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General PDRP Information

Please note: If you work for HVDHB you need to submit an E portfolio, a paper version will no longer be accepted. Paper versions are still accepted for our community partners. The submission dates for Proficient, Expert, Accomplished and Senior are the first working day of the month Feb-Nov inclusive. Any portfolio other than competent needs to be submitted to the assessment group on the E portfolio platform. You will need to join this group prior to submitting. If you are submitting competent this goes to your ward/area group. 

Have a current portfolio?Want to transfer it to our PDRP?

Completed and assessed portfolios from another PDRP that are less than 3 years old can be transferred to this PDRP for 12 months or until expiry of the portfolio, whichever is less. Please complete the Transfer form and send it to Nurse Coordinator for Professional Development along with a copy of the certificate or letter of achievement showing your current portfolio


NCNZ Audit Accepted as Competent PDRP

After consultation we have decided to accept successful NCNZ Recertification Audits as equivalent to a competent PDRP for the full remaining extent of its life (Portfolios and Audit valid for 3 years from completion).

A transfer form and a copy of the letter confirming successful completion of the audit should be sent to the Nurse Coordinator Professional Development for this to be valid.

Changes to Privacy requirements in PDRP Portfolios

There are new requirements for privacy and confidentiality in PDRP portfolios and tighter rules about what information can and can’t be included in a portfolio. Click here to see an explanation of these requirements. Please click here to see the NZNO guidelines on privacy in exemplars and case studies.

Huarahi Whakatū - Maori PDRP

Wairarapa & Hutt Valley DHBs Nursing and Midwifery Leadership (NAML) group recognise that the Huarahi Whakatu Maori PDRP 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 Ora website.

Please contact the Nurse Coordinator for Professional development for 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.