LINK TO TRAINING MODULES
The Modules can be accessed via the following link: https://onlinetraining.cvcprogram.net.au/ then follow the instructions on the front page once you have entered the website. ***If you have difficulty with the login, please read CVC Program FAQs : Training, Technical and Login.
Module One – Is your service ready? is now available.
Module Two – Care Planning and Coordination with the Flinders Program TM is now available.
Module Three – Managing Care Plans with disease-specific elements is now available.
Module Four – Veterans’ social isolation, mental health and wellbeing is now available.
Module One – Coordinated Veterans’ Care: Is your service ready
All modules are accredited for RACGP QI&CPD, ACRRM PDP and have been endorsed by RCNA and APNA. A Certificate of Completion is awarded upon successful completion of Modules One, Three and Four, and a Certificate of Competence will be awarded upon successful completion of Module Two.
Prior to starting the online training it is recommended you read: Coordinated Veterans’ Care Program: A Guide for General Practice . Printed copies of the Guide are available now and will be mailed to those GPs who receive a letter identifying a Gold Card patient as a potential participant. Copies are also be available by calling the CVC Provider Helpline 1300 550 597 or e-mailing contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Modules have been designed as a flexible, self-paced learning tool enabling individuals to design their own study timetable. CVC Program training FAQs.
Module One has five sections and this will take approximately six hours to complete.
1. Introducing the Chronic Care Model
2. The Health System
3. Improving Quality of Chronic Condition Care
4. Chronic Condition Self Management Support
5. Community Sector Support
Module Two has four sections and will take approximately ten hours to complete.
1. Care planning and coordination
2. Care planning process
3. Identifying and arranging access to interventions
4. Ongoing coordination, coaching and monitoring
You do not have to complete this module in one session, it may be completed over a number of sessions. You will need to complete Module 2, Sections 1 to 4 online, then submit a completed Care Plan to Flinders University, please allow 2 weeks to receive feedback. You will then be eligible to attend a one day workshop to complete a second Care Plan and finish the module. Workshop dates and registration are available at www.flinders.edu.au/dvacvc
Please note: the workshop is optional, Module 2 can be completed online or by using the DVD version.
Module Three has five sections and will take approximately six hours to complete.
2. Congestive heart failure
4. Coronary artery disease
5. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Module Four has three sections and will take approximately six hours to complete.
1. The issues
2. CVC Social Assistance options
3. Bringing it all together
If you have difficulty accessing the internet, training is available in DVD format.
To request either Module One or Module Two Manual or all Modules on DVD or to express interest in attending the Module Two supplementary workshop, please complete CVC training form and return completed form via one of the following methods:
Fax 08 8404 2101
Post Australian Medicare Local Alliance, P O Box 4308 MANUKA ACT 2603
Module One manual is available to download. Please note it is 2mb and is in pdf format.
Module One – Is your service ready? recommended readings
Module Two manual is available to download. Please note it is 6mb and is in pdf format.
While these modules contain information related to certain medical conditions and their treatment, they do not offer personalised medical diagnosis nor treatment advice. The content is intended for the use of qualified health practitioners and alone does not constitute medical or professional advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical or other professional qualified help or advice on any particular matter or to make any particular decision. Should you experience a medical condition yourself, promptly see a qualified health care provider.