Police data published in June 2019 found that 133, 022 family harm investigations were conducted in 2018. These are staggering numbers, particularly when you...
“Lucky” is not an adjective many people would choose after going through what Barbara Bew experienced. Yet despite enduring a terrifying domestic assault after...
Once a successful Tongan rugby player with a career that took him to Japan and France, Isileli (Kai) Tupou is now following his other...
A group of Rehabilitation Support Workers at Stanford House of Whanganui District Health Board have recently completed the New Zealand Diploma in Health and...
Aditi Arora, Wellness Leader and diversional therapist at Village at the Park in Wellington thought she could do something more for their residents. Village at...
As you walk towards St Matthew’s Church Hall in Masterton, you’ll see mobility scooters lined up, and sometimes a bicycle or two. This is...
This Nelson Mum is doing everything she can to provide her son born with a disability, the very best support possible.
Work experience at an aged care facility has helped confirm Nanise Bulicakau’s plans to pursue a career in nursing.
Careerforce te toi pūkenga, Access Community Health, Idea Services, and Oceania Healthcare recently celebrated the signing of Te Tiriti o te Whanaungatanga.
Stand-out healthcare assistant graduates received awards for demonstrating the values of ‘connected’, ‘compassion’, ‘best care’ and ‘better, best, brilliant’”.
Ten emerging leaders with lived experience in the health and wellbeing sector will be given the chance to participate in Yale University’s leadership programme.
It’s very much business as usual for industry training organisation Careerforce as the Government works through the proposed Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) submissions.
Health Central asks Jane Wenman, chief executive of industry training organisation Careerforce for her views on the vocational education reforms and how the proposals could affect the health and wellbeing sector.
With the help of industry training organisation Careerforce, Counties Manukau Homecare Trust have supported their staff to upskill, so that clients like Dora benefit from high quality care.
The Qualifications Pathway Review could potentially help ease the shortage of nursing in aged residential care, if changes to the Level 4 programme are made, allowing caregivers a pathway into nursing.
One of the biggest takeaways from the Apprenticeship in Community Facilitation for Gillian Theunissen was the importance of looking after herself and her team to ensure quality care delivery.
3D printing is disrupting the way we provide personalised medicine, says a new research report.
Jane Wenman has been appointed as Careerforce’s new chief executive.
While potential solutions to the workforce shortage issues across the aged care sector are still being discussed, one Auckland-based rest home has started trialing a potential solution.
A literacy and numeracy workplace programme at has increased trust, collaboration and efficiency at Lifewise.