Semester 2 2023 will secure 120 hours of industry placement which has been approved for enrolment in La Trobe’s 15 credit-point elective – LTU3IND.
The HLT43021 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance program is a Nationally recognised qualification that provides the necessary skills and knowledge to work as an Allied Health Assistant (AHA) in hospital, clinic and community work settings. Any reference to ‘ERA’s Allied Health Assistance Program’, ‘ERA’s Allied Health Assistant Program’, or ‘ERA’s AHA Program’, is to mean HLT43021 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance. This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Eligibility criteria apply. This qualification is delivered by Exercise Research Australia Pty Ltd. RTOID: 22490.