HEALTHCARE AUDITOR TRAINING COURSE

 

 
 

2020 COURSES

WELLINGTON

16 - 20 March 

CHRISTCHURCH

30 March - 3 April

AUCKLAND

18 - 22 May

CHRISTCHURCH

20 - 24 July

WELLINGTON

21 - 25 September

AUCKLAND

12 - 16 October

 

 
  

About Quality Plus Training
 

Quality Plus Training Ltd is a Private Training Establishment (PTE) under the provisions of the Education Act 1989.  Certificate Number 4823/1.


Quality Plus Training Ltd provides education and training based on Unit 8086 Demonstrate knowledge required for quality auditing (level 4) for the Health Auditor Training Course.   Quality Plus Training may award students who have satisfactorily completed this training course NZQA credit points against Unit Standard 8086, by applying the NZQA recognition of prior learning process.

 




 

MISSION STATEMENT

Quality Plus Training provides expert professional training and education to students working in healthcare seeking to achieve continuous quality improvement of service delivery outcomes.

We recognise that each student and each healthcare organisation may have needs that are unique and distinctly different from those of others, and work with them to meet those needs within current legislative requirements and current recognised best practice standards in the New Zealand health sector.

 

  • Quality Plus Training identifies new and current legislative and best practice standards for quality improvement and monitoring in the health sector via training and education sessions.
  • Quality Plus Training develops training and education sessions to effectively meet the needs of learners working in the health care sector.
  • Quality Plus Training offers relevant in-service training and education sessions developed to meet the needs of the employing organisations, its staff and its identified needs.
  • Trained and experienced facilitators with recognised competencies in the healthsector facilitate and deliver all courses offered by Quality Plus Training.

 These goals will be achieved by: 

  • Ongoing literature review, attendance at conferences/seminars, worldwide networking (both formal and informal) and assessing individual facilities' needs and requirements.
  • Liaising regularly with New Zealand Standards and other quality and health organisations and contracting facilities to ascertain current practice. 
  • Collecting and analysing student and contracting facility feedback in order to make changes to course material to effectively meet the learners' needs. 
  • Annual review of all course material to incorporate any new relevant standards and changes in healthcare practice. 
  • Ongoing review of courses.
  • Annual review of all course facilitators.