Fully funded APNA online training for CVC care coordinators ending soon

DVA has provided funding to the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) for a capped number of fully funded training licences to Nurses and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Workers who have patients participating in the Coordinated Veterans’ Care (CVC) Program.

This is to support the delivery of the best possible care to veterans participating in the program.

The licences are for two online learning modules:

  • Chronic disease management (2hrs)
  • Care planning (3hrs)

Care coordinators need to apply before 21 June 2022 to access a training licence for free, however the modules can be completed at any time and at your own pace.

Certificates of completion are provided. Optional reflection templates are available for recording Continuing Professional Development hours.

Register via the APNA website today!

If you have any questions, please email education [at] apna.asn.au.

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