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People with disabilities

ServiceIQ acknowledges that New Zealand has ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This Convention strives for disabled people to experience dignity, autonomy, participation, inclusion and accessibility, non-discrimination and equality, and respect for difference.

The United Nations Convention preamble notes that disabling experiences are the negative experiences of persons with impairment when impeded from full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.

ServiceIQ is committed to ensuring everyone has access to our qualifications and programmes.

A Learner Success plan has been developed by ServiceIQ to ensure:

  • Disabled learners have a strong representative voice

  • Disabled learners achieve equitable outcomes.

  • The majority of our staff are reporting an increase in their Disability Confidence.

  • The Principles of Universal Design are being implemented, disabled learners report a more accessible use of assistive technology.

  • Learners with varying impairments receive the right learning support and can access information, communication and digital platforms.

  • An increasing number of disabled learners feel safe to provide personal information about their impairment.

  • Employers who support disabled learners express an increase in their Disability Confidence.

  • Disabled learners identity is reflected within their learning and environment. Learning with ServiceIQ is mana-enhancing for people with impairments and their whānau.

  • A strong disability workforce is available to support disabled learners. Disabled learners and staff thrive, their capability grows and is nurtured.

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