Preceptor Programme

What's a preceptor?

A preceptor is a person trained to orientate new staff enabling them to function safely, effectively and in a manner that the patient/client determines is culturally safe.  

For more information read the Preceptor Handbook:

  • Selection Process        
  • Person Specification
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Rostering and Staffing Guidelines
  • Learning Contract
  • Evaluation Forms
  • Course Dates 2017

Course Dates 2017

Perceptor one-day updates

  • Thursday 16th March at Ko Awatea, room 202
  • Thursday 20th April at Ko Awatea, room 202
  • Thursday 18th May at Ko Awatea, room 202
  • Thursday 31st August at Ko Awatea, room 203
  • Thursday 28th September at Ko Awatea, room 202
  • Thursday 9th November at Ko Awatea, room 203

Perceptor two-days programme

  • Tuesday 28th February and Wednesday 1st March 2017 
  • Tuesday 28th March 2017 and Wednesday   29th March 2017
  • Tuesday 11th April 2017 and Wednesday 12th April 2017
  • Tuesday 9th May 2017 and Wednesday 10th May 2017 (Midwives)
  • Tuesday 13th June 2017 and Wednesday 14th June 2017
  • Tuesday 19th September 2017 and Wednesday 20th September 2017
  • Tuesday 17th October 2017   and Wednesday 18th October 2017
  • Tuesday 21st November 2017 and Wednesday 22nd November 2017 (Midwives)

Related documents for Preceptorship Programme


Enrolment for the Preceptor 2 Day Study Course is NOT done via OneStaff.

Please complete the Application form and/or send to:

Nursing Administrator
3rd Floor, Esme Green Building
Middlemore Hospital
Private Bag 93311
Otahuhu 1640

For any further queries:

Angela Mikaele
Building Capability Administrator
Ko Awatea | Centre for Workforce & Leadership Capability
Phone: 09-276 0044 | Ext 2560