Specialist Skills Mentor for Health or Wellbeing (Micro-credential)
Community Support Services ITO Limited
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For this micro-credential enrolment will be subject to the following requirements:
- learners must be employed by a real organisation delivering health or wellbeing services.
- learners must have the support of their employer
- learners must be in a role that enables them to meet the learning outcomes of the micro-credential.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The purpose of this micro-credential is to provide specialist skills, peer mentoring support, coaching and verification/observation roles in a health or wellbeing setting. These roles will support Careerforce's existing assessment support processes.
Examples of related scholarships
NZFDC - The John and Betty Rose Advanced Learning Scholarship
NZ Federation for Deaf Children - The Scholarships Co-ordinator
Up to $1,000.
Tū i te ora scholarship
Northland Regional Council
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