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  • YG001: TEO to supply information to the TEC

    As specified in section 159YC(1) of the Education Act 1989, 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 by the TEC to supply.   TEO to supply information to the TEC in certain situations The TEO must notify…

  • YG002: TEO to be eligible to receive Youth Guarantee funding

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes other than those for the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must, for the period of funding approval, continue to be: a) an institute of technology or polytechnic (ITP); b) a wānanga; or c) a private training establishment (PTE); or d) a state school or state integrated scho…

  • YG003: TEO to be eligible to participate in pilot programme

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes as a part of the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must, for the period of funding approval, continue to be: a)    an ITP; or b)    a wānanga; or c)    a PTE.

  • YG004: TEO to be quality assured eligible to receive Youth Guarantee funding

    The TEO must, for the period of funding approval, continue to be quality assured by: a)    the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), if the TEO is an ITP, a wānanga, or a PTE; or b)    the Education Review Office, if the TEO is a state or state-integrated school.

  • YG005: TEO to use funding for approved qualifications or courses

    The TEO must only use Youth Guarantee funding to deliver qualifications and courses specified in the TEO's Investment Plan. To receive approval for a qualification to be specified in an Investment Plan, the TEO must submit the relevant documents to the TEC in accordance with information on the TEC's website.

  • YG006: TEO to meet requirements when making changes to a qualification

    Before making a minor change to a qualification, the TEO must: a)   obtain approval for the minor change from the relevant quality assurance body (if required), that is:        (i)    NZQA, if the TEO is a PTE; or        (ii)   NZQA or the TEO’s Academic Board, if the TEO is an ITP or a wānanga; or        (iii)   the New Zealand Vice Chancellor’s Committee on University Academic Programmes…

  • YG007: TEO to ensure Youth Guarantee programme is eligible

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes other than those for the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must ensure that a programme in which an eligible student is enrolled is and continues to be a programme that: a)   leads to the award of a qualification:       (i)  the National Certificate of Educational Achieveme…

  • YG008: TEO participating in pilot programme to ensure programme is eligible

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes as a part of the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must ensure that a programme in which an eligible student is enrolled is and continues to be a programme: a)   that delivers no more than 10.4 hours of provision to any individual student per week; and b)   in which the…

  • YG009: TEO not to refer a student to a TEO to participate in pilot programme

    This condition applies to a state school or state integrated school that is funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes other than those for the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The school must not refer a student to a TEO to participate in the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme.

  • YG010: TEO not to enrol student in more than 2 EFTS of Youth Guarantee provision

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes other than those for the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must not enrol a student: a)   in more than 1 EFTS of Youth Guarantee provision in any calendar year; and b)   in more than 2 EFTS of Youth Guarantee provision in total over the period of their enrolment.

  • YG011: TEO participating in pilot programme to ensure student enrolled in no more than two years of provision

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes as a part of the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must not enrol an eligible student in more than 2 years of secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme provision.

  • YG012: TEO not to enrol student in Youth Guarantee programme who has received the total allowed Youth Guarantee provision

    This condition applies to a TEO funded to deliver Youth Guarantee programmes other than those for the Ministry of Education's secondary-tertiary partnership pilot programme. The TEO must not enrol a student in a Youth Guarantee programme if that student has already received 2 EFTS of Youth Guarantee provision at that TEO. For the avoidance of doubt, for the purposes of this condition, a student…

  • YG013: TEO not to charge tuition fees or compulsory course costs

    The TEO must: a)  not charge any tuition fees or compulsory course costs to a student; and b)  pay for the necessary equipment, infrastructure and hardware required to deliver a particular programme; and c)  not require the costs of the provision of essential equipment, including computers, to be met through the "course-related costs" component of the Student Loan Scheme. For the purposes of th…

  • YG014: TEO to limit number of students who already hold a qualification at level 1 and 2 on the NZQF

    The TEO must ensure that, in relation to all new enrolments, students who already hold a qualification at level 1 or 2 on the NZQF do not comprise more than 10 percent of the TEO's enrolment at that level.

  • YG015: TEO to ensure transport funding is only used to pay for actual cost of transport

    The TEO must ensure that transport assistance funding and exceptional circumstances transport assistance funding is only used to pay for the actual cost of transport incurred by the TEO or each student to whom it is paid. The TEO should reimburse each student within a reasonable time after the student has incurred the cost.

  • YG016: TEO to keep records of expenditure and transport assistance

    The TEO must keep records of its expenditure of transport assistance funding, including any expenditure of exceptional circumstances transport funding. If the TEO supplies transport to students, the records that the TEO must keep in respect of each student that receives transport include: a)  a daily travel logbook that sets out the kilometres travelled by the TEO in relation to each student; a…

  • YG017: TEO not to over-deliver level 3 EFTS

    The TEO must not deliver more EFTS for qualifications at level 3 on the NZQF than the EFTS specified in the TEO's Youth Guarantee Mix of Provision in its Investment Plan.

  • YG018: TEO to use Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool

    When a TEO delivers a course that leads to the award of a qualification (other than a qualification in English for Speakers of Other Languages [ESOL] or Te Reo Māori), the TEO must use the Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool to assess the literacy and numeracy needs of each student and measure his or her progress. For a course that leads to the award of a qualification in ESOL, fro…

  • YG019: TEO to meet minimum performance standards

    The TEO must meet any minimum performance standards specified by the TEC.

  • YG020: TEO not to subcontract delivery

    The TEO must not subcontract delivery of Youth Guarantee programmes unless the subcontracting has been approved by the TEC.  

  • YG021: TEO not to use other funding from the Crown to fund Youth Guarantee programmes

    The TEO must: a)   not (without the TEC's prior written consent) seek or obtain any funding from any Crown source (including a Crown entity or a company wholly owned by the Crown) other than the TEC to fund provision, programmes or activities that receive Youth Guarantee funding; and b)  notify the TEC immediately if it becomes aware of any circumstances that might result in a breach of this…

  • YG022: TEO to use funding responsibly

    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.

  • YG023: TEO not to claim funding for recognised prior learning

    The TEO must not claim funding for recognised prior learning credited to a student. To ensure that the TEO is able to comply with this condition, the TEO must: a)  ask each student to specify prior learning he or she has undertaken; and b)  before admitting each student into a Youth Guarantee funded programme, review that information as it relates to each student; and c)  retain documents that…

  • YG024: TEO to repay overfunding

    If the TEO receives Youth Guarantee funding that is greater than it should have been, or that the TEO 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 payable by the TEC to the TEO. Definition of funding that is greater than it should have…

  • YG025: TEO to repay funding following revocation of funding approval

    If the TEC, in accordance with s159YG of the Education 1989, suspends or revokes some or all of a TEO’s funding paid through Youth Guarantee before that funding has been used or contractually committed towards the purposes for which it was provided, the TEO must treat the unexpended or uncommitted portion of the funding as a debt due to the Crown that: a)  is repayable on demand; and b)  may be…

  • YG026: TEO not to enrol students who already hold a qualification at level 3 on the NZQF

    The TEO must not enrol a student into a Youth Guarantee funded programme if the student has already achieved a qualification at level 3 or above on the NZQF.

  • YG027: TEO to make information available to the TEC and its appointed representative for the purpose of monitoring

    By accepting funding from the TEC the TEO is deemed to have acknowledged that one of the TEC’s statutory functions is to monitor the performance of organisations receiving funding from the TEC, and that it is a statutory condition that the TEO must maintain certain records and supply certain information to the TEC. Accordingly, by accepting funding from the TEC the TEO is deemed to have…

  • YG028: TEO (other than a PTE) eligibility for additional funding

    Additional funding 1.  This condition applies to funding for fees-free tertiary places for eligible domestic students aged 16 to 19 years (inclusive) who are studying towards either the National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 1 and 2 aligned to the Vocational Pathways or a qualification at Level 1, 2 or 3 on the NZQF. 2.   The TEC will allocate additional Youth Guarantee funding u…

  • YG029: PTE eligibility for additional funding

    Additional funding 1.  This condition applies to funding for fees-free tertiary places for eligible domestic students aged 16 to 19 years (inclusive) who are studying towards either the National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 1 and 2 aligned to the Vocational Pathways or a qualification at Level 1, 2 or 3 on the NZQF. 2.  The TEC will allocate additional Youth Guarantee funding up…

  • SDR001(PTE): TEO to supply information and report to the TEC (for Youth Guarantee funding)

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

  • SDR001: TEO to supply information and report to the TEC (for Youth Guarantee funding for TEIs)

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