Allied Health Assistance - Draft 1

HLTSS00070 Allied Health Assistance Community Rehabilitation Skill Set Draft 1.0

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Skill sets


Allied Health Assistance – Community Rehabilitation Skill Set


This skill set reflects the skills and knowledge required for health assistants working under direction and supervision of an allied health professional in community rehabilitation, and is suitable for individuals who:

  • hold a qualification at Certificate III level or higher in Health or related field.


  • have skills equivalent to the qualification requirement validated through a recognition of prior learning process.

Pathways information

Achievement of these units provide credit towards a range of qualifications in the HLT Health Training Package, including HLT43021 Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.

Licensing / regulatory information

No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this skill set at the time of publication.

Skill set requirements

Unit code

Unit title


Support persons independence and community participation


Work within a community rehabilitation environment

Target group

This skill set is for individuals working in the health industry who wish to develop skills to provide assistance in community rehabilitation.

Suggested words for statement of attainment

These competencies from HLT Health Training Package meet industry requirements for work in allied health assistance in community rehabilitation.



"The current titles of the skills sets are reflective of the sectors that they represent within the allied health assistance industry and by aligning it more to the specialisations you are limiting the scope of employment that can be undertaken. The units within the Cert III and Cert IV align and allow for RPL into the Cert IV from the Cert III and changes within either unit will need to be reflected and aligned."

Tania Brown 02.07.2021 11.12AM

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Community Rehabilitation Specialisation

"Combine these two units together and add them to the OT and PT specialisations."

Raffaele Quattrocchi 04.06.2021 02.31PM

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