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  • 2012 ILN ESOL application form

    ILN ESOL application form

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    Form/template/guide
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  • 2012 SAC funding rates for PTEs

    Student Achievement Component funding rates for Private Training Establishments in 2012

    Type:
    Reference table
  • 2012 SAC funding Rates for University, ITP, Wananga

    Student Achievement Component funding rates for Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics, Wananga and Universities in 2012

    Type:
    Reference table
  • 2013 SAC funding rates for PTEs

    Student Achievement Component funding rates for Private Training Establishments in 2013

    Type:
    Reference table
  • 2013 SAC funding rates for Universities, ITPs, Wananga

    Student Achievement Component funding rates for Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics, Wananga and Universities in 2013

    Type:
    Reference table
  • 2013 Workplace Literacy Providers

    Provider TEO Type Ashburton Learning Centre Incorporated PTE Apostolic Training Centres Limited PTE Edvance Limited PTE Hagley Community College School Horowhenua Learning Centre Trust Board PTE Industry Training and Technology Limited PTE  Languages International Limited PTE The Learning Wave Limited PTE Literacy Aotearoa Incorporated OTEP Literacy Training Limited   PTE Manukau Institute of…

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    Directory
  • 2014 SAC funding rates

    All Subsectors  (GST Exclusive)                                                                                                                                                                         Level Category Valid for Subsector Description 1 2 3 4 5 A Arts [#03], Social Sciences [#03], General [#5.2], Vocational Training for Industry [#22.1] $6,014 $6,135 $7,743 $8,189 $3,405 B…

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    Reference table
  • ACE good/innovative practice case studies
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    Report/Other document
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    86 kB
  • ACE in schools - Annual report
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    Form/template/guide
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    doc
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    77.5 kB
  • ACE in schools - data exemplar
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    Form/template/guide
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    pdf
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    17.1 kB
  • ACE Literacy and Numeracy
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    Report/Other document
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    ppt
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    2.5 MB
  • ACE resource database
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    Report/Other document
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  • ACE001: TEO to supply information and report to the TEC

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(1) or 159ZD(1) of the Education Act 1989. As specified in section 159YC(1) and section 159ZD(1) of the Education Act, it is a condition of a TEO receiving funding that the TEO will supply to the TEC, from time to time as required by the TEC, and in the form specified by the TEC, any financial, statistical, or other information that a TEO is required…

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    Rule or condition
  • ACE002: TEO to be eligible to receive funding for ACE provision

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must, at all times during the funding period, continue to be: a) an ITP; b) a wānanga; c) a PTE that specialises in foundation learning; d) a state school or state integrated school; e) a REAP; or f) a community organisation.

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    Rule or condition
  • ACE003: TEO receiving funding for ACE provision to remain quality assured

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. This condition applies to a TEO, other than a community organisation, that receives funding for ACE provision. The TEO must, for the period of funding approval, continue to be quality assured by: a) if the TEO is an ITP, wānanga, PTE, or REAP, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority; or b) if the TEO …

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE004: TEO to ensure learner enrolled in ACE provision is eligible

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must ensure that each learner enrolled in an eligible programme, qualification, or course is and continues to be: a) a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand; b) 16 years of age or over; and c) not a full-time secondary school student. Exceptions The TEO may enrol and claim…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE005: TEO to ensure ACE programme, qualification or course is eligible

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must ensure that a programme, qualification, or course in which an eligible learner is enrolled is, and continues to be, provision that: a) targets learners whose initial learning was not successful; b) raises foundation skills; and c) strengthens social cohesion, enhancing a learner’s ability …

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE006: TEO to work with local communities

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must work with local organisations, groups, and communities, including other TEOs involved in ACE provision, to identify and meet community learning needs.

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE007: TEO to set appropriate fees

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must: a) ensure that the level of fees it sets for ACE programmes does not prevent individuals from enrolling in those programmes; and b) charge the same fee to each learner participating in an ACE programme funded by the TEC.

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE008: TEO that is an ITP or wānanga to provide ACE programmes and activities aligned with ACE priorities

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. This condition applies to an ITP or a wānanga that receives funding for ACE provision. The TEO must design and provide ACE programmes and activities that primarily focus on: a) the learning of foundation skills; b) the re-engagement of learners whose initial learning was not successful; and c) ensuring…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE009: TEO that is a PTE, REAP, or community organisation to provide ACE programmes and activities aligned with ACE priorities

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. This condition applies to a PTE, REAP, or community organisation that receives funding for ACE provision. The TEO must design and provide ACE programmes and activities that primarily focus on: a) literacy, digital literacy, and/or numeracy; b) English language, including English for Speakers of Other…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE010: TEO that is a state or state-integrated school to provide ACE programmes and activities aligned with ACE priorities

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. This condition applies to a state school or state integrated school that receives funding for ACE provision. The school must design and provide ACE programmes and activities that: a) prioritise learners with the highest need.  It is expected that at least 50% of the learners enrolled in the school's…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE011: TEO not to use ACE funding for groups of school students

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must not use ACE funding to provide programmes and activities to a group or class of secondary school students, even if the programme is provided outside school hours.

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    Rule or condition
  • ACE012: TEO not to use ACE funding for professional development

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must not use ACE funding to provide professional development courses for ACE teachers and tutors.

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    Rule or condition
  • ACE013: TEO to make records available for inspection

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(b) or 159ZD(2)(a) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must provide the TEC with access to its premises, employees, and information for the purposes of: a) inspecting the records that the TEO must keep; or b) auditing the TEO's compliance with conditions of funding and requirements in the Education Act.

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE014: TEO not to subcontract delivery

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must: a) only subcontract to an organisation or group that does not already receive TEC funding; b) notify the TEC of the subcontracting arrangement prior to its commencement; c) ensure that a subcontracted party does not further subcontract any function; and d) remain accountable for:     …

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE015: TEO not to use other funding from the Crown to fund ACE provision

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must: a) not (without TEC's prior written consent) seek or obtain funding from any Crown source other than the TEC to fund an ACE programme, qualification, or course that is funded under the ACE funding mechanism; and b) notify the TEC immediately if it becomes aware of any circumstances that…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE016: TEO to use funding responsibly

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) and 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. The TEO must use the funding: a) lawfully, responsibly, and for the purposes for which the funding is provided; and b) in a manner consistent with the appropriate use of the public funds.

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • ACE017: TEO to repay overfunding

    This condition is imposed under section 159YC(2)(a) or 159ZD(2)(b) of the Education Act 1989. If the TEO receives funding for ACE provision that is greater than it should have been, or that it was not entitled to receive, the TEO must treat the amount of overfunding as a debt due to the Crown that: a) is repayable on demand; and b) may be set-off against all or any funding, or any sum of money…

    Type:
    Rule or condition
  • Adult and Community Education (ACE) 2011 Final Report

    ACE final report

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    Form/template/guide
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    doc
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    265.5 kB
  • Adult Literacy and Numeracy: An Overview of the Evidence - Annotated Bibliography
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    Publication
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    pdf
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    410.8 kB
  • Amend a Modern Apprenticeships programme
    Type:
    Form/template/guide
    Format:
    doc
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    58 kB
  • An error message has come up when I try to submit my SDR, who do I go to for help?

    If you require information on course change, delivery site or qualification approval requests, please contact the TEC Service Centre . If your query relates to logging in to STEO or course, qualification and student files, please contact the Ministry of Education Contact Centre on 0800 422 599.

    Type:
    Question
  • Appendix A: Course Completion Codes

    0: Still to complete course – valid extension or grade not yet available (Register Level 1-8) 1: Still to complete course – course end date not yet reached (Register Level 1-8) 2: Completed course successfully 3: Completed course unsuccessfully 4: Did not complete course 5: Practicum to complete – on job training (Register levels 1-8) 6: Yet to complete – Register Levels 9 & 10 7: Extension…

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    Form/template/guide
  • Are schools required to allocate any of their ACE funding to community groups?

    Schools are no longer required to make funding available for community groups. However, if they do so they remain accountable for the funding made available to the community groups. Please see the ACE in schools page for more information.

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    Question
  • Are the passengers in my car eligible for a travel allowance?

    No. When learners share a vehicle, TEC reimburses only the learner responsible for the vehicle.

    Type:
    Question
  • Are there any other courses that are considered an acceptable use of TEC funding? Are cooking classes acceptable as there is a lot of literacy and numeracy in reading recipes, measuring, estimating and budgeting, etc?

    The important difference between priority and non-priority provision is that a class has a specific learning outcome (for example, deliberate teaching of literacy and numeracy) and that it targets priority groups of learners. A cookery class may be a valid way of gaining these outcomes, so long as the types of people who will enrol in the programme are the priority target group and the learning…

    Type:
    Question
  • Briefing to the Incoming Minister - Hon Steven Joyce - December 2011

    BIM

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    Publication
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    pdf
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  • Can a 15 year old learner enrol onto a Targeted Training course?

    Learners under the minimum school leaving age of 16 require a Ministry of Education Certificate of Exemption before their enrolment in the programme, as without such an exemption they are legally required to attend school. Early Leaving Exemptions (ELX) allows a learner to legally be outside of the school system at the age of 15 to attend an approved course of study. Learners cannot be enrolled…

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    Question
  • Can a DA Request Form be faxed/scanned/posted from the TEO? Can I request for my DA code to be faxed to me?

    No. The DA Request Form must be completed electronically on-line and emailed to the TEC Service Centre . Once received, the Service Centre will then complete the spreadsheet with the required information and email this back to the TEO.

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    Question
  • Can a parent/guardian ask about my travel?

    No - because of Privacy Act restrictions we can only deal directly with students.

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    Question
  • Can funded ACE courses just meet one of the funded priorities, for example social cohesion?

    Courses must demonstrate clear alignment to all three of the TEC-funded ACE priorities. Courses that align only to the strengthening social cohesion priority for example will not be considered for funding.

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    Question
  • Can I change my cycle payment?

    This can only be changed before students are enrolled. A request can be made in writing to the TEC Service Centre .

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    Question
  • Can I go on work experience while on a Youth/TOP programme?

    Yes, this is encouraged. Workplace learning offers learners the chance to practice and develop skills in a real workplace. Most learners should have workplace learning integrated into their programmes.

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    Question
  • Can I use someone else's bank account to have my travel reimbursement paid into?

    Yes. Payment to an alternative account will require the account holder to write a letter of authorisation to your Training Provider, permitting the use of their account.

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    Question
  • Can we charge fees for learners participating in a TEC funded ACE programme?

    Yes. All providers of ACE can charge fees to learners. Fees for learners participating in TEC-funded courses should reflect the actual cost of the course, yet be appropriate for the purpose and target group of each course.

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    Question
  • Can you send me a copy of the Gateway handbook?

    The Gateway handbook can be found and downloaded from the TEC website

    Type:
    Question
  • Centres of Research Excellence (CoREs) Selection framework
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    Form/template/guide
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    pdf
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    105 kB
  • Changing the way we work
    Type:
    Form/template/guide
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    pdf
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    160.9 kB
  • Chief Executive expenses - 30 June 2011

    CE Expenses

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    Report/Other document
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    xls
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    58.5 kB
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