Each of the below documents is jam-packed with useful information about our organisation. Annual reports, business plans, operational docs, and shareholder information - get amongst it!

 

Skills Active produce a report every year that provides an in-depth reflection of how the year went. The Annual Report is full of interesting information about the organisation's accomplishments and challenges. On top of this, it profiles a bunch of  Skills Active's workplace partners who are out there making an impact - have a read!

2016 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report

 

 

Skills Active use their Business Plan to set priorities for the year ahead. Inside each document you will find a bunch of information about each team's key focus areas, and how they plan to achieve their goals. 

2018 Business Plan

2017 Business Plan

2016 Business Plan

2015 Business Plan

A Strategy for Māori Success

 

 

Keen to further explore who Skills Active are as an organisation? These documents will sort you out with in-depth info about who we are, the story of our branding, and what we promise to our customers. 

Customer Commitment

Hei Mauri Tū

Terms of Trade

Skills Active Prospectus

2018 – 2019 Investment Plan

 

 

We’re passionate about building strong relationships across its partners, industry bodies, government and employers. We love it when people are talking about and sharing stories of our collaboration. And we want people to keep doing this!

But before you can use our logo on your website, resources or other collateral you’ll need to get our permission. You can get the okay to use our logo by submitting a ‘request for permission’ form. Your request should include: a description of why you are asking and how the logo will be used.

Oh, when you use our logo, make sure you follow our brand guidelines! 

Fill out a request for permission here

Check out our brand guidelines here

 

 

Of Skills Active's  total shareholding, 50% is held by Māori organisations and 50% by non-Māori organisations. Find our more about our shareholders on our story page. Below, we share information that is relevant to our shareholders, and anyone else who is interested. 

Our Constitution

Shareholders Agreement

Shareholders Handbook