Upskill your newbies, novices or newcomers; your team, troops or talent; your kaimahi, cast or crew
Whatever you call your people, get them and your business up-to-speed with Careerforce | Te Pūkenga, NZ’s largest on-job training provider for the health and wellbeing sectors.
We have supported on-job based learning since 1995, developing and evolving workplace-based training programmes that meet the needs of our employers and learners, today and tomorrow.
We work with over 2,000 employers across Aotearoa, and have supported tens of thousands of people into life changing qualifications and careers.
Via our nationwide network of workplace advisors, we have established very strong relationships with employers large and small, supporting them to upskill their workforce. These experienced advisors come from and understand your sectors and needs; they speak your language. Via Careerforce | Te Pūkenga, you get the very best of national and local.
Our training programmes are delivered entirely within the workplace, and have been refined over the years to develop the skills and competencies that you require in your workforce, but also formally recognise the valuable skills and competencies that your people already have. We also offer an extensive range of learner supports including literacy and numeracy supports, and offer flexibility of delivery where you can choose to develop and harness your own in-house capability, or leverage our extensive network of resources.
Part of Te Pūkenga
With Careerforce now a proud part of the Te Pūkenga network, our employer partners and learners continue to get the best of what they have always got from us, but also now benefit from enhanced employer and learner supports from being part of Te Pūkenga.
Have a look at our extensive range of qualifications and programmes, and if you would like to have a discussion with one of our workplace advisors, find their details here.
How we work with you
Watch the video below for an introduction to how the three-way partnership works between Careerforce Te Pūkenga, the employer and the learner.