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Onboard newsletter – January

Kei aku nui, kei aku rahi, i te tī, i te tā, tēnā koutou katoa I hope you enjoyed a well-earned break over Christmas and New Year and, even with some areas having experienced rain and flooding, that summer is now making its way to your part of the country. It’s an exciting time as… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – December

Kei aku nui, kei aku rahi, kei ngā ringa raupā, ngā mihi As 2020 draws to a close, it is right that your work, your determination, spirit, and persistence is acknowledged. Social workers are doing outstanding work as part of the global response to the pandemic crisis. Despite the life-threatening risks presented by the COVID-19… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – November

Onboard newsletter – November Social Workers Registration Board

Hei mokimoki, hei piripiri, kei ngā manu tukutuku, kei ngā tauwhiro o te whakaaro nui,Huri, huri noa, tēnā koutou katoa! I greet our social workers who do such amazing work and to the many voices in our sector, welcome to our November newsletter. As the year draws to a close, it provides a good opportunity… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – October

You may know that we are on a mission to get all social workers registered as the profession steps into mandatory registration early next year.  This will align the social work sector with that of teachers, doctors, nurses, and other regulated professions.    We appreciate your commitment to  being a professional and becoming registered, and… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – September

We’d like to acknowledge the amazing mahi you undertake and the thought and care you show every day when you work alongside tamariki and whānau in our communities.  Your skills, experience and resilience have been needed more than ever in what has been, and continues to be, a very challenging year. Looking ahead, there are… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – August 2020

We are yet again faced with a period of uncertainty as the country moves into different alert levels.  While we had all hoped that this might not happen and there’s no doubt it’s challenging, we will again get through this by following the guidelines and drawing on our resilience. We know that it will likely… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – July 2020

Settling into a new normal may be taking a little longer than expected but we are all getting used to change. During lockdown, we became used to working at a distance from our colleagues and others in the sector, and there were opportunities to find new ways of collaborating and adapt to the circumstances. For… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – June 2020

There is quiet excitement as we return to a new normal and yet, it will take some time to adjust.  Heading back into the office or returning to the workforce from the cocoon of home can take just as much time to get used to as it did when we first began experiencing restrictions and… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – May 2020

It feels like we are making progress by moving to level three after spending more than a month in lockdown, and I have a sense of gratitude that New Zealanders have all pulled together to allow this happen.  There were times when lockdown felt so much longer as we all adjusted to new ways of… Read more »

Onboard newsletter – March 2020

These are challenging times as the country locks down in an extraordinary effort to stamp out COVID-19.  We recognise that the lockdown can and will put some people under a great deal more stress, particularly those social workers are assisting.  I realise everyone is facing difficult circumstances and I’d like to acknowledge the commitment that… Read more »