This interactive workshop provides strategies for managing the practical aspects of preceptorship. A preceptor is an experienced practitioner who is formally assigned, for a fixed period of time, to provide transitional support to an undergraduate or clinician into a new practice setting through role modelling, teaching, and socialising. The Preceptorship Workshop is a highly interactive study day, providing foundation theoretical knowledge with a focus on developing skills and providing strategies for managing the practical aspects of being a preceptor.
Please note: The content of this workshop is based on the RCH Nursing Preceptorship Model.
This workshop is suitable for Registered and Enrolled Nurses with a live APHRA registration working as a preceptor or interested in becoming a preceptor.
Nurses completing will receive 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. This is facilitated through 4 hours pre-learning and 8 hours classroom teaching.
The aim of the Preceptorship Workshop is to assist in developing foundation skills to support new nurses, undergraduate nurses and graduate nurses to transition into a new area, develop their knowledge and skill and integrate into your team.
A registration fee of $240 (incl.GST) applies for all bookings. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received within 28 days of the workshop date.
Places are limited so get in quickly to avoid disappointment.
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