The Level 4 apprenticeship programme is for experienced staff. It builds on the technical skills and knowledge they already have, to develop their critical thinking, reflective practice and expand their ‘toolkit’.
The full range of apprenticeships is listed below.
Apprenticeship in Advanced Care and Support
This Apprenticeship in Advanced Care and Support gives your staff the skills required to provide person-centred or relationship-centred care and support to people with complex needs. The apprentice can choose from one of the programme’s seven focus areas.
Apprenticeship in Diversional Therapy
On completion, Diversional Therapists will meet the qualification and competency requirement to become registered with the New Zealand Society of Diversional Therapists.
Apprenticeship in Youth Work
Provides youth workers with a broad understanding of the wider social context in which they work in and provide them with youth work specific skills and knowledge.
Apprenticeship in Community Health Work
Apprentices will develop and demonstrate the skills they need to work alongside people, family and whānau to support their self-management of health and wellbeing.
Apprenticeship in Mental Health & Addiction Support
Apprentices will develop and demonstrate the skills needed to work alongside people, family and whānau to support autonomy by fostering hope, support recovery and build resilience.
Apprenticeship in Whānau, Community and Social Services
Apprentices will develop and demonstrate the skills needed to work alongside people, family and whānau to support autonomy by using tools and strategies to reduce vulnerability and build resilience.
Apprenticeship in Brain Injury Rehabilitation Support
Gives apprentices the training they need to support the rehabilitation of a person after a brain injury.
Apprenticeship in Peer Support
Gives apprentices the training they need to establish a purposeful relationship and support a person accessing support from a peer worker.
Apprenticeship in Disability Support
Apprentices will develop the skills required to support autonomy, identify goals, and opportunities to overcome challenges, and enable good lives of disabled people, their family and community.