Eligibility

The New Zealand publicly funded health and disability workforce are eligible for the Ministry of Health funded face-to-face and online Courses for Working with CALD Patients; face-to-face Courses for Culturally Diverse Workplaces and face-to-face and online Courses for Interpreters.

Select one of the options below to find out if you or your organisation meet the criteria for free access to courses.

Individuals

Individuals within New Zealand are eligible for free access to eCALD courses if you meet either of the criteria below:

  • you are either a health practitioner or a non-clinical staff (eg customer service or admin staff/manager, receptionists, corporate staff/manager, etc) working in a:
    • primary, secondary and tertiary care organisation
    • non-governmental health organisation (NGO)
  • you are a health practitioner working in non-eligible organisations, eg a nurse working in a school. In this instance the school is a non-eligible organisation, however, the private practitioner is eligible to register as an individual private practitioner
  • you are an independent private health practitioner not working with any organisation, and your credential can be found in Linkedin, Healthpoint, or other sites for eCALD Admin validation process.

 

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Organisations

Organisations within New Zealand are eligible for free access to eCALD courses if you meet either of the criteria below:

  • your organisation is primary care or secondary care or tertiary care or non-governmental organisation (NGO) partially or fully funded by the Ministry of Health or District Health Boards
  • your organisation is the Ministry of Health.

 

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