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Published: 18 Oct 2018

Careerforce is wishing to expire unit standards that are currently listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) which are no longer required by the industry.

The unit standards that have been identified as likely to not be required are listed below. Please select the domain names to view the unit standards list.

If your organisation wishes for any of these standards to be retained, please contact Graeme.Sauer@Careerforce.org.nz before close of business on 9 November 2018.

All of these unit standards will be set to ‘expiring’ unless we receive a request for any specific standards to be retained.

 

UnitTitleLevelCredits
27456Conduct food service quality audits and nutrition intervention audits in an aged care, health, or disability context48
UnitTitleLevelCredits
1820Guide blind, deafblind, and vision impaired people33
23366Demonstrate knowledge of, and use, uncontracted braille with limited punctuation44
23367Demonstrate knowledge of vision impairment44
23368Demonstrate basic knowledge of vision impairment and blindness33
23369Demonstrate basic knowledge of deafblindness and interact with a deafblind person32
23370Demonstrate knowledge of deafblindness and communicate with a deafblind person44
UnitTitleLevelCredits
1595Operate a central heating system46
17267Maintain buildings44
17268Clean and maintain swimming pools and facilities42
17269Maintain grounds, play areas and play equipment45
UnitTitleLevelCredits
1577Clean upholstery and wall fabrics34
13345Clean carpets under supervision22
13348Establish a planned carpet maintenance schedule58
20669Apply protective topical treatments to carpets and textiles35
20670Perform carpet colour repair and restoration36
20671Carry out carpet repairs and reinstallation38
20672Treat odours in carpets and textiles35
25918Follow safe work practices in the carpet cleaning and restoration industry25
UnitTitleLevelCredits
1575Negotiate and schedule cleaning contracts410
17271Select mechanical cleaning equipment44
17272Trial and evaluate mechanical cleaning equipment44
17273Trial and evaluate cleaning agents44
17274Select cleaning agents and products44
19910Give oral instructions in the cleaning industry to people who speak English as a second language34
UnitTitleLevelCredits
1573Clean interior walls, ceilings, fixtures and fittings33
1574Demonstrate knowledge of cleaning methods for floors with special surfaces46
1582Sweep streets with a machine34
1583Provide a vehicle valet service33
26568Carry out clandestine methamphetamine laboratory cleanup and remediation operations415
26569Follow safe work practices during and after clandestine methamphetamine laboratory cleanup and remediation34
UnitTitleLevelCredits
20963Demonstrate knowledge of arachnoiditis and chronic back pain in a community field work setting33
20967Demonstrate knowledge of multiple sclerosis (MS) in a community field work setting44
20968Demonstrate knowledge of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in a community field work setting47
UnitTitleLevel Credits
6414Plan to act as an advocate for a consumer in a health care context45
UnitTitleLevel Credits
7993Contribute to strategies to effect community or social change43
7998Facilitate economic development in social service work69
13100Contribute to an economic development project in a social service setting36
UnitTitleLevel Credit
13107Use counselling skills with the telephone as the medium of communication59
UnitTitleLevel Credit
24658Confirm eligibility to allocate resources to a person in a health, disability, or community setting55
24660Collaborate within and across sectors in a health, disability or community context57
24662Demonstrate an integrated practice theory for disability support assessment, planning, and coordination510
UnitTitleLevel Credits
18674Demonstrate knowledge of traditional and contemporary Māori perceptions of impairment56
23384Describe health or disability services12
26849Describe and analyse service delivery models or approaches, and manage service plans in a health-related organisation510
UnitTitle Level Credit
7184Follow standard precautions set by infection control personnel when cleaning health care facilities34
2670Clean an operating theatre35
UnitTitleLevelCredits
23376Explain and apply strategies to facilitate oral communication with a person with a hearing impairment32
23378Describe and demonstrate use of equipment for Deaf and/or hearing-impaired people32
23379Demonstrate knowledge of Deafness33
UnitTitleLevelCredits
16257Assist healing using traditional Māori concepts in an Iwi/Māori social services setting712
16266Implement a government policy in an Iwi/Māori social services setting56
16267Develop a policy for practice in an Iwi/Māori social services setting66
16269Identify, describe, and make contact with a Māori community in Iwi/Māori social services56
16270Co-ordinate and facilitate hui in an Iwi/Māori social services setting69
16271Co-ordinate a whānau hui in an Iwi/Māori social services setting43
16272Respond to the presenting concerns, issues, and needs of users of Iwi/Māori social services49
16273Contribute to community networks and liaison for Iwi/Māori social service purposes56
16790Facilitate change for Iwi/Māori social service purposes66
16791Analyse the impact of a social policy on Iwi/Māori in an Iwi/Māori social services setting66
16792Explain the history of an iwi for Iwi/Māori social service purposes59
16793Explain and apply knowledge of ngā atua for an Iwi/Māori social service purpose56
16794Apply te reo Māori in Iwi/Māori social services in a total immersion environment715
19401Integrate theory and practice in Iwi/Māori social service work512
UnitTitleLevelCredits
7940Manage relationships with news media for social service purposes53
7941Contract to provide social services73
7951Implement a social service research project79
7978Contract for service provision from other providers66
7988Facilitate the establishment or development of social service organisations66
13078Evaluate a social service provider79
13079Monitor and evaluate a social service programme66
13080Monitor and evaluate a social service project66
13081Conduct a Te Tiriti o Waitangi audit of a social service provider76
13082Conduct a Te Tiriti o Waitangi audit of a social service programme or project66
13083Conduct a cultural audit of a social service provider76
13084Conduct a cultural audit of a social service programme or project66
13085Provide information for governance decision making in a social service provider setting43
13086Demonstrate knowledge of law for governance of a social service provider43
13087Contribute to governance of a social service provider56
13088Manage risks in a social service provider setting69
13089Manage funds for a social service project66
13091Conduct a small scale community research project412
13092Develop a partnership between a hapū, iwi, or Māori organisation and a social service provider69
13103Contribute to the development or establishment of a social service organisation46
UnitTitleLevelCredits
17104Demonstrate knowledge of working within Pacific Island social services33
17105Demonstrate knowledge of guidelines and ethics for Pacific Island social service practice44
17106Establish and maintain working relationships with people of own Pacific Island culture412
17107Locate, critique, and interpret Pacific Island social services research56
17108Participate in professional social service supervision in Pacific Island social services44
17109Assess the presenting needs of a user of Pacific Island social services46
17110Integrate knowledge, skills, and values learning in a Pacific Island social service setting415
17111Negotiate service provision with a user of Pacific Island social services53
17112Contribute to a Pacific Island group in a social service setting46
17113Provide information to users of Pacific Island social services33
17114Respond to presenting needs of a user of Pacific Island social services36
17115Identify and access Pacific Island social services in the community43
17116Identify, respond to, and report suspected abuse as a Pacific Island social service worker43
17117Identify, select, and relate to Pacific Island community networks in a social services setting43
17118Act as an advocate for Pacific Island people in a Pacific Island social service setting43
17119Describe the influence of an event in relations between New Zealand and a Pacific nation's people59
17120Demonstrate knowledge of factors influencing migration of Pacific Island people to New Zealand33
17121Demonstrate knowledge of Pacific Island formal ceremonies34
17122Assess the influence of a Pacific Island social institution on Pacific Island people in New Zealand34
UnitTitle LevelCredits
18676Demonstrate knowledge of ethical issues when supporting a person with a disability56
18677Demonstrate knowledge of history, philosophy and practice in the human services field58
18678Demonstrate knowledge of disability issues and their implications for people with disabilities56
18679Demonstrate knowledge of sexuality issues and their implications for people with disabilities56
18680Support people with disabilities to access vocational opportunities510
18681Support people with disabilities to increase their level of self-determination510
18682Demonstrate knowledge of values-based leadership in the human services field54
18685Demonstrate knowledge of supporting a staff member in dealing with loss and grief43
18688Facilitate a group in a human services setting56
Unit TitleLevelCredits
7923Provide professional social services supervision79
7924Provide professional social services supervision as a field educator712
13098Reflect on own professional practice and development in social service work63
UnitTitleLevelCredits
7971Mediate between people in dispute in social service work66
7974Provide budget advice and monitoring for users of social services58
13093Manage responses to challenging behaviour in a social service setting56
13094Work towards resolution of challenging behaviour in a social service setting66
13095Provide assistance to an individual following a traumatic incident in the workplace34
13096Contribute to a team approach to critical incident stress intervention56
13099Contribute to a social service programme or project with a selected focus36
13101Contribute to raising funds for a social service project36
13102Identify and refer to community based social services with a selected focus33
13104Demonstrate knowledge of alcohol and other drugs in social service work49
13105Respond to a person with acute issues related to misuse of alcohol and other drugs56
13106Provide screening related to use or misuse of alcohol and other drugs56
UnitTitleLevel Credits
8576Develop and implement programmes in orientation and mobility for young people with vision impairment715
8584Develop education programmes for daily living skills with young people who have vision impairment78
17814Explain and apply principles of professional practice with the visually impaired in the workplace510
17815Explain and apply needs assessment in the field of vision rehabilitation and habilitation620
17816Demonstrate knowledge of vision, blindness and vision impairment, and interpret reports520
20379Teach Fundamental Orientation and Mobility as it relates to blind and visually impaired adults54
20380Describe the use of Adaptive Communications systems for blind and visually impaired adults620
20381Apply Adaptive Communications systems for blind and visually impaired adults620
20382Describe Adaptive Techniques of Daily Living (TDL) for blind and vision impaired adults620
20383Apply Adaptive Techniques of Daily Living (TDL) for blind and visually impaired adults620
20384Describe, select, and teach the use of vision enhancement aids, and process funding applications616
UnitTitleLevelCredits
18149Describe selected aspects of mental health and mental health services for suicide intervention46
18153Describe selected contextual factors related to suicide46
UnitTitleLevelCredits
7969Facilitate empowerment with people who have experienced abuse, neglect, or violence66
7986Plan and implement a non violence programme69
7987Contribute to a non violence programme56
17457Implement child abuse reporting procedures34
18289Analyse structural issues related to abuse, neglect, and violence69
18291Demonstrate knowledge for social service work with abuse, neglect, and violence612
18293Analyse the impact of abuse, neglect, and violence on human development66
18295Demonstrate knowledge of safe practice in social service work with abuse, neglect, and violence66
18299Investigate and manage intake in situations of suspected abuse, neglect, or violence69
18301Provide counselling and intervention for people affected by abuse, neglect, or violence715
18302Provide counselling and intervention for people affected by historical abuse, neglect, or violence715
18303Provide counselling and intervention with perpetrators of abuse, neglect, or violence715
18304Conduct case reviews of interventions in social service work with abuse, neglect, or violence66
18305Monitor and evaluate programmes in social service work with abuse, neglect, or violence69
20357Outline structural issues related to abuse, neglect, and violence in whānau/family and foster care45
20358Record and report suspected abuse, neglect, or violence in whānau/family and foster care33
UnitTitleLevelCredits
7977Co-ordinate service provision66
7980Facilitate programmes in residential care66
UnitTitleLevelCredits
3261Apply treatments to control stored product and textile pests in the urban pest management industry415
3262Apply treatments and proofing for pest bird control in the urban pest management industry415
3263Control pests by fumigation in the urban pest management industry415
3264Apply treatments to control vertebrate pests in the urban pest management industry415
3265Apply treatments for the control of wood boring pests in the urban pest management industry415
3266Control pests by shooting in the urban pest management industry35
22893Demonstrate knowledge and apply treatments to control ants in the urban pest management industry420
24088Demonstrate knowledge and apply treatments to control bedbugs in the urban pest management industry415
UnitTitleLevelCredits
20350Develop carer relationships in whānau/family and foster care59
20352Manage behaviour of children and young people in whānau/family and foster care512
20353Provide care for an adolescent in whānau/family and foster care59
21146Use interpersonal skills in carer relationships in whānau/family and foster care59
21147Engage with whānau hui and family meetings in whānau/family and foster care66
21148Manage safety issues in whānau/family and foster care69
21149Research and apply knowledge of human development and health issues in whānau/family and foster care615
21150Integrate knowledge, skills, and values learning in whānau/family and foster care615
UnitTitleLevelCredits
26124Use understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi to propose a Treaty partnership approach to youth development515
26125Use knowledge of human development theory to develop positive youth development practice515
26127Assess risk, and work within risk management strategies, in youth development contexts515
26128Gather, analyse and present information for youth development purposes515
26129Develop and maintain intentional relationships with young people in youth development settings515
26130Work with a young person to map and strengthen their connectedness with their key social environments515
26131Manage personal performance and actively engage in self care as a youth development worker515
26132Screen and conduct assessments of young people's strengths, needs and context615
26133Design and plan a positive youth development initiative615
26134Integrate strengths-based practice and Treaty partnership approaches into delivery of youth development initiatives615
26136Support team, multidisciplinary and cross cultural work in youth development615
26137Conduct a community needs analysis and support young people to participate in social change processes615
26138Evaluate positive youth development initiatives615
26139Integrate theories and procedures of a specialist practice into positive youth development practice models615
26140Carry out safe, ethical and professional youth development practice615
26141Support young people to influence regulatory processes to facilitate positive youth development715
26142Plan an organisation's programme of positive youth development initiatives715
26143Manage crisis interventions in youth development settings715
26144Research a problem or issue impacting on youth in Aotearoa New Zealand730
26145Support ongoing development of professional practice in a youth development context715
26146Critically analyse own capacity to integrate specialist practice to evolve positive youth development practice715