|National Standards Course Mapping|
|Professional Development Pathways|
|Reflective Group Clinical|
|Student Clinical Placement|
|SWSLHD Competency Assessments|
|NSW Health RTO|
|Enquiries and Feedback|
There are six Professional Development Categories (PDCs) that define the area of expertise a course may cover. CEWD recognises that career and learning pathways are unique to the individual and the PDCs provide a range of courses which allow the tailoring of those pathways. The PDCs aim to more clearly illustrate an education framework that supports the key functions of the health workforce.
Health practitioners who are engaged in any form of practice are required to participate regularly in CPD that is relevant to their scope of practice in order to maintain, develop, update and enhance their knowledge, skills and performance to help them deliver appropriate and safe care” Australian health Practitioner Regulation Agency 2019.
CEWD provides a suite of courses designed to support staff to develop knowledge and skills relevant to their roles, and, where applicable, to meet the requirements of professional registration.
CEWD is one of the major delivery sites for NSW Health Registered Training Organisation (RTO) 90198. CEWD provides accredited training, resulting in the issuance of qualifications, skill sets and standalone units of competency ranging from Certificate III to Diploma levels. At this stage, the RTO courses offered by CEWD are open to SWSLHD employees only.