Applications for 2021 closed on the 11th October 2020. To be placed on the waitlist please use the 'apply here' link below.
CCDHB works with Health Workforce (HW) and tertiary education providers to support registered nurses across the district to study towards postgraduate qualifications.
Nurses can apply for papers that build towards a postgraduate qualification. HW prioritise funding towards a qualification rather than individual papers i.e. Postgraduate Certificate (60 pts), Postgraduate Diploma (120 pt) or Master (180 and 240 pts).
Before you apply
Use the Four Steps to Career Planning to help you identify the goals, activities, timelines and resources you need to achieve your career vision and work through the career planning process.
Please make an appointment for a career conversation with one of the following people:
Career planning enables the following to be discussed:
- Whether your current role requires this level of preparation
- What your future career aspirations are
- Your level of role at present and PDRP level
- Alignment of your plan with the Nursing and Midwifery Priorities 2019-2023
- Likelihood of funding dependent on demand on this funding stream
The application form will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and you will not be able to save your progress if you cannot complete it in one sitting.
Mental Health Courses at Massey University
Massey University: Mental Health education
College of Health, School of Nursing - postgraduate courses (30 credits)
168.714 Advanced Assessment and Therapeutic Intervention in Mental Health
168.720 Clinical Specialty: Mental Health
College of Health, Bachelor of Health Science
Major in Mental Health and Addiction: Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction
Note. Maori Studies in located in College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Rehabilitation Services 147.102 Whakapiri: Engagement in Mental Health and Addiction
Māori Studies 150.103 Nau mai e noho: Engaging with Māori
Social Work 179.155 An Introduction to Helping Skills in Social and Community Work Practice
Public Health 231.106 Introduction to Public Health
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Director of Nursing, Primary & Community - Interim
Associate Director of Nursing, Workforce Development
University of Otago
Hear about the many postgraduate opportunities in health available through our Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch campuses or via distance learning – all from the comfort of your own home.
You'll be able to ask questions via chat and sit in on presentations for different subject areas, including Public Health.
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Registration for Postgraduate Virtual Information Evening is now open. We hope you are able to join us. Please register in advance.
For more information on the University of Otago’s postgraduate courses in health, visit otago.ac.nz/postgradhealth or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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