Introduction to Clinical Teaching for Registered Nurses
Level 7

CTN701 Introduction to Clinical Teaching for Registered Nurses

  • NMIT is part of Te Pūkenga

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  • Course code


  • Locations and dates


    24 October 2024


    14 August 2024
    23 October 2024
  • Fees

    Tuition: 211.00
    Student levy: 10.00
  • Credits


Develop the skills to preceptor nursing students and create an effective learning environment in just one day.

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Develop the skills to support effective learning for ākonga in healthcare settings. Hone your leadership skills and gain a range of teaching and learning strategies to help you become a confident clinical preceptor.

It is a regulatory requirement that all nursing ākonga are supported by an appropriately prepared, registered nurse. NMIT | Te Pūkenga collaborates with Te Whatu Ora, non-government and public health organisations to offer preceptor training. If you work for these organisations, this short course is fees-free. Identification might be required for enrolment.

Please note: This can be completed as a "stand-alone" course, but participants can receive five credits towards the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice, Level 7.

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