Leadership Forum: Workforce Development

This event is a follow up workshop from the session by Careerforce at the December Leadership Forum.

One Day Event

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      Careerforce are dedicated to working alongside you to understand the requirements of the disability sector, and how we can incorporate these into the current qualifications suite.

      It is a critical opportunity to have input into the future shape, content and delivery of the current Health and Wellbeing Qualifications offered through the sector’s Industry Training Organisation (ITO). Careerforce are sponsoring and leading this day with support from NZDSN as part of a formal review of these qualifications.

      In addition to Chief Executives the primary audience for this workshop are those that have key roles in their organisations related to training and workforce development. 


      10.00 -10.15    Coffee and light morning tea

      10.15 – 10.30   Welcome and introductions

      10.30 – 11.30   Understanding the NZ qualifications and programmes

      11.00 – 12.00   Identification of potential roles that could fit into the current qualification suite

      12.00 – 1.00     Lunch

      1.00 – 1.15      Contracted employer criteria

      1-15 – 3.00      Competency requirements for roles

      This is a fees free event because it is part of a consultation process.  However, we ask that you please go to the link below to register so that we have certainty around numbers for venue and catering purposes.

      Go to http://nzdsn.org.nz/events to complete registration.

      Registrations close Monday 29 January

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