Kiwi Veteran Owned & Operated

FAQs

Yes, PracMed NZ is a Private Training Establishment (PTE) that has been granted registration by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) under part 18 of the Education and Training Act 2020. The individual unit standards available are listed in the course descriptions.

For individuals booking on public courses, payment is required at the time of booking, via credit card at the checkout. You can request an invoice for direct debit by contacting our team.

Private courses can be paid via invoice. We have now partnered with Fee Funders to be able to offer split payments across 3 or 6 months. You can read their FAQs here or get a quick quote here.   This option is only available for private courses over $1,500.00 ex GST.

Contact us for more information.

Yes, we can. We have partnered with Fee Funders to help business spread the cost of their private courses across 3 or 6 months.   You can read the FAQs here, or get a quick quote here. This option is only available for private courses over $1,500.00 ex GST.

 Contact us if you'd like to discuss this option further. 

Unfortunately not. While we are able to offer ZIP ‘Own It Now, Pay Later’, we are not able to offer this for our courses.

We can offer split payments utilising Fee Funders finance, where you can split the payment of your invoice across 3 or 6 month.   Click here if you'd like a quote, or here if you'd like to read their FAQs

You can change your booking by contacting our friendly team at info@pracmednz.com - terms and conditions apply.

Private courses run with 10-15 students to ensure optimal student to teacher ratio, maximising the student’s learning experience.

We service Nationwide. Private courses can be conducted on-site, in-house, or we utilise training spaces such as community halls to facilitate our open courses.

Site requirements are listed on each individual course page.

No, we do not provide meals. We have 15 minute breaks for morning and afternoon tea and a 30 minute break for lunch. We recommend bringing snacks and food to ensure you do not miss any of the course - tardiness of longer than 15 minutes may result in a ‘not achieved’ result. Tea and coffee is available for all courses.

Wear comfortable clothing that you are able to comfortably move around in, preferably dark as you will be using ‘fake blood’. While it is water soluble, it is better to be safe than sorry!

It might be worthwhile bringing a light jacket for your comfort as well.

For health and safety reasons, you are required to wear closed in shoes.

We supply all the training materials you will need for the day. We recommend bringing snacks/lunch, a jacket and a bottle of water. If you can bring your National Student Number (NSN) with you (for Level 1 and Level 2 First Aid), that would be great. We will also need to sight valid photo identification.

For individuals or small groups, the easiest way is to follow the ‘register now’ links within the course you are attending. For large groups or private courses, use our ‘book now’ button at the top right hand corner of the screen.

In order to prevent disruption to our other students, doors are locked 15 minutes after the scheduled course start time. After this time, you will have missed part of the course and will be unable to complete it on that day. Terms and conditions apply.

Please contact our friendly team at info@pracmednz.com and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Students are required to be 16 or above, unless they have parental consent - contact us for more information

First Aid unit standards need to be requalified every two years. There is a three month grace period to allow you to attend a refresher course (minimum 6 hours training) or a full first aid course.

No, we do not provide any child minding services. Infants and children are not permitted within the training room.

You can check the date on your certificate, or log in to your learner profile with NZQA and view/print your NZ Record of Attainment (NZROA).  It will show you the date you completed your last course.

Scheduled courses which have been disrupted due to COVID-19 restrictions will be rebooked. All registrations will be automatically moved to the new date, and emails will be sent to each student.  Any student who is not available on the new date will be provided a refund. 

While we cannot offer courses during lockdowns, we are still operating under strict Government protocols in the regions that are not under restrictions.

Essential services may still be able to access training in lockdowns - contact us for more information.