For the full experience please download a modern browser. Click here to find a modern browser or discuss with your IT department.

Auckland and Hamilton offices are currently closed due to COVID level 3 restrictions. Te Pou offices outside Auckland and Hamilton have limited staff and restricted access onsite, so please call if you wish to visit. However, we are all working, and you can contact us by email or phone. Stay safe everyone.

Disability training directory

About the training directory

The training directory contains a list of workshops, courses and online training in disability workforce development and leadership training.

Workshops, courses and online training posted onto the training directory must build the values, knowledge and skills we all need to uphold the rights of disabled people in accordance with:

Who can add to the directory?

Organisations and individuals in the disability workforce sector can add their training to the directory.

To add an entry to the directory, you will need to supply us with a range of information, including your contact details (these will not be published), the training provider's contact details, and details about the training. You can supply this information using the form below at the bottom of this page.

The training directory

Kia Noho Rangtira Ai Tātou

A unique education programme on human rights

Learn more
The impact of mental illness in IDD

For health or social service workers supporting people with IDD

Learn more
Making virtual meetings accessible

Developed for presenters, managers, and hosts of virtual meetings

Learn more
PATH & MAP Graphic Facilitation Tools

PATH & MAP Graphic Facilitation Tools for Planning

Learn more
Fullpower Healthy Relationships

Tools to help build resiliency and prevent bullying, violence and abuse

Learn more
Fullpower Healthy Relationships Ambassador Training

A sexual violence and bullying prevention programme

Learn more

Submit your training to the directory

Please note this is an open-source training directory. Information is submitted independently, for the stated purposes relating to disability workforce development. Inclusion and publication in this directory not imply endorsement of any kind by Te Pou.

Your details

Please provide contact information for the person who will be responsible for keeping this directory listing up to date. These details will not be published on the Te Pou website.


Training provider contact details

Please provide your organisation’s contact details for people who want more information about the training you are offering. These details will be published on the Te Pou website.


Training details

Please provide information about the training you are offering. These details will be published on the Te Pou website.

Select the most relevant option.
Please indicate the approximate cost to attend this training course
Please include target group, purpose, content, methods of assessment, whether it is tailored or standardised, and whether the course results in a formal qualification. (2000 characters maximum.)
Use this field if more information is required beyond the 2000 characters above.
At least one must be selected.
Please describe how long it takes to complete the training – number of days, weeks or months, etc.
Please describe any course entry requirements (leave blank if not applicable).
Are disabled people involved in the development or delivery of this training?
If you wish, can you include an image for your training which will display on this page. Ideal dimensions are landscape 786px x 480px and allowable formats are JPG or PNG. Maximum file size is 5MB.
If you wish, you can upload up to two files (PDF, Word, Excel or Powerpoint) associated with your training. These files will be available to people viewing your training. Maximum file size is 5MB.

Notes

  • After your submit the form, the directory record will remain unpublished until an administrator checks the details and publishes the information.
  • To update or change the information you have provided once it's published, please email allan.drew@tepou.co.nz.
  • We may contact you at regular intervals to ensure the information you have provided remains correct.

Get in touch

Related Initiatives

Footer

Resources

Te Pou has a wide range of evidence-based resources and tools to help the mental health, addiction and disability workforces.

Learn More

Our work

Te Pou works alongside mental health and addiction services, and disability organisations to understand their priorities and workforce challenges.

Learn More