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2019 Skills Matter student feedback results

Students in the Skills Matter programme funded through Te Pou are invited to complete an end of year survey about their course experiences. This report contains the overall survey results and analysis for all courses funded through the Skills Matter programme in 2019:

  • New Entry to Specialty Practice Mental Health and Addiction Nursing (NESP Nursing)
  • Post-graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
  • Co-existing Substance Use and Mental Health (CEP)
  • Clinical Leadership in Nursing Practice (CLNP)
  • Core Skills for Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Addiction (ICAMH)
  • New Entry to Specialist Practice Allied Mental Health and Addiction (NESP Allied).

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

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