Congratulations to Kramer Hoeflich who recently completed his Level 4 Health and Wellbeing Community Facilitation apprenticeship programme, with support from Careerforce.
Kramer is a Team Leader for Disability Information Advisory Service, with Vaka Tautua, a national “by Pacific, for Pacific“ health, disability and social services provider.
Passionate about advocating for people with disabilities and improving their overall wellbeing, Kramer has also been involved with the Human Rights Commission to promote Youth with Disabilities.
Impressively, Kramer also sits on the Auckland Disability Panel for Auckland Council and is Co-Chair for the Ministry of Health’s Faiva Ora national leadership group. He is also the Chair for the I-Lead youth collective, where he advocates for youth with disabilities.
Kramer says his overall experience studying was indeed a blessing while working and having the support he received from Careerforce advisor Kailash Devan was very beneficial.
Kramer now wants to gain more experience to improve the outcomes for the disability sector further.
Well done Kramer, wishing you all the best in your future journey!
Kramer tells his story about what it means to use his voice to advocate for human rights. Click the image below to see the video produced for the Human Rights Commission.