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June 2021: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

Thank you to stakeholders | Proposed NZQA simplification review | Te Pūkenga employer hui | Toi Mai day one

April 2021: Stakeholder engagement on future options analysis

Under the reform, Skills Active needs to hand over its "arranging training" function. We are seeking feedback from our stakeholders on all of the options and your preferred destination for on-job training services.

March 2021: Toi Mai board positions

TEC has announced it is now taking applications for the paid governance positions within the Workforce Development Councils, including Toi Mai.

March 2021: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

Provider options analysis | Te Pūkenga feedback space |  Toi Mai nominations committee | Project: To rise by lifting others

February 2021: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

PTE progress update | Skills Active submission to WDC engagement | Te Pūkenga briefing to incoming minister 

December 2020: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

WDC orders in council engagement | Skills Active position statement on arranging training | Te Pūkenga operating model | Employer-centric system 

October 2020: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

Te Pūkenga | Streamlining vocational education products | Learner-led system | Te Pae Tawhiti | ROVE recap | Skills leadership in Auckland 

September 2020: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

WDC name proposal | Letter from WDC interim establishment board | Discussion document and survey | Meeting for sport and recreation stakeholders | Centres of Vocational Excellence 

August 2020: Reform of Vocational Education newsletter

WDC date changes and progress | Feedback survey | Visualising the reform landscape | Regional Skills Leadership groups | Minister's letter of expectation | Mobilising the New World feedback | NZIST leadership team