20 August 2012
2013 initial allocation letters are now available for many funds, and have been released to Workspace.
2013 initial allocation letters for the following funds are now available on Workspace:
- Adult and Community Education (ACE) in Schools
- ACE in Communities
- Student Achievement Component (SAC)*
- Foundation Focused Training Opportunities (FFTO)
- Adult Literacy Educator Grant (ALEG)
- Refugee English Fund
- Intensive Literacy Targeted ESOL (ILN Targeted ESOL).
2013 allocation and funding recovery methodologies can be found on our website here.
* All SAC funding information in the initial allocation letters relates to SAC provision at New Zealand Qualifications Framework Levels 3 and above only.
We will advise in due course any SAC funding allocated at Levels 1 and 2 through the competitive allocation process. Applications for SAC funding at Levels 1 and 2 must be submitted by 5pm on Friday 24 August 2012. Further information is available on our website here.
Remaining 2013 initial allocation letters
Initial allocation information for the following funds is not included in the letters:
- Youth Guarantee
- Workplace Literacy - TEO
- Workplace Literacy - Employee Targeted
- Intensive Literacy and Numeracy.
We expect to advise providers of these outstanding initial allocations later this month via Workspace. We will keep providers informed about when these letters can be expected.
Please ensure you have an active ESAA login to access Workspace. Please see below for information about how to do this.
ESAA login – Workspace access
The Investment Plan submission tool is accessed through Workspace. To access Workspace you will need an ESAA (Education Sector Authentication and Authorisation) login.
Please ensure an appropriate staff member has an ESAA login. You may need to set up new logins and arrange for any logins that are no longer used to be deleted. Further information about getting an ESAA login is available here.
Investment Plan submission timeframes
Providers can expect to submit their 2013 Plans from this week and will have until Wednesday 5 September 2012 to submit. Providers that are able to submit ahead of the deadline are encouraged to do so as soon as the tool is made available. We expect to advise the availability of the tool for Investment Plan submissions later this week.
Investment Plan cycle
Plan Guidance for 2013 was published earlier this year and explains how organisations are expected to contribute to achieving Tertiary Education Strategy priorities. Full details are available on our website here.