Matua Raḵi and Te Pou offices are open across the country. However, we encourage you to contact our team by email or phone in the first instance - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.

 

Matua Raḵi and Te Pou offices are open across the country. However, we encourage you to contact our team by email or phone in the first instance - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.

The role of Authorised Officer - e-learning

This e-learning module provides an orientation to the role of Authorised Officer under the SA(CAT) Act.

Authorised Officers are central to the effective implementation and ongoing use of the Act.

Authorised officers will be the front line workers responsible for:

  • responding to applications under the Act
  • assessing people for whom applications have been made
  • communicating with family and whānau and others
  • helping people to understand the Act and its limitations
  • arranging specialist assessments.

Learning objectives for this module

Introduce learners to:

  • an overview of the role of authorised officers
  • the expectations of authorised officers
  • the responsibilities of authorised officers
  • specific activities/actions associated with the role
  • the functions of Authorised Officers within the context of the Act.

Access the e-learning module by signing up or logging in to learn.org.nz here

Please note: On your first visit you will need to create a log in using your email and a unique password. This will make it easier to return to access further modules that are developed.