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The Adolescent Brain - It's a renovation

Core worker exemptions

The workforce restriction The Children's Act 2014 introduces a workforce restriction, which means it's unlawful to employ a core children’s worker with certain serious criminal offences unless they hold a core worker exemption. The offences which trigger the workforce restriction generally involve child victims, or are of a sexual or violent nature. These are outlined in schedule 2 of the act.Children's Act sche...

Services in schools

Services in Schools Social Workers in Schools (SWiS)SWiS is a primary and intermediate-school based community social work service. SWiS social workers are available to support selected primary, intermediate, composite and Kura Kaupapa Māori schools; working primarily with children in years one to eight (ages 5 -12).Referrals can be made by the children or family themselves, the school, or community or government a...

NEET seminar - video transcript

(Eyal Apatov - a Senior Analyst within the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre)Thanks everybody for coming.So this is work I've done while I still at MBIE, as you can recognise the background.As Kelly said, I used data from the IDI and the results have been tested to pass all the confidentiality tests and another disclaimer, this was work that was mainly done for economists and people who work in the economics sector so my guess is that if you've been involved in the social sector...

Educational Insights into Children in Care - video transcript

Dr Duncan McCannTena Kotou Katoa. Thank you for the introduction there, Kerry. Yes I'm Duncan McCann from the Evidence Center and I'm here today to talk to you about the Educational Insights into Children in Care.Now essentially what I'm just going to talk about is a few sort of like trends and kind of like general insights that we saw from what, if we look at the data, what does the educational perspective look like if we are just like focusing in on children in care. So let'...