Do you feel ready for private practice?
Are you already working in private practice?
Most graduates have had little exposure to a physiotherapy private practice prior to graduation and majority do not feel ready for working in a private practice. Also, physiotherapy private practice owners are reluctant to hire graduates into their businesses as they also feel they are lacking in fundamental skills that are required to succeed in private practice.
These skills include:
- Creating a recurrent clientele and retaining clients to fulfil treatment and rehabilitation plans.
- Business skills to sell and market in a private practice.
- Streamlined clinical assessments for private practice.
- Time Management to survive in a busy environment.
- Customer service skills for business physiotherapy.
Do you want to fast track to being a private practitioner?
The industry of physiotherapy is changing and we are seeing more and more graduates stepping into a private practice role as their first job. It is a competitive job market to secure the ideal graduate position for the best start to your physiotherapy career. You need to have an edge over your fellow graduates that makes you stand out as a prospective private practitioner.
All graduates have a baseline level of knowledge and clinical skills, but it will be what you know for a private practice business that will make you thrive and succeed in the early stages of your career.
Learn the skills you need for private practice.
Develop the language and communication skillset for a private practice setting to build a clientele, create a recurrent caseload, discuss frequency of sessions, diagnosis and recovery timeframes with your patients.
Learn how to ethically sell stock and customer service skills for a private practice setting
Learn time management and prioritising hacks for surviving in a busy practice.
Learn KPI data and business knowledge for an appropriate mindset for success in a private physiotherapy business
The processes of dealing with Work Cover, 3rd Party Insurers, DVA, NDIS & CDM case load.
Learn about investigations - when is appropriate, how to order and what to order for private practice.
Understand a private practice owner’s expectations for graduates/ students in their business.
Physiotherapy Student Additional Learning:
Construct a Physiotherapy Focused Resume for Private Practice Employment
Proficiency within an Interview Process for Private Practice Employment
Set up a profile on the Physiomentor Recruit Hub
Feedback and Consultation with a Physiomentor via email to create a private practice resume
Ongoing access additional online learning modules to prepare for a private practice interview and resume.
Set up of a profile on our Physiomentor Recruit Hub
Liason with a Physiomentor to discuss job offers and employment arrangements to get the best start to your career
Access to our online community of physiotherapy graduates, private practice owners and Physiomentors
Invest in your physiotherapy career.
Get private practice ready.
This course is for physiotherapy students, graduates or young physios already working or wanting to work in private practice.
The course will fast track and develop the skills you need to be a private practitioner. You will walk away with the knowledge that will make you an asset for private practice. You will have the necessary non clinical skills to be confident and prepared for private practice.
You will have the edge over your fellow graduates in the job market.
You will learn the skills that private practice owners want you to know now.
This will make you stand out from the many graduates applying for private practice positions and give you the choice of employers to start your career.
All graduates acquire similar clinical skills, but it is the business mindset for a physiotherapy private practice that will set you apart from the rest.
If you have already started in private practice and may be struggling to build a caseload or feel you are missing some skills for this role, then this is the course for you to fast track into a private practitioner.
You will have a designated personal Physiomentor for ongoing support after the course to assist your journey in the early stages of your physiotherapy career.
You will also have access to an online community of like-minded physiotherapy students, private practice owners and Physiomentors.