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  • A

    • Acute Pain Management PDF, 116 KB

      Increase knowledge in the assessment and management of acute pain.

    • Acute Wound Study Day PDF, 197 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend health professionals knowledge on acute wounds.

    • Advanced Plastic Surgery Study Day PDF, 13 KB

      The Advanced plastic surgery study day is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who care for patients who have undergone complex plastic/reconstructive surgery. It helps nurses provide better education, support and care for their patients, and understand the techniques and procedures involved. The day includes sessions from expert speakers with many years of experience in the field.

    • ALERT PDF, 119 KB

      The ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment) course is a
      multidisciplinary course focusing on the recognition and management of the acutely unwell or deteriorating patient.

    • Applying Disability Equity Studay Day PDF, 168 KB

      After completion of this course, you will:
      • Be able to understand inequity disabled people face
      • become a role model, ally, and gain methods to minimise barriers
      • understand what inclusive healthcare looks like

  • B

    • Breast Surgery Study Day PDF, 27 KB

      The Breast Surgery study day is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who care for patients who have undergone Breast Surgery. It helps nurses and other health care professionals provide better education, support and care for their patients. The day includes sessions from expert speakers with many years of experience in the field.

    • Burns Management Study Day PDF, 115 KB

      The Burns Management study day is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who care for patients who have suffered burns. It helps nurses and other health care professionals provide better education, support and care for their patients. The day includes sessions from expert speakers with many years of experience in the field.

  • C

    • Chronic Wound Study Day PDF, 144 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend health professionals knowledge on chronic wounds which have stalled in the phases of wound healing and also to assess if a wound is non-healing and may need a Palliative approach.

    • CLR – HCA: Hospital & Community Based Staff PDF, 114 KB

      Internal (Te Whatu Ora HV) Staff only.
      An all-day course for clinical staff working in community areas and hospital based HCA staff including community mental health staff and other community based HCA staff.

    • CLR – Nurses and Midwifery: Hospital & Community Based Staff PDF, 119 KB

      Internal (Te Whatu Ora HV) Staff only. (Formerly Mandatory for Nurses)
      An all-day course for nursing and midwifery staff working in the hospital and the community including community mental health staff, RPH staff, non-medical vaccinators, school dental, school health team nurses and other community based nursing staff.

    • CLR Advanced Update Hospital & Community Based Staff PDF, 114 KB

      Internal (Te Whatu Ora HV) staff only. Centralised Learning requirements (formerly Mandatory Advanced)
      An all-day course for clinical staff working in hospital and community areas including community mental health staff.
      Pre requisite: staff attending this course will have a current NZRC Core Advanced Course certificate.

    • Communicating with non-English speaking clients PDF, 1.34 MB

      Interpreting New Zealand and Health New Zealand | Te Whatu Ora National Public Health Service Capital, Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa invite you to a special workshop on how to use interpreters in a clinical context, in order to meet the requirements of human rights and sign language legislation. This workshop is one of a series offered under the Regional Action Plan for Refugee Health and Well-Being.

    • CPR - Allied Professions PDF, 116 KB

      To provide update training in resuscitation and life support – to be completed every 2 years. Aimed at Allied Health staff.

    • CPR - SMO PDF, 110 KB

      To provide update training in resuscitation and life support.

  • D

    • Diabetes Care Givers Education Day PDF, 180 KB

      To give an overview of diabetes and diabetes care for Care Givers, Community Mental Health Workers, Health Care Assistants, anyone working with, caring for or supporting people living in the community with Diabetes

    • Diabetes for Primary Care - Initial Day PDF, 174 KB

      To give an overview of diabetes and diabetes care for registered nurses working in primary care / general practice.

    • Diabetes for Primary Care - Update Day PDF, 180 KB

      To give an update on diabetes related topics for registered nurses working in primary care / general practice.
      IMPORTANT NOTE - A participant must have attended and completed the Diabetes for Primary Care INITIAL DAY before enrolling for this UPDATE DAY.

    • Diabetes Intro Course - Day 1 & 2 PDF, 177 KB

      This course will increase your confidence in delivering diabetes care. It is taught by a variety of speakers and co-ordinated by the Specialist Diabetes Nursing Service at Hutt Valley. It is relevant for nurses and allied health professionals working with people with diabetes – primary care, hospital or community based.

  • F

    • Foundation Stroke Course PDF, 192 KB

      To provide health professionals with an understanding of Acute stroke, it’s management and the importance of the allied health team’s involvement in the recovery of stroke patients.

    • Fundamentals of Plastic Surgery PDF, 115 KB

      Fundamentals of Plastic Surgery is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who are new to caring for Plastic Surgery patients. It helps nurses provide better education, support and care for their patients undergoing various Plastic Surgery procedures. The day includes sessions from expert speakers with many years of experience in the field.

  • G

    • General Surgical Nursing - Advanced PDF, 195 KB

      General Surgical Advanced is aimed at teaching, upskilling and supporting nurses who have worked for some time in general surgical clinical areas. It helps nurses provide better education, support and care for their patients undergoing various general surgical procedures and / or patients presenting with general surgical illnesses and diseases.

    • General Surgical Nursing - Fundamentals PDF, 133 KB

      General Surgical Fundamentals is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who have recently started in general surgical clinical areas. It helps nurses provide better education, support and care for their patients undergoing various general surgical procedures and/ or patients presenting with general surgical illnesses and diseases.

  • H

    • HCA (Health Care Assistant) Training Day PDF, 139 KB

      The aim of this study day is to provide training to health care assistants. The course covers a wide variety of topics that are essential to health care assistant’s day to day work and has expert speakers from their respective fields.

    • Head and Neck Study Day PDF, 27 KB

      The Head and Neck Surgery study day is aimed at guiding and supporting nurses who care for patients who have undergone head and neck surgery. It helps nurses and other health care professionals provide better education, support and care for their patients. The day includes sessions from expert speakers with many years of experience in the field.

    • How to find us (Learning Centre) 2023.pdf PDF, 197 KB

  • I

    • Improvement & Innovation Workshop PDF, 125 KB

      The aim of this training is to provide information a trainee would need to run an improvement and innovation initiative in their area of work using a number of improvement and innovation tools. The training teaches how to approach your initiative with an equity focus ensuring Te Tiriti o Waitangi is the foundation for your initiative. Trainees are not expected to have a project in mind to attend this course.

    • IV Training - Advanced Central Venous Access Device (CVAD) Management PDF, 145 KB

      To train Hutt Valley hospital based senior registered nurses on the clinical assessment & management of central venous access devices with complications. (e.g. Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC), Non-Tunnelled Central Catheter (CVC/CVL), Tunnelled Central Catheter (Hickman), Totally Implanted Device (Port)

    • IV Training - Advanced Central Venous Access Device (CVAD) Management PDF, 134 KB

      To train Hutt Hospital based Registered Health Professionals on the clinical care & management of CVADs (e.g. Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC), Non-Tunnelled Central Catheter (CVC/CVL), Tunnelled Central Catheter (Hickman), Totally Implanted Device (Port)

    • IV Training - Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation Workshop PDF, 141 KB

      To train Registered Health Professionals in the procedure of peripheral venous cannulation.
      Please note this course is run in combination with the phlebotomy workshop.

    • IV Training - Phlebotomy Workshop PDF, 139 KB

      To train Registered Health Professionals in the procedure of phlebotomy.
      Please note this course is run in combination with the peripheral intravenous cannulation workshop

  • M

  • N

    • Nurse Induction Day PDF, 170 KB

      Induction day for nurses working in inpatients areas who are new to the hospital.

    • NZRC CORE Advanced PDF, 116 KB

      A one-day course for Health Professionals who may be expected to lead or take a key support role in managing a cardiac arrest or acute medical emergency.

      There is pre-reading and an eLearning test that need to be passed before attending this course.

    • NZRC Immediate Adult - CLR (Centralised Learning Requirements): Hospital & Community Based Staff PDF, 110 KB

      This course is designed for Shift Co-ordinators, ACNM’s or people who are expected to take charge of a deteriorating patient or patient emergency for the first few minutes before the Emergency Team arrive.

      There is pre-reading element to the course.

    • NZRC Newborn Life Support PDF, 111 KB

      This course aims to prepare staff for managing or taking part in resuscitation at birth. It is intended for all staff that may be called upon to resuscitate a baby at, or immediately after birth, comprises of pre-reading, delivered sessions and scenario practice.

  • O

    • Older Adult Mental Health Study Day PDF, 116 KB

      The aim of this study day is to expand the knowledge of health professionals regarding key aspects of mental health in the elderly. The course equips staff with the basic skills of mental health assessment and provides an understanding of the legal frameworks related to capacity and duty of care. The course provides basic information on common presentations including dementia, delirium and functional mental illness. It discusses non pharmacological interventions and strategies and pharmacological management.

  • P

    • Palliative Care Study Day: Advanced PDF, 136 KB

      This advanced palliative care study day is a follow on from the introductory day. Nurses who have attended the introductory day at Hutt Hospital or have attended other palliative care study days are welcome to attend. It will explore in more depth communication, psychosocial aspects of palliative care and symptom management so that nurses can utilise their nursing skills when working with palliative care patients and whānau.

    • Palliative Care Study Day: Introduction PDF, 115 KB

      The introduction to palliative care study is aimed at nurses working with patients who have palliative care needs and their family/whanau. It will assist nurses in providing holistic care, managing common symptoms and caring for the dying person.

    • PDRP Workshop PDF, 131 KB

      This 2 hour Professional Development and Recognition Programme (PDRP) workshop can support you with:
      • PDRP basics: what you need to know about completing your portfolio.
      • Writing your self-assessment against the NCNZ Competencies
      • Using the ePortfolio

      The Peer/portfolio workshops will refresh your knowledge of
      • Writing senior/peer assessments for your colleagues
      • Assessing portfolios

    • PLS Paediatric Life Support PDF, 111 KB

      The Paediatric Life Support (PLS) course is a one-day course provided by DHBs throughout New Zealand which is especially suited to junior doctors and nursing staff.

    • Preceptor Workshop - Nursing PDF, 124 KB

      At the completion of this course nurses will have an increased understanding of the important components needed for successful preceptorship.

    • Pressure Injuries Study Day PDF, 147 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend health professionals knowledge of Pressure Injury Prevention and Management.

  • R

  • S

  • T

  • V

    • VIP (Violence Intervention Programme) Core Training PDF, 17 KB

      This training is sponsored by the Ministry of Health and designed to ensure clinicians are able to recognise and respond effectively to the signs and symptoms of child abuse and intimate partner violence. There is an eLearning module that needs to be completed before attending this course.

  • W

    • Workplace Assessor Training PDF, 117 KB

      Workplace assessor training is designed to train assessors who need to evaluate performance against standards in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings. On completion participants will have increased understanding of all the factors that contribute to the successful completion of an assessment.

    • Wound Care Acute Study Day PDF, 164 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend health professionals knowledge on acute wounds.

    • Wound Care Chronic and Palliative Study Day PDF, 165 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend health professionals knowledge on chronic wounds which have stalled in the phases of wound healing and also to assess if a wound is non-healing and may need a Palliative approach.

    • Wound Care Fundamentals Study Day PDF, 188 KB

      The aim of this study day is to extend/refresh health professionals baseline knowledge on wound assessment and wound management including wound products

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