Anei te ringa tango otaota!
Here is the hand that grubs out the weeds!
Ngā Pēpeha a ngā Tīpuna, The Sayings of the Ancestors, Nā Hirini Moko Mead rāua ko Neil Grove, Victoria University Press (2001)
Research shows that with the right skills and knowledge we’re more likely to provide whānau with the support they need to live longer and enjoy a good quality of life.
The sector has a range of policy and funding dedicated to developing the workforce at all levels.
Legislation, introduced in 2003, means we all must be competent, registered and subject to some form of sound regulation.
So, it’s now up to us to train and develop professionally. The good news is there are many people and organisations who can help.
Last updated: 2 November 2015