Māori and Pasifika Trades Training

Monitoring and reporting


An organisation that receives Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) funding must comply with the reporting conditions set out in its funding confirmation.

Consortium reporting

An organisation receiving consortium funding must report on milestones achieved through Workspace 2 as specified in the funding confirmation. The organisation is also required to maintain their allocated page on SharePoint to enable information sharing, identify best practice and to foster cooperation between consortia.

Fees top-ups and brokerage reporting

A Tertiary Education Organisation (TEO) receiving MPTT fees top-ups funding and/or brokerage payments must report learner information to us through the Single Data Return (SDR) by the due date of each SDR (for data up to April, August and December each year).

Each SDR must comply with the requirements specified in the SDR Manual relating to the form, content, delivery, and timing of the reports.

The organisation must also report on actual delivery through Workspace 2 using the MPTT actuals delivery reporting template.


Fees top-ups

We will use the information reported to monitor MPTT delivery, qualifications, and learner demographic information.

An organisation that receives MPTT fees top-ups funding must meet the minimum performance standards set out in its funding confirmation relating to:

  • course completion
  • qualification completion
  • retention. 


Consortia must meet the minimum performance standards as agreed in their funding confirmation.


Brokerage is monitored through the SDR and actuals reporting, based on the number of learners achieving a successful outcome. Actuals are reported via Workspace 2 using the MPTT actuals reporting template.


More information 

Further information about ‘performance commitments and requirements and minimum performance standards’ is available in the funding confirmation letter for organisations: Appendix 5 (PDF, 535 Kb).

  • Last changed: 8 July 2016
  • Last verified: 8 July 2016