Clinical Education Centre

With an elegant spacious interior, the Clinical Education Centre (CEC) is a leading conference facility in Auckland. The centre is open Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 5pm. For all functions outside of these hours please contact the CEC Manager / Coordinator to discuss your individual requirements. 

Facilities include:

  • Two auditoriums (1 x 205 seats) (1 x 100 seats)
  • Seven function rooms  (1 x 70 seats) (2 x 50 seats) (2 x 20) seats (2 x 10 seats)
  • The Davis Room (16 seats) available for quiet reading, research and study
  • A trade and display area (12 stands)
  • Gathering area for refreshments and catering
  • State-of-the-art audio-visual equipment

For more information, refer to the following sections.

Bookings | Rooms and equipment | Catering | Pricing | Getting here | Contact

Bookings

To make a booking follow the four easy steps below:

  1. Check availability of rooms by emailing cec@adhb.govt.nz or contact (09) 307 4949 ext 23012.
  2. Complete one of the booking forms below:
    1. Public users [PDF, 30 KB]
    2. ADHB users [PDF, 32 KB]
  3. Fax form to (09) 307 2843 or mail to:
    1. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Clinical Education Centre Level 5, Auckland City Hospital Park Road, Grafton Private Bag 92024 AUCKLAND
  4. The CEC Coordinator will confirm your booking.

Rooms and equipment

Please note the following when booking rooms:map of cec

  • All audio-visual equipment in the auditoriums and the breakout rooms is included with the room booking. 
  • All computer systems run on Office 2007. 
  • Users will have basic trouble-shooting support from the on-site CEC staff between the hours of 7.30am–5pm. Dedicated technical support for the audio-visual equipment is available for the duration of an event. We recommend this option if you are hosting a large event with a number of presentations. This must be booked in advance and will be subject to additional costs. Please book this with the CEC Coordinator.
  • Additional items of audio-visual equipment are available at a charge.
  • All users will be liable for all costs arising from damage or loss of any CEC equipment.
  • Regular users are encouraged to attend a basic training session in the use of A/V equipment. Please contact the CEC Coordinator to arrange a time.

Auditorium

The auditorium has 205 comfortable tiered seats, 160 of which have built-in tables. The AMX touch screen control panel may be positioned anywhere within the auditorium allowing full flexibility and control to users. The auditorium is a fantastic facility for presenting to large groups of people using a variety of presentation equipment. 

Audio-visual equipment includes:photo of auditoriumphoto of auditorium

  • AMX controller and sound system 
  • Dual data projection 
  • PC access 
  • Ultrafast Fibre Broadband Internet 
  • PACS viewing station 
  • Electronic whiteboard

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Document camera* 
  • Overhead projector *
  • Flip charts* 
  • Keypad responders* 
  • Video conferencing equipment*

Henley Room and Neurology Room

The Henley and Neurology rooms seat 50 each and are fully equipped with a range of audio-visual equipment to suit most presentations.

Audio-visual equipment includes:photo of henley room

  • Data projector  & Screen
  • Sound system 
  • Networked PC
  • Whiteboard

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Electronic white board* 
  • Laptop – for internet connection or Auckland DHB network.* 
  • Document camera*
  • Overhead projector 
  • Flip charts* 
  • Keypad responders * 
  • Video conferencing equipment*

Greenlane Room and Starship Room

The Greenlane Room and Starship room seat 20 each and are fully equipped with audio-visual equipment for most presentations.

 Audio-visual equipment includes:photo of room

  • Data projector & screen
  • Sound system 
  • PC
  • Whiteboard

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Electronic white board* 
  • Laptop – for internet connection or Auckland DHB Network*. 
  • Document camera* 
  • Overhead projector* 
  • Flip charts *
  • Keypad responders * 
  • Video conferencing equipment*

Liggins and Centennial Rooms

The Liggins and Centennial rooms seat 10 each in a board room style and are ideally suited to smaller tutorials or breakouts. 

Audio-visual equipment includes:photo of liggins room

  • High resolution plasma screen with a Laptop

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Overhead projector *
  • Whiteboard* 
  • Keypad responders* 
  • Video conferencing*

A+ Trust Room

The A+Trust Room seat 70 and is fully equipped with audio-visual equipment for most presentations.

This room is also our Trade & Display room for larger conferences & can accommodate 12 stands (1.5M x 3M).

 Audio-visual equipment includes:

  • Data projector & screen
  • Sound system
  • PC
  • Whiteboard

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Electronic white board *
  • Laptop – for internet connection or Auckland DHB Network.*
  • Document camera*
  • Overhead projector*
  • Flip charts *
  • Keypad responders *
  • Video conferencing equipment*

Level 9, Lecture Theatre

Level 9, Lecture Theatre has 100 comfortable tiered seats, with built in long tables. The AMX touch screen control panel may be positioned anywhere within the Level 9, Lecture Theatre allowing full flexibility and control to users. The Level 9, Lecture Theatre is a fantastic facility for presenting to large groups of people using a variety of presentation equipment. 

Audio-visual equipment includes:

  • AMX controller and sound system 
  • PC access 
  • Internet connection 
  • PACS viewing station 

Portable equipment available for use:

  • Document camera*
  • Whiteboard & Flip Chart *

 * Available at an additional cost

Catering 

Menus: 

Please note:

  • Tea and Coffee is available through the CEC and is charged on a per person basis. Orders must be made through the CEC Administrator or Coordinator at least two weeks prior to your event. 
  • The kitchenette is not open for self-catering services. Up to 200 people can be catered for in the CEC. Food catering is available and charged on a per person basis.
  • The CEC uses preferred catering suppliers and no other catering supplier is to be used. CEC menus conform to the Ministry Of Health’s  Healthy Food & Beverage Environments Policy.
  • Menus and costs are available from the Clinical Education Centre Coordinator or Administrator. Catering menus may change periodically, so please ensure that you have the latest document.
  • Menu items are subject to market and seasonal availability. Prices are subject to change and any variation in catering costs will be passed on to the consumer. 
  • Food and Drink is served in the CEC Foyer. Food may not be taken inside any of the teaching/function rooms.
  • All menus are designed as Stand-up Working Conference Menus
    • Alcoholic beverages are not served in the CEC

Pricing

The use of the CEC is on a complimentary basis for regular Internal Clinical teaching & Research Sessions for the Auckland DHB.

External pricing

External users are defined as:

  • The organiser group is not part of the Auckland DHB and/or;
  • When there is a registration fee for participants or there is a subsidy or sponsorship provided by a commercial organisation;
  • The CEC has a set fee structure for room hire. Room rates include audio-visual equipment;
  • A half-day session is defined as up to four hours. Beyond four hours is a full day.

Pricing sheet [PDF, 28 KB]

Additional costs:

  • Additional audio-visual equipment – keypad responders or video conferencing equipment or link-ups. 
  • Audio-visual technician support (min of 4hrs)
  • Ultrafast Fibre Broadband
  • Videography or Audio Recording services
  • Staffing outside normal operating hours ( 07.30-17.00 Mon-Fri.)
  • Hireage outside of normal operating hours (07.30-17.00 Mon-Fri) 
  • Tea and coffee and catering services.
  • Photocopying, flipchart paper.
  • All costs quoted are excluding GST.

Getting here

Directions from the carpark: Walk along the walkway to level 1 of the main building – follow the blue lines. Take the public lifts to level 5. Turn right and follow signs to the Clinical Education Centre (CEC). Directions from the main entrance: Walk through the main entrance to the new hospital. Take the escalator to level 5 and turn left. The CEC entrance is approximately 30 metres on the left hand side.

For detailed directions and a map click here. [PDF, 318 KB]

Contact 

  • Clinical Education Centre Manager / Coordinator, Ravi Anand:
    • Phone: 09 307 4949 ext 23316 or 021 241 5410 (mobile)
    • Email: ravia@adhb.govt.nz
    • Fax: 09 307 2843 or 23343
  • CEC Administrator:
    • Phone: 09 307 4949 ext 23012
    • Email: cec@adhb.govt.nz
    • Fax: 09 307 2843 or 23343