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Free CPD webinars – book and view

Upcoming webinars

Webinar – Standards Framework and Scopes of practice

25 August 2022 1:30pm-2:10pm

About this event

Physiotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand is underpinned by three key regulatory documents: The Standards, The Code of Ethics, and the Practise Thresholds. In this webinar we’ll outline what they are, how they work, and what they mean for practitioners.

We’ll also be talking about scopes of practice, what are they, what do they mean for physiotherapists and how do they relate to the ‘Physiotherapists Practicing in a Defined Field Standard.

 

 

Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference – Professional Boundaries and He kawa whakaruruhau ā matatau Māori

8 to 11 September

We will be speaking at the PNZ conference about the Professional Boundaries Standard and He kawa whakaruruhau ā matatau Māori: Māori cultural safety and competence standard.

We will also have a stand for the weekend – if you are at the conference come over and have a chat!

 

Webinar – Regulating Practice

27 October 2022 1:30pm-2:10pm

About this event

We’ll discuss what Fitness to Practise means, when and how to make a health declaration and what happens afterwards, and take a look at how our complaints process works.

 

 

 

Webinar – Cultural Competence

23 February 2023 1:30pm-2:10pm

About this event

We explore what it means to practise in a culturally diverse environment, how to approach cultural competence, and our relevant standards.

 

 

 

View past sessions

Webinar – Recertification Programme
Recertification Audit

30 June 2022 1:30pm-2:10pm

About this event

Physiotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand is underpinned by three key regulatory documents: The Standards, The Code of Ethics, and the Practise Thresholds. In this webinar we’ll outline what they are, how they work, and what they mean for practitioners.

We’ll also be talking about scopes of practice, what are they, what do they mean for physiotherapists and how do they relate to the ‘Physiotherapists practising in a defined field standard.