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►►Back to Latest News home Ngā Karere O Te Whāraurau / Newsletter of Werry Workforce Whāraurau Here turi kōkā (August) - Mahuru (September) 2019 Ngā mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa, We have enjoyed...
With thanks to Akari Miyamoto (MOE) for this summary… The Ministry of Education hosted a Neurodiversity Day at Mātauranga House in Wellington on Monday 19 August 2019. Werry Workforce Whāraurau...
The 2018 Stocktake of the ICAMH Workforce is now available!  Welcome to the 8th Biennial Stocktake of the ICAMH/AoD Workforce.  2019 is a seminal year for the mental health sector and we trust that...
The 2nd Sector Leaders’ Day of 2019 took place in Wellington on Friday 28 June 2019 with a focus on 'Working in the context of young people'. It was an exciting and stimulating day.  Presentations...
►►Back to Latest News home Ngā Karere O Te Whāraurau / Newsletter of Werry Workforce Whāraurau Matariki heralds a time of renewal, a time to reflect, and a time to plan for the future... Kia ora...
Stacey Porter, Māori Advisor – Werry Workforce Whāraurau (with thanks to Tio Sewell, Te Rau Ora) Ngā Kōmata-o-te-Rangi Hui gathered 200 kaimahi (workforce) and whānau Māori with experience in the...
We are a national workforce development centre, improving the mental health of infants, children, youth and whanau in Aotearoa through... SCHOOLS Establishing school mental health teams. Providing...
The government has adopted 38 of the 40 recommendations from the Mental Health Inquiry and allocated $1.9 billion for Mental Health.  Read the release from the Right Hon Jacinda Ardern and Hon Dr...