Te ORA Annual and Associate Membership Subscription Renewal - 2017-2018

How do I renew my Te ORA Annual/Associate membership?

Te ORA’s Annual and Associate Membership fee renewal is a simple process through the Te ORA Website.  www.teora.maori.nz/membership

Renew Membership Online

  1. Go to the link above
  2. Follow the steps to renew your Annual or Associate membership for 2017/18. 
  3. Update all of your personal details
  4. Follow the payment instructions.
  5. Once your payment has been processed an invoice and receipt will be emailed to you.

Reimbursement 

(examples of how to access financial support for your Te ORA fees are provided in next section of this ePanui).

  1. Follow the process to renew your membership
  2. Email Teora@teora.maori.nzand request a confirmation letter. 
  3. Once your payment has been processed a confirmation letter, GST invoice and receipt will be emailed to you to forward to your employer for reimbursement.

Te ORA Annual Tauira Membership Fee

Te ORA Tauira Membership Fees were due in Feburary.  If you would like to renew your Tauira Membership please click here>>

Te ORA Renewal of Annual Membership Fees Access to Support

Please find below examples of where you might access support within your contract:

Example One

New Zealand Resident Doctors’ Association (RDA) - Link to website

Link to current MECA 2017 to 2018

• Refer to point 28.4

“In recognition of the party’s mutual support for Maori medical practitioners, the employer will reimburse full membership of Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa – Maori Medical Practitioners Association (Te ORA) to eligible employees to a maximum of $300 per annum”.

Example Two

Association of Salaried Medial Specialists (ASMA) – Link to website

Link to current MECA (June 2013 – July 2016)

• Refer to point 21.2 (f)

“Membership of other approved professional associations relevant to the employee’s duties and responsibilities”;

Link to Draft MECA (July 2017 – March 2020)

• Refer to point 21.2 (f)

“Membership of other approved professional associations relevant to the employee’s duties and responsibilities”;

Nga Mihi Aroha

Te ORA would like to thank the kind koha and donations made monthly by some of our Te ORA Whanau.  Your generosity is greatly appreciated.  

He Iti noa ana, nā te Aroha. (A small ordinary thing, begotten by love).

 

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