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This publication is intended to help current and prospective providers of respite support and services in New Zealand to better understand the characteristics of the respite market in each region and areas of expected demand.
The Kapasa is a tool for policy managers, advisors and analysts within government agencies to incorporate the needs, values, aspirations and experiences of Pacific peoples in the generic policy development process.
These guidelines are directed at non-workplace exposure to asbestos in the air and to help public health units of district health boards address public concerns and give sensible advice.
This guidance supports local authorities to prepare housing and business development capacity assessments and undertake quarterly monitoring of market indicators, and use indicators of price efficiency.
This tool has been designed to help policy practitioners articulate their policy skills profile. It can be used:When applying for jobs To support conversations with your manager (or others) about your development and training needs and your policy career progression
Templates are provided...
This tool has been designed for policy managers in the New Zealand public service.
It can be used for:Planning: periodically diagnosing the skills make-up of your team and assessing any gaps and overlaps. Recruitment: as a reference menu to construct policy roles...
The Commissioning Framework is part of an outcome-focused approach. This framework, along with the Mental Health and Wellbeing Outcome Framework, provides national guidance to enable us to measure outcomes that make a real difference for people.
This Commissioning Framework describes a consistent approach to...
The first edition of the Guide to Effective Practice in Youth Mentoring Aotearoa New Zealand (Guide), published in 2008, was a benchmark document commissioned by the Ministry of Youth Development.
It drew together essential knowledge for the emerging youth mentoring sector,...
This guide shows how to carry out a health literacy review and build a health-literate organisation.
Individuals and whānau face a series of demands on their health literacy when navigating their way through the health system. These demands impact on consumers’...