Teaching assessor criteria
The Cornerstone Teaching module was designed to set the expectations of a teaching practice, and to ensure the effective and safe training of health workforce professionals.
By becoming a teaching practice, a practice is confirming their commitment to ongoing development of a next generation of clinicians – medical doctors, nurses, medical students, nursing students and other allied health professionals who benefit from working in a teaching environment.
Teaching assessor core competencies:
- Recent experience in primary health care general practice, PHO or similar health care environment
- Involvement in the delivery and/or assessment of health care training programmes
- Experience in assessment against standards
- Medical student mentoring programme
- Nurse Practitioner mentor system/program
- Student nurse and Graduate nurse (NETP) mentor programme
- Other teaching, mentorship or assessment qualification such as US4098
In addition to your CV, please upload a Word document with your responses to the following points:
Become an assessor
- Describe your direct and indirect involvement in teaching /mentoring in primary care.
- In your opinion, why should a practice complete the Teaching Module?