CAP course Starts in April 2023 Paid internship at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Waitematā, Auckland
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- Employed Intern Opportunity for Competence Assessment Programme (CAP)
- Part time / Full time (minimum 0.7 FTE)
- North Shore Hospital, Waitakere Hospital
- Course Start April 2023
We have an exciting opportunity for Overseas Registered Nurses to be employed by Waitematā on a paid internship, whilst completing your Competency Assessment Programme! That's right, you are employed by us while doing your CAP course!This is a great opportunity to "earn while you learn" - once you have finished the course and obtain your APC, we can offer opportunities to continue in employment with us.
This course is designed to enable overseas registered nurses to meet the requirements for registration as a nurse in accordance with the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003. The course will be underpinned by the frameworks consistent with the Treaty of Waitangi and a partnership model of nursing. It will provide students with the skills and knowledge to nurse within the New Zealand health context.
You will need the following to take part on the course:
- Certified copy of a letter from the Nursing Council of New Zealand
- Certified copy of IELTS / OET result.
- Certified copy of your passport and / valid visa.
- Certified copy of a Police Clearance from the Country where you are currently registered as a nurse.
- You must have at least 2 year’s experience as a Registered Nurse
- All overseas applicants will need to hold a current New Zealand Resident Visa or Open Work Visa with NO conditions of employment
- Internationally qualified nurses will be considered if the applicant is currently living in New Zealand and has been working in a health care environment eg Health Care Assistant for a minimum of 6 months.
- To provide a course for overseas nurses seeking New Zealand Nursing Council recognition
- To provide an understanding of nursing in a New Zealand context
- To assess competence for the overseas nurses scope of practice within a New Zealand healthcare setting. (Under the Health Practitioners Competency Assurance Act 2003)
The course must be completed within 10 weeks. This includes 8 study days, a minimum of 200 clinical hours, and completion of a Level 2 portfolio. The clinical hours will be based in a clinical setting with support from a Senior Registered Nurse.
For more information on the CAP programme, please contact Jacqui Finch, Nursing Director by email on Jacquelyn.Finch@waitematadhb.govt.nz
Submit your EOI online! You will need to have your electronic CV and cover letter ready to upload, and you must also submit the documentation as listed above.
Please note: This is an expression of interest and you are not guaranteed a position.
Job Reference: CAP0423
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|Employer:||Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Waitematā|
|Position type:||Permanent Part time|
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