NETP - Nurse Entry to Practice -General Adult/Child Health stream
NESP - New Entry to Specialty Practice - Mental Health & Addiction Nursing Programme
Our Vision is for a healthier Northland, He Hauora Mo Te Tai Tokerau.
Our mission is to work together with Northlanders in partnership under the Treaty of Waitangi to:
The new graduate programmes are designed to support new graduate nurses in their first year of practice.
The aim of the programme is to develop: A competent practitioner; An accountable practitioner; and a reflective practitioner.
NETP has two intakes per year January and September; on average we have minimum 20+ per intake. Positions are vacancy based and are fixed term for 13 months.
Placements are generally offered at:
Those employed in Primary Health will be offered a position on the NETP programme i.e. Aged Residential Care facilities, GP practices, PHO, Iwi providers.
Please Note: Vacancy numbers or specific areas have not yet been confirmed for this intake.
Mid-Year Intake: September 2020
End of Year Intake: January 2021
Applications are made through the Nursing Advanced Choice of Employment (ACE) website.
Click here for eligiblity criteria.
The NETP programme is designed to provide a safe and well supported environment in which the Graduate Nurse can advance from beginner to competent practitioner. Preceptorship, reflective practice, critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning will be grounded in clinical nursing practice to develop the graduate's practice within the registered nurse scope.
The NESP programme supports nurses new to mental health and addiction services to develop their professional practice while developing the specific skills required for the speciality field of
mental health and addiction nursing. We are committed to supporting new graduate nurses in their first year of practice.
The programmes are for 12 months.
Upon successful completion of the NETP programme, the graduate nurse will receive a Northland DHB NETP Certificate of Achievement.