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Paving the Way for Aboriginal Health and Education
AH&MRC’s work is to enable Our People to Live Stronger and Longer.
Who we are:
The Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC) is the peak body and voice for 49 ACCHOs (Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations) across NSW and works to ensure ACCHOs have access to an adequately resourced and skilled workforce to provide high-quality health care services for Aboriginal communities.
Discover the large array of complimentary resources we offer, ranging from posters and wellness cards to annual reports and strategic plans.
Education and Training
Our organisation is an official Registered Training Organisation (RTO), allowing us to deliver high-quality, customised training programs that are not only tailored to the unique needs of our sector but can also be nationally accredited.
At AHMRC, we understand the importance of providing education and training initiatives that are specifically designed for Aboriginal healthcare. Our comprehensive Education and Training section offers a wide range of courses and programs, all developed with a deep understanding of the sector’s requirements.
BSB50420 – Diploma of Leadership and Management
11307NAT – Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research, Theory and Practice
HLT30113 – Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care
Help us Raise Funds for First Nations Health and Disaster Response
As the peak body for the ACCHO sector, we are in a unique position to be able to identify gaps in funding and have identified 3 key areas of need – Disaster Response, Elective Surgery and Scholarship
In line with our dedication to supporting ACCHOs and the Aboriginal Health sector, we host a range of events that are open to either our members or the general public. Take a look at all the offerings below: