Qualifications and standards

Development of Whānau Ora Standards

This page provides updates and notices during the development of these new standards.

Listed assessment standards

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Māori Qualifications Services and the Whānau Ora Whakaruruhau are pleased to advise that the new Level 4 Whānau Ora assessment standards were listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards in June 2018.

Listed standards

Level 4

ID

Title

Credits

31176

Build effective relationships to develop and implement communication strategies to achieve whānau ora

10

31177

Describe the role of a whānau ora practitioner, te pono me te tika and apply in practice

10

31178

Explain a whānau-centred approach plan; develop, implement and monitor a whānau-centred approach plan for whānau ora

10

31179

Explain, develop, manage and monitor a whānau ora database collaboratively

5

31180

Develop, implement, and monitor a whānau ora plan in collaboration with whānau

15

31181

Assess personal and professional practice as a whānau ora practitioner in accordance with rangatiratanga

10

Background

These standards were developed as a result of the mandatory review of the Health and Disabilities, Social Services and Whānau Ora qualifications and the subsequent listing of 11 mātauranga Māori qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework in December 2015.

The current and future skill and knowledge requirements of the sector were discussed at length with sector experts; and has informed the writing of these whānau ora assessment standards. The standards align to the outcomes of the New Zealand Certificate in Whānau Ora [Ref: 2878].

Further information

This page will be updated as the development of the assessment standards progresses.

For the latest information and updates regarding this review, please refer back to this page, or contact Māori Qualifications Services.

 
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