Employment / Training

Employment / Training


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Ember – Korowai Takitini (NZ) – Ember has been established through the merger of two leading services, Connect Supporting Recovery Inc. and Framework Trust; to continue to provide quality support services for mental health, addiction and intellectual disability.With more than 30 years’ experience in the sector, the formation of Ember has seen the two organisations combine services, resources and influence to ensure we can better connect people with the targeted support that they need.

Like Minds, Like Mine (NZ) – Like Minds, Like Mine is a public health funded project to reduce the stigma of mental illness and the discrimination that people with experience of mental illness face everyday in the community.  This website provides information and resources on the project, looks at who is involved and how you can contribute to creating a nation that values and includes people with mental illness.
Pathways (NZ) – Here you will find an overview of the wide range of mental health support choices that Pathways provides in 8 NZ regions.
Unitec Waitakere (NZ) – Study at Unitec Waitakere and you’ll be able to select from options that stretch from business to community development, computing to counselling, nursing to music, and more.  Programmes include certificates and diplomas, as well as bachelors degrees and postgraduate qualifications.
Workbridge (NZ) – Our Vision is: Every person with a disability has the same value as any other person and will contribute positively in the workplace. Our Mission is: To enable people with disabilities to participate and experience equal opportunities in the labour market.
Workwise Employment Agency (NZ) – Workwise Employment Agency supports people with experience of mental illness to choose, get, and keep jobs.  We help people to secure real work, with real pay by encouraging job seekers to explore their work passions and career dreams. The right position for the right person is what it’s all about. In society, work is a valuable part of people’s identities. Workwise believes that finding and shaping this identity is fundamental to the wellbeing of any person.