Te Manawa Taki - Wellbeing Pathways to Learning Entry Level to Level 7 Qualification Framework

Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Foundation Courses
Essential Components for Services
He Tāngata - People Seeking Knowledge

Whakataukī:

Whakatōngia te aroha hai oranga mo te whānau,
Whakatōngia te kohara kia awe ai te iwi

Plant the seed of love so that the whānau will survive,
plant the seed of passion to give strength to iwi

The Te Manawa Taki rohe has experienced Mental Health & Addiction workforce shortfalls for many years.  We need to attract a wider audience to enter the sector workforce either as a first choice or as a change in the direction of their career aspirations and those wanting to upskill.

There are a range courses and programmes offered across Te Manawa Taki and nationally. These options are currently difficult to navigate especially for people who do not know which pathway to take. For this reason, we have developed a visual framework for Te Manawa Taki, that will support people navigating the myriad of options.  The framework includes a range of courses from foundation programmes like Mental Health & Addiction 101 for micro-credentialing, through to the NZQA formal qualification levels. It presents training helpful or essential to working in a range of roles including community support work, lived experience and peer whānau roles, addiction clinical, and leadership.

We have used the harakeke as our basis for the mental health and addiction wellbeing framework to symbolise the learning journey you may take as part of the sector workforce. The roots are there to provide stability and ground you. Te Tiriti o Waitangi is at the base holding us strong and giving the fundamentals for moving forward. The awhi and tīpuna rito are what embrace us, building on our knowledge. Overarching this are the people we serve.

Navigating the 'harakeke'

To use this framework, click on the box that interests you. This will take you to a page where the courses available for this section are shown under the heading of each education provider offering the courses. An outline of what the course covers is supplied to support you in determining if it looks right for your needs. If you are wanting to find out more, click on the logo of the provider and you will be taken to their website for more information.

If you are wanting to start your career in Mental Health and Addiction, you may want to click on the foundation courses located in the harakeke roots first e.g., Mental Health 101 or Lifekeepers. You may need to improve your cultural competency or learn Te Reo so you click on those options.

He Tāngata - People Seeking Knowledge
Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Essential Components for Services

Whakataukī:

Whakatōngia te aroha hai oranga mo te whānau,
Whakatōngia te kohara kia awe ai te iwi

Plant the seed of love so that the whānau will survive,
plant the seed of passion to give strength to iwi

The Te Manawa Taki rohe has experienced Mental Health & Addiction workforce shortfalls for many years.  We need to attract a wider audience to enter the sector workforce either as a first choice or as a change in the direction of their career aspirations and those wanting to upskill.

There are a range courses and programmes offered across Te Manawa Taki and nationally. These options are currently difficult to navigate especially for people who do not know which pathway to take. For this reason, we have developed a visual framework for Te Manawa Taki, that will support people navigating the myriad of options.  The framework includes a range of courses from foundation programmes like Mental Health & Addiction 101 for micro-credentialing, through to the NZQA formal qualification levels. It presents training helpful or essential to working in a range of roles including community support work, lived experience and peer whānau roles, addiction clinical, and leadership.

We have used the harakeke as our basis for the mental health and addiction wellbeing framework to symbolise the learning journey you may take as part of the sector workforce. The roots are there to provide stability and ground you. Te Tiriti o Waitangi is at the base holding us strong and giving the fundamentals for moving forward. The awhi and tīpuna rito are what embrace us, building on our knowledge. Overarching this are the people we serve.

Navigating the 'harakeke'

To use this framework, click on the box that interests you. This will take you to a page where the courses available for this section are shown under the heading of each education provider offering the courses. An outline of what the course covers is supplied to support you in determining if it looks right for your needs. If you are wanting to find out more, click on the logo of the provider and you will be taken to their website for more information.

If you are wanting to start your career in Mental Health and Addiction, you may want to click on the foundation courses located in the harakeke roots first e.g., Mental Health 101 or Lifekeepers. You may need to improve your cultural competency or learn Te Reo so you click on those options.