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Careerforce Seeking Applications for Whānau, Community and Social Services Reference Group

January 31, 2020 at 1:46 PM

From Careerforce

Careerforce is the Industry Training Organisation for Whānau, Community and Social Services, Youth Work, Health, Disability, Mental Health and Addiction, Primary Care, Aged Care, Cleaning, and Urban Pest Management sectors. It has responsibility for setting industry skills standards, maintaining sub-degree qualifications and arranging industry training.

In the next 18 months, Careerforce has several pieces of work to progress to ensure we meet our NZQA responsibilities, including ensuring our qualifications, unit standards and programmes of industry training are meeting the needs of the whānau, community and social services sector.

We have also been working with the sector to create a workforce development plan, with the vision to value and build the Kaimanaaki workforce, recognising their role in supporting whānau, families and communities in Aotearoa to thrive.

We wish to establish a reference group to provide high-level advice and bring sector knowledge and expertise to workforce planning and reviews.

Click here to download the Terms of Reference for the Whānau, Community and Social Services Reference Group

Click here to download the application form

Category: Job Vacancies