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National OT’s Virtual Experience

This talent trial is a short 3-4 hour online program developed by National OT to provide you with a teaser of life as a graduate in their workplace. The Virtual Experience consists of a number of mini projects resembling real work scenarios, designed to test and develop your professional skills. As you complete the modules you will unlock model answers, allowing you to assess your performance in real time. This Virtual Experience is a great way of seeing if National OT is a good fit for you. The program is free, and can be completed in your own time, from anywhere!

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Virtual Experience

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
Qualifications Accepted
Occupational Therapy

What’s in it for you?

This Virtual Experience is also a Talent Trial - which means we are actively reviewing responses and identifying top performers for recruitment purposes. If you do well in one of these Virtual Experiences you can opt-in to be contacted about future opportunities with us! If this is something you’re interested in make sure you tick the opt-in box when you register below! 

Completing this Virtual Experience will give you insight into what it would actually be like to work for National OT as a graduate therapist. On top of that, you gain real skills, invaluable experience and the confidence you need to be successful in your early career.


Welcome to National OT’s Virtual Experience.

National OT is a leading provider of Allied health therapy services with one of the largest teams of therapists in Australia. Our Therapists work in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Speech Pathology clinical streams and have the opportunity to gain experience working with clients of all ages, with various disabilities and across different funding schemes. Our therapists also work in a variety of roles including as clinicians, supervisors, team leaders, clinical specialists and managers.

What you’ll learn

In this virtual experience you will be making recommendations for modifications to the home environment for an NDIS participant. Your tasks will include:

  •  A review of the participant’s occupational performance challenges related to his disability and how these impact on his daily life.
  • An assessment of the participant’s current living situation and environment.
  • Recommendations to modify the environment in order to improve access and functionality.

Ready to get started?

Click Register to begin.