Skills Matter 2011 Student Survey: Evaluation ReportAuthor: Te Pou
Publication date: 14 June 2012
Skills Matter is a workforce development programme within Te Pou. Skills Matter funds education programme providers on behalf of the Ministry of Health to deliver post-entry clinical training for the mental health and addiction nursing and allied health workforces. The education programmes funded in 2011 included:
- Assessment and Management of Co-existing Substance Use and Mental Health
- Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Mental Health and Addiction
- New Entry to Specialist Practice: Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health and Addiction
- New Entry to Specialist Practice: Allied Mental Health and Addiction
- New Entry to Specialist Practice: Mental Health and Addiction Nursing
- Clinical Leadership in Nursing Practice.
As part of Skills Matter’s quality improvement framework, an online student survey was carried out at the end of the 2011 academic year. In total, 124 students took part, reflecting a response rate of 43 per cent.
The main aims of the student survey were to:
- describe survey participants
- assess students’ reactions to Skills Matter funded programmes
- identify factors that supported or hindered successful programme completion
- evaluate other perceived benefits of funded programmes
- assess intentions of working in the mental health and addiction sector in the future.
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