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Register for the Wellington PMGH Regional Training Forums 2019 forums here 


Date: 18th & 19th November 2019 
Venue: Ministry of Health, 133 Molesworth Street, Wellington

Regional Forums Training Programme 2019

9:45 pm - Morning tea

“We lost the battle, but won the war”

Archbishop David Moxon is now, formally, Archbishop Sir David Moxon – an honour he calls “a complete bolt out of the blue”. David was at the forefront of a campaign against the establishment of a casino in Hamilton. He shares his Public Health journey that went as far as the Court of Appeal and the establishment of a government moratorium on casinos in New Zealand.

12:00 pm - Lunch

Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins - Introduction

This workshop will be investigating models of care that support the three target populations Māori, Pacific and Asian.

Developing a Māori Model of Care – key components

Developing a Pacific Model of Care – key components

Developing a Asian Model of Care – key components

Developing a Model of Care - key components when working with other cultures.

Māori Model of Care - group presentation

Pacific Model of Care – group presentation

Asian Model of Care – group presentation

Model of Care working with other cultures - group presentation

3:00 pm - Afternoon tea

9:00 am - Welcome back – Hāpai Te Hauroa CEO Selah Hart

10:15 am - Morning Tea


Trauma Informed Care: This offers an opportunity to consider the importance of trauma informed care in addictions and gambling harm interventions. (90 minutes)

12:00 pm - Lunch

Ben Tafau

This session will help you develop your social media presence to engage with your local communities online and promote your services. We will be demonstrating tools and strategies on the day, so please bring along your laptop if you'd like to work on your own organisation's social accounts during the session. (90 minutes)

Earth, Air, Water and Fire: Mapping our Projects

Nothing can be achieved without a plan, workforce and in your way of doing things.

Project Planning & Evaluation Workshop

Do you really understand Project Planning & Evaluation? How do we as individuals and organisations plan, implement, and evaluate projects within our communities and how effective are they? What are projects? What are the projects that are really adding value to our whānau and communities?

This workshop will provide tools to planning effective, measurable, community based projects. Let’s reframe, rethink, co-design, PLAN, implement and measure our PROJECTS! If you can come away from this workshop with 2 extra tools in your kete to utilise, it will be all worth the effort! (90 minutes)

3:15 pm - Poroporoaki

Download forum programme here