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Our support team

Our support staff make sure interRAI courses run smoothly. Among many other duties, they post out your hardcopy course materials, process course registrations and answer your questions about training. They have a wealth of knowledge on all aspects of training and maintaining competence, and they're always glad to help.

You can email them on interRAI@tas.health.nz or call 0800 10 80 44. They are available to assist you 8.30am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.


Amanda Garnett: Training Administration Manager

Amanda has joined TAS from the University of Otago (Wellington), where she was Programme Manager for the Complex Rural Immersion Interprofessional Education Programmes for health professionals.

She left her native UK 13 years ago, spending time in Switzerland before arriving in Wellington in 2014. In the UK she worked as Senior Administration for Nursing and Midwifery education at the University of Plymouth.

Amanda holds qualifications in mathematics and education, and comes from a family of nurses. 


Tereska Kozera: Team Administrator 

Tereska joined the interRAI team in 2017, coming from a background in the petrochemical industry, environmental protection and education. Tereska has extensive organisational and administration experience.

As team administrator Tereska is responsible for supporting the national network of trainers and coordinating resources for interRAI trainees. She also assists with registration of trainees onto interRAI courses and responds to 0800 and email enquiries.

 


Priya Gopieswaran: Education Systems Specialist

Priya holds a Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering. She previously worked as a software engineer, specialising in web development.

Priya joined the interRAI team in October 2019 and is responsible for helpdesk support for online evaluations, and also managing and developing online training tools. Priya has strong organisational, customer support and interpersonal skills.