Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Train-the-Trainer Workshops

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16th Mar 2024
All Day

Next Course – Saturday 16th March in Nelson and Dunedin.

There is a strong demand for LARC training across Aotearoa. To help meet this need, the New
Zealand College of Sexual and Reproductive Health are providing LARC ‘Train the trainer’ courses for
health practitioners who are already competent in LARC procedures, as per the Long-Acting
Reversible Contraception: Health Practitioner Training Principles and Standards, and who want to
train others.
Funding is available for a number of health practitioners to attend the course for free. This includes:
• All midwives
• All community-based nurses
• Any health practitioner from approximately 300 high-needs practices identified by Te Whatu
Ora. A full list of practices is available on the NZCSRH website.
• Any health practitioner from a rural practice – those defined as R1, R2 or R3 on the Rural-urban classification for NZ health research and policy.

The next courses are:
• Nelson – Saturday 16 March
• Dunedin – Saturday 16 March.

More information about the Train the Trainer programme can be found on the NZCSRH website,
including eligibility criteria, fees/funding, course dates, and how to register your interest.
For any questions contact administration@nullnzcsrh.org.nz or rnzcgp@nullrnzcgp.org.nz