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Reauthorising of vaccinators whose vaccinators certificate has expired for more than six months


The process within Toi Te Ora Public Health for reauthorising a certified vaccinator whose vaccinator’s certificate has expired for more than six months

This will need to be assessed on a case by case basis, view page 634-635 of the Immunisation Handbook 2017 for more details.

To enable this process the nurse will complete the application form vaccinator expired and send the following evidence:

  • Proof of current annual practicing certificate (must include NZNC number and expiry date)

  • Indemnity insurance – this must be a currently dated letter from your provider confirming your membership/insurance i.e. NZNO.

  • Certificate of successful completion of Vaccinator Training Course (within the last 5 years, provided by IMAC) OR your current vaccinator certificate

  • Attendance certificate from your most recent Vaccinator Update couse (must be within the last 2 years)

  • Copy of the expired Vaccinator Authorisation Certificate

  • Full clinical assessment by an immunisation coordinator

  • Current CPR certificate - Core Immediate- airway and oxygen management

  • Summary of immunisation practice over last 12 months

Applications must be emailed to enquiries@toiteora.govt.nz

The Medical Officer of Health will review the evidence. If all evidence is present and correct a certificate for two years practice will be issued.
If any evidence is missing you will be advised and asked to provide this.

NB: Your certificate can not be issued until all the correct information has been received.

Last modified: 30 Jun 2020
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