The Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan Working Group was thrilled with the news regarding the Future Business Leader Awards. Two apprentices studying mental health and addiction support, took top places at the inaugural Future Business Leaders Awards on 25 August. The event celebrated the achievements of New Zealand’s ‘bright young things’ in the trades and services.
The Health and Disability Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan
A Kaiāwhina workforce that adds value to the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders by being:
- an integral part of service provision
Who are Kaiāwhina?
Kaiāwhina is the over-arching term to describe non-regulated roles in the health and disability sector. The term does not replace the specific role titles, for example: healthcare assistant, orderly, mental health support worker.
Kaiāwhina are respectful and empower others competently using a holistic, strengths-based approach in a wide range of roles with consumers who have health and/or disability needs.
View the Kaiāwhina word cloud which illustrates the roles that make up this vital workforce.
Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan
A 5-year action plan with a 20-year vision for the New Zealand health and disability Kaiāwhina workforce. Actions are practical and clearly described to focus efforts on achieving the long-term vision. The Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan is a living document that will continue to evolve and adapt in a dynamic environment.
Download copy of the Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan
While the Got A Trade? Got It Made! campaign continues, the inaugural Future Business Leaders Awards event, held on 25th August in Auckland to celebrate the achievements of New Zealand’s ‘bright young things’ in the trades and services delivered successful outcomes for kaiāwhina. The multi-sector industry training awards were held as part of the Future…
Kaiāwhina Workforce Programme – Aged Care Workforce Survey – It’s not too late to have your say – August 2016
It’s not too late to have your say! This is a reminder that the opportunity to have your say as part of the New Zealand Aged Care Workforce Survey 2016 closes at the end of August.If you give direct care or support to older people or are a manager in aged residential care…
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