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22 July 2019

Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) 2019 ...

Careerforce is reviewing its Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR 24, CMR 4, and CMR 222).&nb...
18 July 2019

Top Tip 10: Offer paid study time

From our most recent employer survey, we know that lack of time is the number one most common bar...
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15 July 2019

Employers from health and wellbeing sectors joi...

SpeedMeet 2019 is attracting big employers from the health and wellbeing sectors to participate i...
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4 July 2019

Career move for ‘stay at home’ mum paid off

As you walk towards St Matthew’s Church Hall in Masterton, you’ll see mobility scooters lined up,...
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1 July 2019

Unit standards to be Revised and Rolled Over

Careerforce is about to submit a request to NZQA to publish updated versions of 132 unit standard...
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28 June 2019

Cleaning Qualification a First for Corrections

A woman in Arohata Prison is the first to achieve a cleaning qualification while in prison. The l...
26 June 2019

Top Tip 9: Take time to introduce the training ...

When you enroll staff in a Careerforce training programme, we recommend that you take time to do ...
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25 June 2019

Expiring Unit Standards June 2019

Careerforce is wishing to expire unit standards that are currently listed on the Directory of Ass...
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21 June 2019

Working with heart for people with disabilities

There are jobs that are absolutely not for everyone. It takes a big heart to support people with ...
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20 June 2019

Register for SpeedMeet

Looking for new staff? We have an opportunity for employers to meet their future workforce. We in...
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6 June 2019

Workforce shortages drive continued growth for ITO

6 June 2019 MEDIA RELEASE Careerforce, the Industry Training Organisation (ITO) for the broader h...
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30 May 2019

Work experience crystalised career ambitions fo...

Eighteen-year old Nanise Bulicakau, already knows her strengths and has started working towards h...
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29 May 2019

Peer Support Work unit standards consultation

Careerforce invites you to provide feedback on the newly developed Peer Support Work unit standar...
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28 May 2019

Samoan diversional therapist bringing culture t...

Samoan Diversional Therapist encourages other Pacific Island people to bring their culture to the...
23 May 2019

Top Tip 8: Coaching your staff to unlock their ...

Through coaching, managers identify staff seeking advancement, learning opportunities or wanting ...
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23 May 2019

Mum’s quest to upskill herself for son born wit...

Margot decided to upskill for her son with disability. She has completed Health and Wellbeing L3 ...
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21 May 2019

Transforming the training landscape

Training for commercial cleaning faces rapid change needing to adapt to new technologies, increas...
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10 May 2019

Finding the right connection

The idea behind Connect apprenticeship module is to encourage apprentices to establish connection...
9 May 2019

Te Tiriti o te Whanaungatanga – Working as one ...

8 May 2019 MEDIA RELEASE Careerforce, Access Community Health, Idea Services, and Oceania Healthc...
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8 May 2019

Staff develop skills to help individuals live t...

Careerforce supports professional development of disability support workers using PATH technique,...
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8 May 2019

Proud moment for healthcare graduates recognise...

Waitemata DHB staff were thrilled to receive special recognition at a graduation for Careerforce-...
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18 April 2019

2-5 year timeframe if proposed vocational refor...

17 April 2019 MEDIA RELEASE It’s very much business as usual for Careerforce as the Government wo...
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16 April 2019

Top Tip 7 – Setting up a Buddy or Mentoring System

“Mentoring systems can help to get learners started, get them on track and keep them on track.” s...
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16 April 2019

Careerforce partner with Yale University to he...

Careerforce is partnering with the Yale University Program for Recovery and Community Health, to ...
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5 April 2019

Time for Government to listen to concerns of th...

Submissions close today in biggest shakeup in decades Careerforce employers urge Government to sl...
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1 April 2019

Industry training reform a risk to sectors that...

31 March 2019 MEDIA RELEASE A leading on-the-job industry training organisation (ITO) with respon...
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18 March 2019

The return on investment in training is the qua...

CMHT believes in investing in training leads to quality care. They share the many other benefits ...
18 March 2019

Top Tip 6: Set up a training plan

It’s important to spend time setting up a training plan before training begins. Regular review is...
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15 March 2019

Training makes cleaners mindful

What would being mindful bring to cleaning? Safety. Cleaners become mindful after putting them th...
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14 March 2019

Health Care Assistants and Careerforce Training

Lacey Easson is a health care assistant at Invercargill Medical Centre.She has just graduated fro...
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11 March 2019

A journey of change: From getting help to helpi...

Matiu Brokenshire started growing up with a lot of dysfunction in his home. He discovered drugs a...
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8 March 2019

‘Best mums make the best teacher aides’

After raising her kids and realising she didn’t want to do market gardening anymore, Jean Newman ...
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11 February 2019

Top Tip 5: Get early runs on the board – some t...

In our recent employer survey, our employers have highlighted that perhaps the most significant b...
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5 February 2019

Waitangi Day Celebration Message

Careerforce Kaumatua shares the meaning of Waitangi Day Celebration in his message to staff, enco...
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4 February 2019

Looking after yourself – essential to providing...

It is increasingly common across the health and wellbeing sector for the workforce to pull multip...
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21 January 2019

Top Tip 4: Start study groups

This could be the year to focus on collaboration in your organisation, or even across organisatio...
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18 January 2019

Training journey helps cleaner move towards man...

“As a cleaner, you sometimes feel that you’re at the bottom of the hierarchy. Sometimes it’s nice...
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13 December 2018

Top Tip 3: Celebrating Success

Has one of your staff completed a unit standard or module? Have they had a breakthrough or light ...
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10 December 2018

One of best things about the job – attending a ...

Paula Cohen, Careerforce Workplace Advisor (CWA) for Nelson, Tasman & Marlborough shares her firs...
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4 December 2018

Volunteer ‘Life Reviewers’ help make hospice pa...

Volunteers at Cranford Hospice in Hawke’s Bay are making such a positive difference in the lives ...
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3 December 2018

Very proud moment for Tairawhiti based Brownie ...

Very proud moment for Tairāwhiti based Brownie Sadlier Brownie Sadlier has recently received his ...
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3 December 2018

Proud moment for Brownie Sadlier

Brownie Sadlier has recently received his very first certificate, confirming he has passed the le...
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3 December 2018

Careerforce announces new CEO

30 November 2018 MEDIA RELEASE Careerforce announces new CEO Careerforce has appointed Jane Wenma...
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29 November 2018

West Coast assessor steps down after years of d...

Careerforce registered assessor, Frances Stapleton recently supported eight caregivers at the Ult...
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28 November 2018

Eighteen and already making a difference to chi...

At eighteen, Hastings teacher aide, Willa Sophia Maguire-Harbrow, is doing amazing work supportin...
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19 November 2018

Top Tip 2: Apply the REAL model

Careerforce Learning Engagement Advisor, Laloifi Ripley explains the REAL model. REAL is the Care...
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15 November 2018

Industry training is the better investment

'Via industry training, we are investing in skilled and passionate people,' says Careerforce Inte...
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12 November 2018

More employers encouraged to give young people ...

While potential solutions to the workforce shortage issues are still being discussed, this rest h...
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8 November 2018

Expiring Unit Standards & Expiring Version...

On 31 December 2018, approximately 80 unit standards, or superseded versions of unit standards wi...
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6 November 2018

New Employer Newsletter – Skills for Good

We’d like to introduce the first issue of our newsletter for employers – Skills for G...