Industry
Collaboration

At IHNA we believe that we can only achieve our purpose of providing career-focused and innovative learning with the direct support of industry partners.

There’s huge benefit in sharing our expertise in healthcare education in exchange for industry insights from our partners. We like to keep a pulse on the industry so that students can benefit from them and grow their careers.

We aim to collaborate with partners to establish a beneficial and lasting relationship. This means providing a positive, transparent, and engaging experience so that as a partner you remain informed and involved.

IHNA is proud to support the healthcare industry and its workforce, and ultimately this comes down to providing relevant, practical, and effective training for students.

Students are exposed to the latest innovations in the industry with our laboratories and facilities that can simulate real scenarios, which ensures a smooth transition into the workforce. We also provide research opportunities for students to push the boundaries of the healthcare industry.

Community Engagement

We’re active in the communities that we serve through a number of initiatives, such as First Aid training in organisations and clubs, health checks to raise awareness for healthy living, and career information sessions to raise awareness about opportunities in the industry.

ATSI & Regional Community Support

We’re dedicated to ensuring that everyone at IHNA respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, culture, and values. With this respect we can build a deeper and more relevant understanding of how to provide healthcare for all of Australia.

Policies and Procedures

We adhere to the highest standards in our partnerships, and so we encourage that your proposals should meet the following Third Party Agreement Policy and Procedures.

Our
Collaborators

Acknowledgement

HCI acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.