With the Level 4 lockdown extended until at least 31 August for Auckland, and 27 August for the rest of New Zealand, Skills Active staff are continuing to work from home, and staying in close touch with our industries.
Flyers Swim School owner Aimee Woodhead is driven by helping her community to thrive. It’s that same love of seeing people succeed that prompted Aimee to support her staff to enrol in swim education apprenticeships with Skills Active.
The magic loop of formal on-job training is that when a business upskills its staff, the staff then upskill the business, says McMillan’s Aquatic Centre (MAC’s) swim school owner and experienced workplace trainer Karen McMillan.
Skills Active has released its 2020 annual report, detailing a year in which its industries showed their true colours, demonstrating incredible resilience and tenacity in the face of the huge challenges that Covid-19 threw at us all.
Skills Active Aotearoa is committed to ensuring that all qualifications we develop are current, fit for purpose, and meet the needs of industry. To support this, we formally review each qualification every five years.