Careerforce Workforce Development Conference 2015

The Careerforce Workforce Development Conference 2015 created a space to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing New Zealand’s health, social services and cleaning workforces.  Held on the 2nd and 3rd November at Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand) in Wellington, the Conference brought people together to discuss the challenges and opportunities that face the workforce in this sector.

The 2015 conference brought the best of both international and domestic thinking and approaches regarding workforce development.

The theme for this year’s conference was:

WORKFORCE TRANSFORMATION
Transform your workforce | Prepare for your future.

Copies of presentations can be downloaded below:

Mairi-Anne MacDonald

Mairi-Anne MacDonald

Director of Sector Development
Scottish Social Services Council, Scotland
Building a safe, skilled, confident and flexible social service workforce

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Murray Johnson

Murray Johnson

Project Manager Investment Approach, Tertiary Education Commission

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Phil Walker

Phil Walker

Children's Action Plan
An update on the progress of the plan and its interaction with sector workforces.

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Steve Hunn: Pest Management Assoc. NZ/ Ben Parker: Careerforce

Steve Hunn: Pest Management Assoc. NZ/ Ben Parker: Careerforce

Urban Pest Management

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Shane Murdoch

Shane Murdoch

SSPA - Training, Changing and Children. Child safety and workforce development, and the changes on the way for the social services sector

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Melany-Jayne Davies

Melany-Jayne Davies

Careerforce – Introducing Careerforce’s Vocational Pathways project

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Donna McGarvey

Donna McGarvey

DHB Shared Services - How introducing qualifications changed a workforce

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Tina Sims

Tina Sims

Ministry of Education. The Youth Guarantee initiative. What prompted the development of the initiative, and how and where will it interact between school and workplaces?

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Rod Cooke

Rod Cooke

Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council – The Australian Experience. There are changes ahead in the community services and health industry workforces in Australia - what is the likely impact on New Zealand?

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John Rogers

John Rogers

Skills for Health – Developing non-registered staff and a more flexible workforce, and the review of the UK's National Health System - what was found, what will change, and what can be learned

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Gill Genet

Gill Genet

General Manager Business Development - Careerforce
Workforce transformation – planning and development

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Sue Roberts

Sue Roberts

Manager Product and Marketing - Careerforce
Careerforce Mobile Learning

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Andrew Saunders

Andrew Saunders

Manager Employer Services - Careerforce
Careerforce Workplace Advisors

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Lillian Small: BSC New Zealand/ Penny Barrett: Careerforce

Lillian Small: BSC New Zealand/ Penny Barrett: Careerforce

A Qualified Industry is a Professional Industry
The positive impacts training has upon the cleaning industry

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Cathy Cooney

Cathy Cooney

Update on the Kaiāwhina Plan and the Director-General Reference Group

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Dr Nicky Murray

Dr Nicky Murray

Careerforce – ‘So what’? How training transfers to better job performance and work outcomes.

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Peter Wilberfoss

Peter Wilberfoss

Geneva Healthcare - The Geneva online training platform launched on September 1, catering to Level 1 and 2 qualifications. What worked, what didn’t and what’s next?

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Ray Lind

Ray Lind

CEO - Careerforce
The Apprenticeship Initiative and Career Pathways

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