The four industry training organisations (ITOs) that deliver on-job training to New Zealand’s burgeoning service sector workforce have joined forces to issue a ‘call to arms’ over mounting skills’ shortages. The first step has been an evidence-based report that highlights the contribution of the service sector to the economy; and to your health, lifestyle and personal well-being.
Careerforce received overall ratings of Highly Confident in both its educational performance, and its capability in self-assessment, having rated as Confident in its previous review (2013).
The final report found that “the organisation has a clear purpose and direction and is well led by a highly effective sector and industry skills-based board and senior management team” and that “Careerforce has effective processes that contribute to training outcomes. It is meeting the most important needs of employers, industry, trainees and government agencies.”
We are really proud of our Maori Trainee of the Year and recent graduate of the Apprenticeship in Mental Health and Addiction Support, Turaukawa Bartlett. He shared his kaupapa with Seven Sharp’s Billie Jo Ropiha […]
New Zealand’s volunteer sector is getting a professional development boost with the introduction of a new certificate aimed at experienced and aspiring managers. Careerforce, the industry training organisation for the health and wellbeing sectors, […]
Careerforce business programmes can enhance the administration, leadership and management skills of the full team. We have designed a suite of business and management programmes from Levels 3 through to 6. These programmes were developed in […]