We are reviewing CDANZ Entry Level Qualifications and Member Pathways - what will that mean for you, your clients and our association?
Consultation to date
Webinar: On 6/11/19, we delivered an introductory webinar for members who were unable to attend the presentation on the Entry Level Qualification and Member Pathways Discussion Document at Conference. You can now watch the webinar recording here. We apologise there are some sound issues at the beginning of the recording but they do resolve themselves.
Interest Group Zoom Meetings: Members were then invited to participate in online conversations with peers to discuss what the recommendations might mean for them in their practice, for their clients, their employers and all other stakeholders who may be impacted by change. Feedback from these sessions has been actioned and we are now working towards our nationwide Branch Consultation.
- Education focus, held 26/11/19
- Vocational Rehabilitation focus, held 28/11/19
- Private Practice & Corporate focus, held 4/12/19
2020 Branch Consultation - Have your say now!
The next important step in our consultation process is a series of branch events held across New Zealand. Through video or live presentation CDANZ National Executive and Project Teams will provide updates on:
Entry Level Qualifications and Member Pathways (ELQ&MP)
At the 2019 AGM we published a Discussion Document on ELQ&MPs. We have since delivered a webinar and three Interest Group Zoom conversations to gather member feedback. In your Branch meeting we will provide a project update responding to some of the questions already raised and outline some of the operational changes that we are preparing for should members choose to adopt the proposed changes at our 2020 AGM. Any changes to our Entry Level Qualifications and Member Pathways will shape the future of our organisation so it is important that you have your say. Our members will determine the next steps in this project.
Continuing Professional Development
At the 2019 AGM our new CPD Process was ratified. This includes using the CDANZ Competency Self-Reflective Review form to inform your Personal Learning Plan, pursuing appropriate professional development andrecording it on your Professional Development Annual Record’. Thanks to those Individuals and Branches who have already begun this work. We have since gathered your collective CPD priorities for the future via this survey. We will share these with you and the national PD offerings we are developing for the year.
Northland - 10am - 12noon, Tuesday 25 February at Workspace, 24 Finlayson street, Whangarei. Click to register
Auckland - details to follow
Waikato - 12.30pm Thursday 12 March at The Trust Waikato Building, London Street (behind ACC building). Registration details to follow.
Bay of Plenty - 3pm, Wednesday 26 February at APM Offices, 2/1001 Cameron Road, Gate Pa, Tauranga. Registration details to follow.
Hawkes Bay / Gisborne - 1pm to 5pm, Friday 14 February at Napier War Memorial and Convention Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier. NB This event also includes a short session by guest speaker Toni Gerbes, Geneva Health Care speaking on Career Opportunities. Click to register
Manawatu - 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Wednesday 11th March in Palmerston North. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Taranaki - details to follow
Wellington - 5.15pm, Monday 17 February at Level 9, 44 the Terrace, Wellington
Nelson / Marlborough - details to follow
Canterbury - details to follow
Otago / Southland - 10am, Tuesday 19 February at a venue tbc