Preceptor Programme

What's a preceptor?

A preceptor is a person trained to orientate new staff enabling them to function safely, effectively and in a manner that the patient/client determines is culturally safe.  

For more information read the Preceptor Handbook:

  • Selection Process        
  • Person Specification
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Rostering and Staffing Guidelines
  • Learning Contract
  • Evaluation Forms

Course Dates 2018

Perceptor one-day updates

  • Thursday 19 April at Ko Awatea room 203
  • Thursday 24 May at Ko Awatea room 203
  • Thursday 21 June at Ko Awatea room 203
  • Thursday 6 September at Ko Awatea room 202
  • Thursday 25 October at Ko Awatea room 202
  • Thursday 22 November at Ko Awatea room 101

Perceptor two-days programme

  • Tuesday 20 February and Tuesday 6 March
  • Tuesday 27 March and Tuesday 10 April
  • Tuesday 24 April and Tuesday 8 May
  • Tuesday 29 May and Tuesday 5 June
  • Tuesday 26 June and Tuesday 3 July
  • Tuesday 11 September and Tuesday 25 September
  • Tuesday 2 October and Tuesday 16 October
  • Tuesday 30 October and Tuesday 13 November
  • Tuesday 27 November and Tuesday 11 December

Related documents for Preceptorship Programme

Enrolment

Enrolment for the Preceptor 2 Day Study Course is NOT done via OneStaff.

Please complete the application form and/or send to:

Programme Coordinator
Learning Programme Support Team
3rd Floor, Esme Green Building
Middlemore Hospital
Private Bag 93311
Otahuhu 1640

For any further queries:

Marian Van Den Burg
Programme Coordinator
Email: Marian.VandenBurg@cmdhb.org.nz
Phone: 09-276 0044 | Ext 58857