CDANZ in action
CDANZ works to champion policies leading to the enhancement of career development in New Zealand, and to collaborate with associations locally and the international career community to offer support, research, feedback and mechanisms that are mutually beneficial to the profession.
CDANZ plays an active role advocating for the career development profession and the benefits of quality, lifelong career development services for all New Zealanders.
To express your interest in joining CDANZ submissions team please email email@example.com.
Our record of public submissions lodged include:
Briefing for Incoming Ministers of the Employment Education and Training Ministers Group regarding Career Education in Secondary Schools, submitted jointly with CATE NZ on 10 February 2021
Feedback on Career Education and Guidance in New Zealand Schools, submitted to the Ministry of Education, May 2020
Technical Change and the Future of Work (responding to five draft reports), submitted to the Productivity Commission, 17/02/2020
Shaping a Stronger Education System, submitted to the Ministry of Education, 25/10/2019
Technological change and the future of work - Issues Paper, submitted to the Productivity Commission 5/6/2019
Better Later Life Draft Strategy submitted to Office for Seniors, Ministry of Social Development 3/6/2019
Reform of Vocational Education Proposal, submitted to the Ministry of Education 4/4/2019
Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy, submitted to The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 5/12/2018
NCEA Review, submitted to Ministry of Education 17/10/2018
ACC - Provider Liaison
Current CDANZ Representative: Paula Rewi
- To liaise with ACC Wellington Category Advisers - Vocational Rehabilitation.
- To reflect and provide opinion from our provider members and their ACC work within the scope of practice that the ACC strategies and programmes are designed.
- To encourage ongoing provider support CDANZ members.