Congratulations to Claire Koshy, Harrison Roberts and Zoey Loh who recently graduated from our Centre of Excellence Health Infrastructure (CEHI) programme.
For the past two years, they have been working towards a Master of Project Engineering Management (MEPM – Health) at the University of Auckland while undertaking a paid CEHI traineeship across Auckland and Northland. CEHI trainees get hands-on experience of what it takes to become a health infrastructure project manager. Paired with studying MEPM – Health, trainees apply their knowledge and skills to a variety of real-life projects while being supported by experienced project managers.
New graduate Zoey found her previous experience as a Pharmacist helped to make the transition to MEPM-Health and CEHI a bit easier. "While you don't need a health background to apply, it did help to better understand the people you would be working with and the challenges that come with working in a live hospital environment," says Zoey.
"Over the past two years, I have learned a lot, and I'm excited for the next stage of my journey as a Health Infrastructure Project Manager with Te Whatu Ora. Like my fellow trainees, I joined CEHI as I want to contribute to building better healthcare infrastructure for future generations. This programme ticks all the boxes."← Back to the news