Student Placements

Applications will be open in November 2020 for 2021 Placement opportunities.

Students seeking Student Placement opportunities must review the following information and application details on the PCC website, and liaise with their relevant careers/placement advisor at their Educational Institution prior to completing an online application. Not all applications will be successful, but all applicants will hear from a member of our Placement Team within two-weeks of an application submitted.

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Primary Care Connect will provide culturally appropriate mentors on request for students who are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander or who are from a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse background. Both female and male mentors are available, in addition to usual placement supervisors.

What kind of placement can you do at Primary Care Connect? 

Community Health Nursing

Students will gain experience in the areas of;

  • Diabetes Education
  • Weight Management
  • AgriSafe (Farmer Health) Clinics 
  • Cardio Pulmonary Health 
  • Refugee Health Nursing Program


This placement is specifically for University Students studying Dietetics, and will provide access to our program and two highly experienced Dieticians.

Allied Health

Students will gain experience in the areas of;

  • Health Coaching
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Personal Training
  • QUIT Education
  • Cardio Pulmonary Health 

Administration Services

This placement will include;

  • Reception Duties
  • Coordinating room bookings
  • Data Entry
  • Event Preparation
  • Clinical Paperwork

Health Promotion 

This placement includes;

  • Community Event Management
  • Community Education Sessions
  • Gambler’s Help Education
  • Community Garden Projects
  • Health Literacy Projects

General Community Health 

Students will have the opportunity to experience each of the above areas throughout their placement period.