Building a Strong Social Services Workforce

Social service workers provide advice and support to individuals and families with personal or social problems and help with community and social issues. Most workers are employed by the government or NGOs.

Our qualifications aim to build a strong social service workforce enabling them to work alongside people, family and whānau to identify goals, address barriers and achieve aspirations.

The skills to be successful in
the role we do is to be
non-judgemental and to
be an open door to anybody
who is experienceing difficulties.


Nicola Mason | Happiness House Coordinator

Contact us to see if Careerforce can help you with training in Social Services Support