Further diploma intake in 2021
Announcement from the Medical Sciences Council Tuesday 14 April:
In light of the disruptive impact of COVID-19 for education providers, Peter Larmer from AUT has advised that there will be a further intake into the AT diploma programme for anaesthetic technicians in 2021.
NZATS presentation on COVID-19
Please find the presentation distributed to members for download here.
NZATS presentation on COVID-19
COVID-19 airway management resources
SAS COVID 19 infographic 1
SAS COVID 19 infographic 2
SAS Covid 19 Intubation Checklist A4
Employment opportunity: Head of Department/Programme Leader – Anaesthetic Technology
If you wish to be involved in the the development of the Anaesthetic Technician academic program please check out the job advertisement here.
Head of Department/Programme Leader – Anaesthetic Technology
Part-time permanent position (0.5 FTE)
The School of Clinical Sciences at AUT University seeks a part-time permanent (0.5FTE) Head of Department/Programme Leader for the Department of Anaesthetic Technology which will be situated at the AUT South campus in Manukau.
The successful applicant in this role will assist in the development of a Department of Anaesthetic Technology and will be expected to make senior contributions to its academic programme development, emerging research capacity and linkages with relevant health agencies. Leadership of the new department is an important component of this position. The appointee will be experienced in Anaesthetic Technology practice and have an understanding of academia. The department offers scope to further development of programmes and research projects.
In addition to teaching, the appointee will be encouraged to conduct research in their own area and to work with other researchers active within the School of Clinical Sciences and the wider university.
This role reports to the Head of School of Clinical Sciences and will be a key contributor to the development of the new degree programme in BHSc Anaesthetic Technology, ensuring delivery and implementation of the programme curriculum.
Applicants must submit their CV as well as a cover letter, addressing the following key selection criteria: –
- Formal qualifications as outlined in person specification
- Experience in teaching and research in Anaesthetic Technology
- Ability to analyse and evaluate information, to think critically and exercise sound judgement in problem solving
- Able to initiate and manage change and demonstrate leadership capabilities
This position presents an opportunity to join a friendly and innovative team at AUT’s South campus in Manukau.
Closing Date: April 7th 2020
NZATS Open Forum postponement
The difficult decision has been made to postpone the NZATS Open Forum originally organised for this Friday. While there is no official directive for domestic travel we feel that it would be irresponsible professionally for this event to take place in the current situation.
We apologies for any inconvenience, but everyone’s safety is paramount.
We will announce a rescheduled date once the situation has settled down.
Conference scholarship for Trainee Anaesthetic Technicians
NZATS in collaboration with Braemar Charitable Trust are delighted to announce a new scholarship for Trainee Anaesthetic Technicians. If you wish to download a poster you can click here.Braemar Scholarship-3
You must be a logged-in member of NZATS to view this page.
Registration Examination results
We are pleased to announce the results of the registration examination today can de found here.
2020 National AT Day posters
Tuesday 10 March is the day to celebrate our profession, feel free to print and display these posters. Have you got an idea for next year? Let us know
National AT Day 2020 Smiley
National AT Day 2020 Ciaran