What should I wear? Is there a uniform?

We have no formal uniform.

We recommend that our allied health assistants dress in smart-casual attire to maintain professionalism.

The only time we recommend dressing in more business-casual attire is for the meet and greet. It’s kind of a two-way interview, so it helps to dress up slightly more to create a good first impression.

For regular sessions, smart-casual attire means tops with minimal logos or designs, blouses, polo shirts, sweaters, chinos, nice jeans, and practical footwear (clean sneakers or black work shoes).

Please avoid wearing things like hoodies, tracksuits, thongs, jeans with holes, singlets, etc. — this would be considered too casual for work.

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