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Te Pou is providing national training for those who want to be HoNOS family trainers (the HoNOS family includes: HoNOS, HoNOS 65+, HoNOSCA, HoNOS LD and HoNOS secure) using a virtual training approach. While this will be virtual training it will still be interactive using a modular approach to training. These virtual trainings will be repeated in early 2021. All trainings are free. To become a trainer trainees will need to complete module 1, 2 and 3.
Please register for each of the follow modules:
This condensed national 3 module training will equip clinicians with the necessary skills and knowledge to become HoNOS trainers within their own DHB or service. The training is open to any mental health clinician in NZ who would like to be a trainer.
Our ideal participant will:
Your expected outcomes:
It’s free to attend, but transport and accommodation costs are the responsibility of your DHB or organisation. Please check with your manager or team lead before registering to attend.
Registrations close 5pm Friday 2 October 2020.