This four day course includes a 12 week practicum during which participants support one or two people with disabilities to contribute to their communities.
This professional development workshop is for management and staff of organisations intent on meeting and improving outcomes for Māori. It is co-facilitated by Maori and Pakeha facilitators. Grounded in current frameworks and guidelines in the health, disability, social and public sectors, the workshops have negotiable objectives, and are tailored to the current needs, policies and resources of each organisation.
Gain the skills you need to provide individual caring and support in the health and wellbeing sector.
Learn how to work within the responsibilities and boundaries of the carer role; be able to recognise and report risks and/or changes in a person; and learn how to communicate to support a person's health and wellbeing.
Gain the skills you need to work as a healthcare assistant, senior caregiver, or senior support worker in healthcare facilities, hospices or specialised dementia units.
Building Inclusive Communities is for managers and coordinators of disability services. It supports services to build connections with communities beyond the disability sector that will enhance inclusion for the people they support. It includes a 20 week guided practicum while participants put into place positive change for the people who use services