AMC: Australian Medical Council
The accreditation authority responsible for accrediting education providers and programs of study for the Australian medical profession.
AHMAC: Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council
The forum comprising the chief executives of state, territory and the Commonwealth Departments of Health.
AHPRA: Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
The national regulator of health practitioners under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
A training course that provides the foundation skills and knowledge for trainers and assessors to begin work in the vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Opportunity in a relevant professional setting for a health-sector student to build the knowledge, skills and attributes for professional practice, as identified by the education institution and/or external accrediting/ licensing body.
The oversight by a clinical supervisor of professional procedures and/or processes performed by a student or a group of students within a clinical placement for the purpose of guiding, providing feedback on, and assessing personal, professional and educational development in the context of each student’s experience of providing safe, appropriate and high quality patient care.
An appropriately qualified and recognised professional who guides students’ education and training during clinical placements. The clinical supervisor’s role may encompass educational, support and managerial functions. The clinical supervisor is responsible for ensuring safe, appropriate and high quality patient care.
COAG: Council of Australian Governments
The peak intergovernmental forum in Australia comprising the Prime Minister, state and territory premiers, chief ministers and the President of the Australian Local Government Association.
Commonwealth, state and territory governments of Australia.
Overseas Trained Doctor Network
Network managed by the General Practice Education and Training organisation to support international medical graduates to attain registration in Australia.
Scope of practice
The range of activities that a practitioner in an occupation or discipline may practice. Scope of practice is usually limited to what legislation allows for specific education and experience, and specific demonstrated competencies.
An educational technique that teaches and assesses health professionals’ skills, using scenarios that replicate real-life health issues in a safe and controlled environment.
Index of Relevant Information
|Requirements||Page in this report|
|Report of operations prepared by the directors||Note: it’s the entire page range of the Annual Report|
|Financial statements prepared by the directors, including ‘true and fair view’ statement||35-117|
|Auditor-General’s report on the financial statements||35-36 & 77-78|
|Approval by directors||3 (Transmittal Letter)|
|Exemptions from requirements||31|
|Other statutory requirements:
|Information about directors||25-31|
|Location of major activities and facilities||22|
|Statement on governance||22-24|
|Related entity transactions||31|
|Key activities and changes affecting the authority||32|
|Judicial decisions and reviews by outside bodies||32|
|Unobtainable information from subsidiaries||32|
|Indemnities and insurance premiums for officers||32|
|Disclosure requirements for government business enterprises||33|
|Index of Annual Report requirements||123-124|