Transition to Practice Online Workshop Recordings & Resources
The 2021 Transition to Practice Online Workshop held on Sunday 19 September was a great success and a big thank you if you attended. We hope you enjoyed the content, the 3D virtual event experience and now feel ready to get registered and begin to practice.
If you didn’t get the chance to register for our first online workshop you can register now and gain access to the Transition to Practice recording and resources. Registration closes 8 October 2021.
The Transition to Practice online workshop was made available for all fourth and final year chiropractic students as well as S1 and S2 members.
The workshop featured a Q & A Panel of Practitioners, formed with nine chiropractors from across the country, and hosted by ACA Board Member, Dr Billy Chow. This Panel offered an opportunity to hear from early career colleagues about the positives and negatives of transitioning from student to practitioner, as well as being able to ask questions, seek advice and guidance on the dos and dont’s of practice.
Some of the key topics discussed included:
- moving into practice in a regulated health profession;
- contracts and employment law; and
- minimising your risk of complaint.
Christie has over 20 years’ experience as an educator having started her career as a secondary school health and physical education teacher. For about 15 years Christie’s career has been focused on developing risk management education resources and programs for various professionals. Christie has a keen interest in the role education can play in managing risk by raising awareness and changing behaviour.
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, Mark moved into human resources (HR) over 25 years ago. In 1992, Mark completed his Master of Commerce degree in Human Resources (UNSW). In 1991, Mark was part of the establishment of the HR Consulting Division at BDO Chartered Accountants and Advisers.
Glynis Grace is the ACA’s Professional Services Manager and is responsible for professional development and registration compliance for members. She manages the Transition to Practice workshop program and has been delivering it nationally since 2014.
The workshop will feature a Q & A Panel of Practitioners formed with nine of your colleagues from across the country and hosted by ACA Board Member, Dr Billy Chow.
The Panel offers the opportunity to hear from early career colleagues about the positives and negatives of transitioning from student to practitioner, as well as being able to ask questions, seek advice and guidance on the dos and dont’s of practice.
These sessions will aim to equip new graduates and new-to-practice chiropractors with strategies and insights into the first days of being in practice.