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Whanau ora training support – set for expansion

KTV Consulting, a Wellington-based company which assists Maori organisations (Governance Boards undertaking Governance training through to helping administration staff set up filing systems) is set to expand in the new year.

Karen Vercoe (Te Arawa), owner and Principal Consultant of KTV Consulting Ltd, says, “Our relationships with our clients are paramount and I feel personally aggrieved when I can’t respond to my clients in a timely manner or am able to help them because we have a full work load.”

As a result the company is set to expand their team to better respond to their clients needs.

The team Karen has selected include Maori and Pacific professionals who hold not only academic qualifications but have grass roots experience working in Maori & Pacific organisations.

KTV Consulting will have dedicated Results Based Accountability Trainers, an Analyst, an Information Systems / Information Technology Advisor and Strategy Implementation Team, Jay Houpapa Executive Assistant also comes on board full time in February to keep the operations functioning effectively.

Clients include Bay of Plenty DHB, Hawkes Bay DHB, Allience Health + Whanau Ora Collective, Pharmac and the National Hauora Coalition.


Click here to visit KTV Consulting’s website

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