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Reach Out Rural Learning Hubs

Reach Out Rural Learning Hubs (RORLH) are an industry based network of rural health agencies providing health industry training to address health workforce needs in regional Victoria with a focus on local training for local people.

Six multi-purpose health services in Victoria replicate the model of health service training Alpine Health has successfully established with the 'Alpine Institute'.

The RORLH Project is currently delivering Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015. This course is designed for people who intend to work in Aged Care services (residential care) and Home and Community Care (HACC) to provide person-centred care to people who may require support due to ageing.

This course will train students or formalise existing work skills to look after an older person’s care needs, support their individual health and wellbeing, follow safety procedures for direct care work and work effectively with the elderly. This course will provide the necessary foundations to embark on a care-giving career.

The communities of regional and rural Victoria associated with the Reach Out Rural Learning project include;

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  • The Reach Out Rural Learning Hubs aim to grow their local health workforces by;
  • Providing career development and progression for local health service staff  
  • Providing improved education, employment and health outcomes for the local rural communities.

Why choose Reach Out Rural Learning Hubs? 

  • Learn locally so that all your learning needs can be met in one place.
  • Get work ready by learning within a health and community work environment, ensuring your learning is conducted in a practical hands on setting.
  • Learn in a supportive environment, working together to monitor your progress, and provide you with additional support if you need it.
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Alpine Institute

30 O'Donnell Avenue

Myrtleford VIC 3737

t 03 5751 9400

E [email protected]

Alpine Health acknowledges the many Traditional Owners of the Alpine region and their connection to the mountains, rivers and valleys. We pay our respect to these groups, their history and culture, and their Elders past and present.

We strive to create a health service and a community that is respectful and inclusive for people of all backgrounds, cultures, genders and abilities.