To be endorsed as a new BCG vaccinator, you must apply to the local medical officer of health and provide the following documented evidence that you:
BCG vaccinator endorsement is valid for two years from the date of the BCG vaccinator training. For advice on vaccinator authorisation, clinical supervision and clinical assessment by an approved BCG clinical assessor, please contact the Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC).
Note: an approved BCG clinical assessor must be approved by the medical officer of health.
To renew your BCG vaccinator endorsement, you must apply to the local medical officer of health and provide the following documented evidence that you:
Since 2002, the Ministry of Health has maintained a register of gazetted BCG vaccinators, and will continue to record the names of endorsed BCG vaccinators on notification from the medical officer of health.
Information about endorsed BCG vaccinators can be sent to the Ministry of Health’s Immunisation team at email@example.com. The Immunisation team will update the BCG vaccinator register accordingly.
If an endorsed BCG vaccinator moves to another health district and intends to continue offering BCG vaccination, they must inform the local medical officer of health before practicing in the new health district. The vaccinator will be required to provide the medical officer of health with:
The local medical officer of health must notify the Ministry of Health’s Immunisation team of the move to their health district so the BCG vaccinator register can be updated.
To access the BCG online vaccination course contact the Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC) Education Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. IMAC will send the vaccinator the course access details. As with all other IMAC online courses there will be a small charge to access the BCG online course.
The endorsement will only be granted for those working within a local BCG programme recognised by the medical officer of health.
Last updated 29.11.2022
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