Education



Education and training aims to provide a sustainable and responsive health workforce committed to high quality and safe health outcomes. The Pyrenees House Education Centre offers an extensive range of education and training programs linking directly to the efficiency and effectiveness of the health workforce. These programs are supported by the Executive and Management team, allowing for their successful implementation and the ongoing growth in our value of a “Learning Culture”.


Programs include:

  • Mandatory training
  • Training targeted to various workgroups, departments and disciplines
    • Inservice education
    • Online training
    • Victorian Regional Health Service Elearning Network (ReHSeN)
    • SIMVAN
    • Clinical Skills workshops
    • Highway Model of Education
  • Career progression pathways
  • Graduate Nurse program
    • Graduate Nursing Program
    • Grampians Regional Collaborative Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Program
  • Clinical placement undergraduate students
    • Medicine
    • Nursing/midwifery
    • Allied Health – Therapy
    • Allied Health – Science
    • Dental
    • Health Information Management
  • Diploma of Nursing delivered in partnership with FedUni TAFE, from February 2019

East Grampians Health Service is offering the Diploma of Nursing in partnership with FedUni TAFE from February 2019.

If you would like to talk to the helpful staff at FedUni TAFE about studying the fee-free Diploma of Nursing course, please register your interest or contact them on 1800 FED UNI (1800 333 864).

For further information about the Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative, you can contact the TAFE and Training line on 13 18 23 or visit the TAFE Victoria website.

To discuss this with a representative from East Grampians Health Service in Ararat, please contact the Training & Development Manager on (03) 5352 9404.