Kalandra Gateway Programmes

Kalandra Education Group is a government approved and funded, private training organisation with a focus on healthcare training. We have a broad suite of Gateway programmes that provide our secondary school partners with training and resources which enable students to gain credits and health sector knowledge and skills. 

Summary of Programmes

Programme Details Below

 

The Process:

 

Costs

Please note: There are no refunds available once a learner login has been provided.

Our provider code: 9133 site 3.

 

More Information

Please see the following documents for more information


GATEWAY PROGRAMMES

Supporting People With Disabilities

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 2 SP1 Communication disability (26982) The learner will be able to describe optimal communication with people with a communication disability Yes 4
  SP2 Intellectual disability (16870) The learner will be able to describe intellectual disability and the support needs of a person. No 4
Level 3 SP3 Physical disability (16871) The learner will be able to describe the causes and characteristics of physical disability and the support needs of a person. No 4
  SP4 Services available (1828) The learner will be able to identify agencies and organisations that provide support services for people with disabilities and describe their objectives. No 4
  SP5 Ageing process (23387) The learner will be able to describe the ageing process and its impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. No 7

Dementia

If you would like to pursue other dementia units that require work placement, please contact us

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 3 D1 Interaction supports and reporting for dementia (26974) The learner will be able to describe interaction, supports, and reporting for people with dementia. No 6
Level 4 D2 Dementia, support and safe practice for dementia (23920)

The learner will be able to describe dementia, support and safe practice when supporting people living with dementia.

No 6

Palliative Care

If you would like to pursue other palliative care units that require work placement, please contact us

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 3 PC1 Key principles of palliative care (28738) The learner will be able to describe the key principles of palliative care and the support worker’s role in a palliative approach to care. No 3

Mental Health and Addiction Support

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 3 M1 Factors that contribute to mental health (26971) The learner will be able to describe factors that contribute to mental health wellbeing and mental health problems. No 3
  M2 Interventions and models (26972) The learner will be able to describe interventions and a model used by mental health support workers. No 4
Level 4 M3 Mental health and addiction issues (26984) The learner will be able to describe mental health issues, addiction issues, and the potential impact of co-existing mental health and addiction issues. No 5

Core Health

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 3 CH1 Anatomy and physiology of systems and organs (27457) The learner will be able to describe the anatomy and physiology of systems and associated organs of the human body. No 6
  CH2 Persons nutritional requirements and feeding issues (27460) The learner will be able to describe a person’s nutritional requirements and feeding issues. Yes 3
  CH3 Pressure injuries and pressure care (28737) The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of pressure injuries and pressure care. Yes 4
Level 4 CH4 Human cardiovascular system (12700) The learner will be able to describe basic composition and function of blood, and normal structure and function of the heart and blood vessels. No 3
  CH5 Human digestive system (12706) The learner will be able to describe normal structure and function of the digestive system, the process of digestion, and the absorption and metabolism of the products of digestion. No 2
  CH6 Integumentary system (12713) The learner will be able to able to describe the normal structure and function of the skin, hair and nails. No 1
  CH7 Human musculoskeletal system (12719) The learner will be able to describe the normal structure and function of the bones and joints of the skeleton and function of the muscular system. No 2
  CH8 Nervous system (12722) The learner will be able to describe the overall organizational structure and function of the human nervous system. No 5
  CH9

Human respiratory system (12728)

The learner will be able to describe the normal structure and function of the respiratory system and the factors influencing respiratory function. No 3
  CH10 Urinary system (12731) The learner will be able to describe the normal structure and function of the urinary system. No 2
  CH11 Diseases and disorders (14785) The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of diseases and disorders in the human body. No 9

Community Support Services

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 2 CS1 Moving equipment and people (23452) The learner will be able to move equipment and support people to move. Yes 3
  CS2

Pre-packaged medication (23685)

The learner will be able to understand pre-packaged medication and support a person to use pre-packaged medication. Yes 2
  CS3 Restraints and enablers (26976) The learner will be able to understand situations where enablers and restraints may be used. No 2
  CS4 Response to a death (26979) The learner will be able to describe the immediate response to the death of a person. No 2
  CS5 Personal plan requirements (28545)

The learner will be able to describe the purpose and requirements of a personal plan and goals.

Yes 5
  CS6 Wellbeing and quality of life (28548) The learner will be able to describe factors that affect the quality of a person’s lifestyle and support them to pursue interests and activities Yes 3
Level 3 CS7 Prescribed medication (20827) The learner will be able to support a person to used prescribed medication. Yes 3
  CS8 Epilepsy and supports (20965)

The learner will be able to understand epilepsy and the support needs of a person with epilepsy.

No 4
  CS9 Support needs for people with brain injury (20966) The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of support needs of a person with a brain injury. No 6
  CS10 Personal care needs (23386) The learner will be able to describe a person’s personal care needs and support a person to meet personal care needs. Yes 5

Health and Disability Principles

NZQF Level Code Component Information Workplace Requirement Credits
Level 1 HD1 Health or disability service (23384) The learner will be able to describe health or disability services. No 2
Level 2 HD2 Infection control requirements (20826) The learner will be able to describe infection control requirements.  Yes 3
  HD3 Role of the support worker (23451) The learner will be able to describe the role of a support worker. Yes 2
  HD4 Persons rights (23686) The learner will be able to describe a person’s rights.  Yes 1
  HD5 Recognise and report risks and changes (28517) The learner will be able to recognise and report risks and changes for a person. Yes 5
  HD6 Interact with people (28518) The learner will be able to interact with people to provide support. Yes 5
  HD7 Safe and secure environment (28519) The learner will be able to maintain a safe and secure environment for people and support workers. Yes 6
  HD8 Impact of culture on support (28529) The learner will be able to identify the impact of culture on support. Yes 5
Level 3 HD9 Value of relationships (1818) The learner will be able to describe the value of relationships in people’s lives. No 3
  HD10 Risk management planning (23389) The learner will be able to describe risk management planning. No 3
  HD11 Culturally safe principles and pacific values (25987) The learner will be able to describe culturally safe principles and pacific values for a person in a health or wellbeing setting. No 6
  HD12 Vulnerability and abuse (28521) The learner will be able to recognise and describe responses to vulnerability and abuse. No 5
  HD13 Persons holistic needs and their impact (28524) The learner will be able to describe a person’s holistic needs and their impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. No 5
  HD14 Culturally safe Māori operating principles (28543) The learner will be able to describe culturally safe Māori operating principles and values, and their application.  No 5
  HD15

Incontinence and interventions (28546)

The learner will be able to describe incontinence and interventions to assist a person.  Yes 5

This page was updated: 2 April 2020

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