We have captured information about more than 70 of the diverse and interesting roles that our industries offer. Check out our Career Pathway tool, which explores the exciting job opportunities in the sport, recreation and performing arts industries, and helps individuals carve out a path in the industry.
Our workforce planning tools are designed to help people think about the future of their organisation, and guide them through a planning process to ensure they have the right workforce in place to meet their current and future goals.
ActiveCV lets our workforce manage and update their qualifications, achievements, log books and work experience. Individual users can create a portfolio of qualifications, work history, goals and personal statements, which they can keep up to date with the click of a button.
Employers can link staff to their workplace account, in order to manage the qualification and currency requirements in their business, and advertise job opportunities.
We’re always doing a whole bunch of developments with ActiveCV to make sure it does what you need it to, so come check it out.
The New Zealand Register of Recreation Professionals is an independent public register which recognises the qualifications and experience of sport and recreation professionals in New Zealand. From guides to lifeguards, instructors to assessors, and more.
The NZRRP website lets members of the public see who is qualified and whether they have kept their qualifications current to industry standards.
For employers, NZRRP is the quick and easy way to see, monitor and manage the credentials of paid and unpaid staff, and showcase the credentials of their staff publicly.
The register can help meet health and safety requirements, and gives existing and prospective clients confidence.
ActiveCV and NZRRP work together. So, getting your ActiveCV account up to date will automatically update your information on NZRRP.
We send out an electronic Schools Newsletter three times a year with information on the latest Skills Active news, any issues associated with moderation, and good practice tips.