Health Workforce New Zealand (HWNZ) funding assists registered nurses undertaking postgraduate (Level 8) Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ) & New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved papers towards a formal postgraduate qualification.
Registered nurses working in clinical practice in the Whanganui region (primary health organisations, Whanganui District Health Board, non-government organisations and aged care sector) are invited to apply for HWNZ funding for 2017.
Applications open 15 August and close Friday 28 October 2016 at 1630hrs.
For further information and application forms visit Health Professional Learning & Development page
Or contact Margaret Gosnell, HWNZ coordinator on DDl (06) 348 3164 or email: email@example.com.
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Hauora Maori fund
The Hauora Maori fund assists individuals who deliver and provide health and disability services to Maori as part of the non-regulated workforce, to access formal education opportunities to develop formal competencies in their current roles, and develop their potential to move into other health sector roles.
To be eligible for this funding you must: be a current employee in a health and disability service funded by Whanganui DHB or Ministry of Health, have Maori whakapapa, enrol in an eligible training programme that focus on supporting Maori health. Funded programme(s) must be NZQA approved Levels 3 – 7.
Applications open from 15 August and close 4.30pm Friday 28 October 2016 at 1630hrs.
For further information and application forms please contact Lianne Kohere, Hauora Maori Training Fund coordinator on DDl (06) 348 1219 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org