With Auckland in Level 3 restrictions, and the rest of the country in Level 2, Te Pou offices are now closed. However, our team is working from home, and can be contacted by email or phone as usual - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.
Te Pou leads a range of initiatives designed to address workforce development needs. Organisations can draw from Te Pou’s resources, tools and support to strengthen the services they deliver for people.
A fresh new look. A new logo. Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui is now called Te Pou.
Addressing workforce development needs.
Funding and resources for the disability and consumer workforce.
Tools and resources to help the use of data, information and outcomes.
This short resource developed by Te Rau Ora, Le Va, Werry Workforce Whāraurau and Te Pou aims to raise awareness of what trauma is, the effects of trauma, and how to develop trauma informed approaches within our workforce and organisationsLearn more
New report outlines grassroots approach to reducing the impact of problematic methamphetamine useLearn more
Read our first working with older people report identifying ten workforce development prioritiesLearn more
Key findings from ADOM report 8, which is out nowLearn more
Following the Addiction Sector hui hosted by Te Pou and Te Rau Ora, we carried out a survey of the sector. The aim of the survey was to capture some of the wealth of information about how the sector had responded to the Levels 3 and 4 lockdown and continued to support people with addiction issues.Learn more