Toitū te Waiora is planning a comprehensive review of eight qualifications in 2024. As the qualification developer, we want to ensure the qualifications are fit-for-purpose for the sector – and that graduates can meet the requirements of the Health and Wellbeing workforce.
Our engagement with our sector has highlighted the need to take a combined approach. Reviewing the qualifications together will ensure a big picture view and an aligned approach to the engagement process to address gaps in qualification pathways.
We need your support.
Guidance from sector stakeholders, providers, Māori, and other groups like Pacific and tangata whaikaha, is crucial. By reviewing these qualifications together and working closely with the sector, we aim to ensure any changes address gaps in the pathways and provide scaffolded learning opportunities.
We want to make sure we include the voice of sector, industry, learners, providers, iwi and other key stakeholders in the review. There are a few ways you can participate:
Advisory groups will ensure we have representation and insight across different specialist areas of the sector. Current providers will work with us to identify any areas for improvement for qualifications and we will also work alongside industry to identify gaps in the workforce and priorities for the sector.
Toitū te Waiora is launching a Health and Wellbeing Survey.
This is the first phase of the Review and a chance for industry and providers to tell us what you think about the current Health and Wellbeing qualifications and workforce.
The feedback we receive will shape our consultation and discussions with advisory groups and help to ensure that the Health and Wellbeing suite continues to be fit for purpose for learners and the sector.
Depending on how many questions you answer the survey can take between 5 and 25 minutes. The survey will be open until 31 January 2024.
Contact the team on [email protected]
For information on how we are engaging with Māori and Pacific contact Wayne or Maikali on: