Careerforce invites stakeholders to provide feedback on the review of the unit standards in the domain of Mental Health and Addiction Support.
The kaiāwhina workforce (non-regulated health and disability roles), consisting of more than 65,000 workers, is an essential contributor to integrated health provision and disability support in New Zealand. In 2013 Careerforce partnered with Health Workforce […]
Careerforce, with the support of Hospice New Zealand, has created an assessment package to recognise the competency of the workforce providing palliative and end of life care.
Sam Gray works for the Tauawhi Men’s Centre in Gisborne, a Family Works service providing non-violence and parenting programmes. Sam is facilitator for the non-violence programmes for men who’ve been referred by Corrections or the […]
MEDIA RELEASE 6 March 2018 “The youth work sector is very excited to see the launch of Careerforce’s new Youth Work Apprenticeship programme,” said Jane Zintl manager of Korowai Tupu o Ara Taiohi, the professional association […]