This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more
Develop the skills to preceptor nursing students and create an effective learning environment in just one day.
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.