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  1. 2013 Qualifications Review

  2. “We are committed to reducing the number of qualifications to around 1300 at levels 1 – 6 by the end of 2014, down from 4,600 in 2008. This will ensure continued confidence in the value and relevance of qualifications and clarify pathways to higher qualifications.” Prime Minister’s Statement to Parliament – 20 Jan 2013 7 ESOL qualifications approved for development from 274 4 cookery qualifications for approval from 74

  3. Feedback Workforce opportunity 1. “Expansion of health assistant and client care supporting roles across community services and health. Increased focus on integrated community services and health care.” 2a. At what level does a worker need skills across ‘sectors’ e.g. disability, mental health, addiction, dementia? 2b. Which sectors are included in the above? 3. What are 2 key outcomes you would like the Qualifications Review achieve/contribute to?

  4. Rules4 • New Zealand qualifications • (no more national or local qualifications) • Qualifications belong to NZ (not education providers) • One qualification - multiple programmes • Quals are described in terms of graduate outcomes • do, be & know • descriptions include education and employment pathways • mandatory and optional outcomes • Earn their place on the framework – need to be significantly different

  5. Rules3 • Graduate outcomes at level 2 might look something like: • Understands • the client’s needs and how to meet those needs within the services that can be provided in their role • reporting requirements, work boundaries, own role and who to seek advice and support from • key concepts underpinning health and disability in NZ and how theses concepts relate to their role • Provides supervised basic client support for a specific sector as defined within the ‘client’s plan’ and in accordance with organisation’s policies and procedures • Recognises and reports change as expected by an entry level person • Communicates with clients as expected by an entry level person • Relates with family/whānau ,community, and enhances the relationship with the provider and client as expected by an entry level person • Keeps themselves and their client safe

  6. Rules3 Qualification development process Application for approval Qualification not approved Qualification not approved Evaluation Application to develop Evaluation Qualification approved Qualification review Qualification listing

  7. Roles1 • NZQA oversees the review • Parallel development • Lead reviewers Careerforce & MoH/NZQA – Mātauranga Māori • Qualification developers • Programme developers

  8. Outputs3 • Workforce map (roles/functions & competencies) • A new suite of qualifications with evidenced need • Informed by robust and credible stakeholder involvement and consultation • The focus must be on the need for the qualification and not its historical ownership • Relevant/fit for purpose, future proofed qualifications • Actions for existing qualifications, transition, equivalences, recognition, etc • Paperwork includes: Review Plan, Needs Analysis Report, Review Report, Approval to Develop Applications, Stakeholder Involvement Forms

  9. Outputs2 Example of a suite of qualifications

  10. Overall - what needs to happen • Process2

  11. The Qualifications Review • Working group • Niche working groups • Review group • ITP & PTE representation • Jo Blakeley & Kelly Storer • Consultation & on going communication • Application to NZQA for approval • Process1

  12. Skill strategies gap examples

  13. Current national qualifications Abuse, Neglect and Violence Brain Injury Support Advocacy Dementia LCP Disability Support, Assessment, Planning and Coordination Allied Health Assistance Disability Information Provision Hearing Therapy Human Services Mental Health Intellectual Disability Employment support Social Services Residential Mental Health and Addiction Orderlies Public Health Newborn Hearing Screening Senior Support Vision and Hearing Screening Youth Work Youth Work Whānau/Family and Foster Care Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 +

  14. Skill strategy feedback Plus niche qualifications e.g. • Advocacy • Newborn Hearing Screening • Hearing Therapy • On review, some current niche qualifications may become strands or electives within the qualification pathway above.

  15. Workforce map4

  16. Workforce map3

  17. Residential Aged Care • Avoid duplication, repetition • Find commonalities • Evidence of need • Graduate outcomes that make space for future service needs, requirements within standards and contracts • Workforce map2

  18. NZQA levels

  19. Workforce map

  20. Feedback Workforce opportunity 1. “Expansion of health assistant and client care supporting roles across community services and health. Increased focus on integrated community services and health care.” 2a. At what level does a worker need skills across ‘sectors’ e.g. disability, mental health, addiction, dementia? 2b. Which sectors are included in the above? 3. What are 2 key outcomes you would like the Qualifications Review achieve/contribute to?

  21. Significant duplication exists between the core competencies and the intellectual disability, human services and residential strands. 4. How would you structure the qualification suite at level 3? • Feedback1

  22. 5. What key functions/job roles are missing qualifications/skill sets now or in 5 years time e.g. peer support? 6. How do we consult with consumers? 7. Are there other key stakeholders/people we need to check are engaged in the process? 8. Are there any key groups offering non NZQA training who we should be contacting? 9. What are your key concerns or questions? • Feedback1

  23. Thank you for your advice and feedback. We are now underway… Email us at review@careerforce.org.nz Updates can be found on: www.careerforce.org.nz