The four ACP eLearning modules are a pre-requisite to attending the Level 1A classroom training. 


All health professionals working in direct patient contact

Time allocation

Personal development time of 1 hour and 15 minutes is given for each eLearning module.


For ALL staff who work at the Wairarapa campus.

Time required
30 - 45 minutes.

This course will cover the care and maintenance of CVL's

Key Learning Outcomes:

Following the completion of this course the RN/RM will be able to:

  • Outline key factors to consider when undertaking an assessment for the selection of a CVL
  • Describe how to care and manage different types of CVL’s
  • Identify potential risks / complications related to different CVLs’ and nursing interventions to avoid or correct these
  • Discuss the application of Infection control measures when caring for patients with a CVL
  • Undertake a practical competency assessment to demonstrate:
    • CVL dressing and injection port change technique
    • Administration of a medication via CVL
    • The technique of taking blood sample from a CVL

This course is worth 4 hours of Professional Development time.

The Nursing Council has published a new (2012) Code of Conduct setting out the standards of behaviour that nurses are expected to uphold in their professional practice.

In this module you will find:

  1. Instructions to complete the learning module
  2. Background to the development of the code
  3. New Zealand Nursing Council Road Show Presentation
  4. Scenarios
  5. Organisational Codes of Conduct
  6. Assessment
  7. Evaluation
  8. Downloadable Code of Conduct Documents

This course is worth 2 hours of Professional Development time.

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This is an optional quiz for all WrDHB employees

Time Allocation

10 minutes

Whanau Support Workers Experience (Video)
From the Delirium Management package



The aim of this course is to give you strategies so that the risk of you being attacked, cornered or harassed by a dog as you go about your legitimate duties is minimised.

This course provides a practical introduction to using the National Vital Signs Chart and Early Warning Score.


This course is for:

  • nurses who complete vital signs and early warning scores 
  • junior doctors who are primary responders for early warning score escalation
  • nursing and medical students (add or delete depending on the LMS the course is placed on)

Time allocation

20-30 mins