NSQHS Standards (second edition) - Module 6: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
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The AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Team has developed a series of e-Learning modules, focused on the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards (second edition).
The AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Team’s National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards (second edition) – Module 6: For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, takes an in-depth look at the six actions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, and their application in health organisations.e-Learning Modules
This e-Learning module supports learners to:
- Interpret the purpose of the six actions
- Categorise the six actions
- Apply the six actions relevant to their health organisation, and
- Identify what evidence can be presented to demonstrate compliance with the six actions.
The type of learning activities we offer include the combined use of multimedia and multiple instruction techniques, e.g. face-to-face interactive workshops, webinars, interactive e-Learning, self-directed learning.
Participants who attend a face-to-face training event or complete an e-Learning module or webinar, in full and without assessment, are awarded a statement of attendance.
Participants who complete a training program in full and meet the requirements of that training (e.g. pass an assessment where required), are issued a statement of completion.
Each learner can then use the certificates for applying for CPD points from their relevant peak body organisation.
The module is designed for all learners in the course, and will assist your health organisation to provide appropriate and safe care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers. The module is intended to be completed at a self-determined pace, and is structured in a way that addresses every action individually, examples of evidence that can be provided for assessment, and check-in questions to gauge comprehension of the material.
This module includes animations, audio and videos, as well as reading and case studies. Upon finalisation of the module, participants are provided with a certificate of completion for their records.
AGPAL & QIP Education and Training e-Learning modules can be licenced within organisations of all sizes, with competitively priced options ranging from a single user up to 400 users. With a variety of learning options available, select the User Licence that best suits your organisational needs.
This module has an estimated completion time of one hour.