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HETI Higher Education partners with a range of stakeholders to support excellence in recovery-oriented mental health education.
Being student-centered is at the heart of HETI Higher Education’s approach to learning. We invite students to provide regular feedback on course content and become involved as student representatives within our governing bodies and initiatives.
Student representatives currently sit on the Academic Board, Teaching and Learning Committee, External Advisory Committee and represent HETI at the TEQSA conference student stream.
Learn more about opportunities for students to partner with us.
Our staff combine extensive mental health professional practice with academic credentials.
Over 80 academics and clinicians have contributed to teaching within the Psychiatric Medicine Framework.
The Applied Mental Health Framework has drawn on the expertise of a number of academics and clinicians.
Uniquely positioned within NSW Health, Australian’s largest health system, HETI Higher Education is informed by emerging developments within the sector and is supported by integration within the expertise of the Health Education and Training Institute. Learn more about HETI.
In 2016 HETI became the first health entity registered with TEQSA as a higher education provider. Our flagship postgraduate courses, Applied Mental Health Studies and Psychiatric Medicine were both accredited for the maximum period of seven years.
The Psychiatric Medicine program is accredited with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), which is responsible for training, education and representing psychiatrists in Australia and New Zealand.
The Psychiatric Medicine program for General Practitioners is registered and accredited with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Quality Improvement and Continuing Professional Development Program.
The Psychiatric Medicine program for Rural and Remote Medicine Specialists is recognised as a suitable formal training course to support advanced specialised training in mental health with ACRRM.
Learn more about our accreditations.
In 2019 HETI Higher HETI will launch a new initiative to recognise the importance of collaboration with the wider academic community in scholarly activities. The provision of Honorary Academic titles will acknowledge collaborators who have:
For further information please contact us.
In 2018, HETI also introduced the appointment of Fellow of the Health Education and Training Institute to recognise and deepen the relationships with and contributions made by our non-academic health partners.
Please contact us to explore partnership opportunities.