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Please click here to download the Current Hutt Valley DHB 2014-2016 PDRP Handbook 

Planning to submit your portfolio? Need some help?

For nurses working at Hutt Valley DHB or the local community, the following PDRP Open Door sessions will be held between 1:30 and 2:30pm in the Learning centre, Hutt Hospital and are open to all nurses, including those in Aged Care, Primary and NGOs:

23 November 2016 - Meeting Room 311 May 2017 - Tutorial Room 17 September 2017 - Tutorial Room 1
6 March 2017 - Tutorial room 110 July 2017 - Tutorial room 1

Need some help writing competencies, click here to download the dates for the Competency Writing Clinics for 2017

Please contact me, outside these times for more help and support.

PLEASE NOTE: I no longer cover PDRP for Wairarapa DHB. If you work in the Wairarapa DHB area, please contact PDU at Wairarapa DHB for help.

Please click here to download the 2017-2019 dates for submission of proficient and expert/accomplished portfolios for assessment at Hutt Valley DHB. 

Transfer of PDRP from another organisation

If you are a new employee wishing to transfer a current PDRP portfolio from another NCNZ approved organisation please complete the transfer form and send this with a copyof your PDRP certificate or letter of achievement from your previous employer (showing your current portfolio) to Karen Shaw – Nurse Coordinator Professional Development. Please note that transfer forms are NOT currently required between Hutt Valley and Wairarapa DHB's.

Please click here to download the transfer form.

Huarahi Whakatū - Professional Development Recognition Programme

Wairarapa & hutt Valley DHBs Nursing and Midwifery Leadership (NAML) group recognise the Huarahi Whakatu Maori PDRP as a legitimate programme that supports Maori Nursing workforce across our Nursing services. Portfolios completed on the Huarahi Whakatu Maori PDRP will be recognised by both DHBs for the full length of the portfolio (3 years). For more information about the Huarahi Whakatū PDRP please visit the Te Rau Matatini website.