Your profile is visible to the Fora Team and clients you have applied to work with. It’s good to keep in mind that your profile is the only information prospective clients are provided with initially. This means the information you provide helps clients make a decision on whether or not to organise a Meet & [...]
Create a Fora account: https://www.foratherapy.com/get-started/ Complete your profile which includes the following info Name Contact details Field of study Relevant experience through paid work, volunteer, placement Upload the following to your account Working with children check National Police check Student card, proof of enrolment or certificate of completion First aid certificate Two professional referees First [...]
During your phone interview we discuss: Your experience Your availability Where you want your career to take you Your understanding of the role of an allied health assistant Your understanding of the allied health assistant Guidebook and these FAQs This helps us to understand you and your readiness to begin working with vulnerable people. Your [...]
At the end of the interview you will be notified whether or not we think you are appropriate to work as an allied health assistant. If the answer is yes, you'll be invited to finalise verification. This involves: Submitting identification documents (to allow us to complete a 100 point identification check) Passport or other primary [...]
After passing the phone interview, the Fora team will need to verify your documents and conduct checks. Once positive results come back, you will receive a welcome email from us. When you become part of our allied health assistant team, you will be email alerted to opportunities within a 20-minute drive from your location via [...]
Fora acknowledges the Wurundjeri and the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we work. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present and future.