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Youth Development Approaches

Core Competencies #5 – Prioritising Whanaungatanga/Building Quality Relationships

This session explores prioritising whanaungatanga - the building of quality relationships. This is related to the Mana Taiohi principle of Whanaungatanga.

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Professional Development

The Ngātahi Children’s Workforce Development Programme in Hawke’s Bay

This talk discusses the whakapapa of the Ngātahi workforce development programme for practitioners working with children and families experiencing complex mental health, addictions and social issues, its development and impacts on practitioners and whānau

Cultural Approaches

Te Reo for Beginners

This course introduces -Tahi: building social skills with te reoRua: greetings and farewells. Toru: asking and saying how you are. Wha: mihimihi pronunciationRima: karakia. Ono: vowel, consonants, diphthongs, and correct pronunciation of Māori words.

Organisational Development

Staff Selection – Safer Recruitment Strategies for Success!

This training covers: What the Children's Act 2014 states regarding safe recruitment of staff; Following steps to ensure staff are safe and suitable; What checks are needed and how to undertake these; Example questions for interviews and reference checks

Digital and Social Media

Unlocking the Potential of Zoom for Collaboration

This session explores practical considerations for using Zoom effectively, using breakout groups, polls and other techniques for discussion, the importance of chat and reactions features and the benefits of Zoom vs Microsoft Teams and other platforms.

Health and Wellbeing

Resilence: Thriving in the Face of Change, Challenge and Stress

This training explores the importance of fostering resilience in young people. Practical skills are shared through 3 activities within resilience training 1. Make Me Resilient, 2. Real Stress Management Skills, 3. Making Difficult Conversations Easier.

Health and Wellbeing

The Straight Talking Un-PC Guide to Working with Suicidal Youth

Delivered with honesty, sensitivity, and sometimes humour, Francis discusses psycho-therapeutic techniques that can pull young people back from the brink. It focuses on what you can do to make a difference.


Considerations for Professional Supervisors

This workshop is intended to develop supervision skills and covers the roles and functions of supervision, guiding reflective conversation, questioning techniques, skills for balancing support and challenge, reflection and future development

Cultural Approaches

Tikanga Series #6 – Whaikōrero

Join Danette Abraham-Tiatia and Tane Keepa as they carry on the conversation begun in previous workshops about the pōwhiri process. This workshop will focus on the Whaikōrero.

Professional Development

Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy

Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy: A three-day intensive training

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