Introducing the new National Coordinators

Submitted by admin on Tue, 11/04/2017 - 3:34pm
Welcoming our new National Coordinator for National Coordination Service, Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins and our new Workforce Development Coordinator for the Public Health Workforce Development Service - Te Kākano, Stephanie Erick.

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National Training Forum Program

Submitted by admin on Fri, 03/03/2017 - 10:26am
​ The National Training Forum for Gambling Harm Minimisation is a three day training forum hosted in Auckland for the national preventing and minimising gambling harm workforce. Here is the program for the 3 days. We look forward to seeing you all there! ​ National Training Forum - Online Programme ​ National Training Forum Programme - PDF's for download Download Day 1 Programme Download Day 2 Programme Download Day 3 Programme

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Auckland Gamble JAM February Meeting: 13 Feb 2017

Submitted by Layla on Wed, 15/02/2017 - 12:11pm
I had the privilege of joining the Auckland Gambling practitioner’s joint agency meeting this week, which was hosted by TUPU Problem Gambling Services in Kingsland, Auckland. Around the room there were clinical practitioners and community practitioners side by side discussing matters of importance regarding the very important “duty of care” that many practitioners in the field take seriously. Unfortunately, I missed out on the beginning part of the meeting due to an incessant cell phone which at times can be lifesaving and other times like carrying a heavy stone around in one’s handbag. I did...

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New Zealand Training Fellowship in Advocacy and Campaigning

Submitted by Layla on Tue, 24/01/2017 - 11:12am
Applications close February 1st for the New Zealand Training Fellowship in Advocacy and Campaigning, a cutting-edge course led by leading local and international facilitators. Designed specifically for mid-senior leaders, you'll super-charge your skills and energy, gain further confidence as a social change leader, and connect with a community of your peers from across Aotearoa. Last year's cohort included more than 20 leading organisations such as Hapai Te Hauora, Amnesty International, Mapu Maia (Pacific Arm of the Problem Gambling Foundation) , 350 Aotearoa, the Public Service Association...

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