Our 2017 in-house training schedule is almost full. If you would like to run a course at your clinic/hospital please contact us to discuss possible course dates.


By hosting a course in-house for clinicians you will; 

  • Train with experts in their field
  • Receive up to 2 FREE COURSE PLACES
  • Receive a discounted course fee per participant
  • Provide professional development for your staff
  • Enhance your skill set
  • Expand the services offered at your practice
  • Improve patient outcomes and retention


Courses available:


Unite Health provides a range of CPD training courses for physiotherapists and equivalent degree therapists across Australia. Our range of courses can be delivered at your workplace or you can attend a course at one of our dedicated training centres across the country.  


In-house training – CPD Training for Physiotherapists
Delivering one of our training courses at your hospital, clinic or studio is a fantastic way to provide continuing professional development (CPD) for clinicians. CPD courses keep physiotherapists and rehabilitation therapists up to date with the latest research and teaching principles with the added benefit and comfort of running it at your workplace.





“We had a very positive experience hosting the the course at our hospital. The Unite Health Management head office provided an excellent service – responses to email and phone queries were prompt and informative and the staff were extremely pleasant to deal with. The course was conducted in an informal manner with ample time for both practical and theoretical elements. I would have no hesitation in running another training course for my staff at our hospital again”


“Excellent tutors – knowledgeable, professional, patient and great fun to boot! They made time fly in an interesting and practical way. The examples used were from their own patient practice and experience. There was an emphasis on modifying some of the more traditional exercises and the importance of being able to perform Pilates before teaching it to patients and clients. Each physiotherapy participant who may have had a dodgy shoulder or lower back went home with lots of practical advice to help address their own problems. As the course organiser I did not receive one negative comment; every participant reacted enthusiastically to the weekend. High praise indeed from a tough crowd! Praise to the administration staff also, who made this quite painless to organise. Again thanks for all your help.”