Active Gambling and TAB Venue Policy Reviews
Every three years, Local Councils throughout New Zealand review their Class 4 Gambling Venue Policies.
Below are the Active Gambling and TAB Venue Policy Reviews:
The National Coordination Service
The National Coordination Service holds a key coordination and support workforce role in the PMGH sector. This includes:
- development and facilitation of the PMGH national training forums
- facilitation of the Joint Agency Meeting (JAMs) training including coordination of access and the training programme
- development of a monthly PMGH sector newsletter
- management, maintenance and updating of the PMGH sector He Taumata website
- dissemination of key messages and information for PMGH service providers
- coordination and administrative support to the National PMGH Advisory Group
- coordination of the quarterly PMGH Infrastructure and National PMGH Advisory Group meetings.
The Minimising Gambling Harm Infrastructure Services
The infrastructure services are a collective of key support services for the sector, who aim to strengthen the capacity and capability of the gambling harm workforce and to support all Ministry of Health gambling harm service providers across Aotearoa, New Zealand.Learn more