Events and Training

Work Counts offers practical training to help you develop and deliver evidence-based employment support that is seamlessly integrated with your current service delivery approach.

For more information on our full range of training view our training options.

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  • An introduction to the IPS approach

    3 hours
    A three-hour training session on the basic elements of the individual placement and support (IPS) approach to evidence-based employment support.
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  • An introduction to the IPS approach (Online workshop)

    • 29 September, Online
    3 hours
    A three-hour online training session on the basic elements of the individual placement and support (IPS) approach to evidence-based employment support.
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  • Let’s talk about mental health and work

    3 Hours
    A three-hour training session which will challenge perceptions, raise aspirations and bust some commonly held myths
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  • Managing personal information

    • 18 November, New Plymouth
    3 hours
    This three-hour training session will help you understand what is meant by managing personal information within an employment context, and why it is an important consideration.
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  • Managing personal information (online workshop)

    • 21 October, Online
    3 hours
    This three-hour training session will help you understand what is meant by managing personal information within an employment context, and why it is an important consideration.
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  • Three cups of tea – developing employer relationships

    • 16 March, Hamilton
    7 hours
    This one-day interactive workshop will support employment consultants with approaching, engaging and developing relationships with employers.
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