Kawepūrongo, Whakawhitinga Kōrero
This section covers news relevant to tertiary education organisations. It includes TEC, government and TEO initiatives, changes to our funding or reporting, and sector trends and research. You will also find information on any open consultations, including those we are running on behalf of the Minister of Education.
Kei konei ngā kawepūrongo e hāngai ana ki ngā kura mātauranga matua. Ka whakawhāiti mai ngā kaupapa kei te kōkiritia e te Amorangi Mātauranga Matua (TEC), te kāwanatanga me ngā kura mātauranga matua, te panonitanga ā-pūtea tautoko, ā-pūrongo hoki, ngā ahunga hou a te rāngai me ngā mahi rangahau. Ka kitea hoki ngā pārongo mō ngā whakawhitinga kōrero tuwhera, tae atu ki ērā kei te whakahaeretia e mātou mō te taha ki te Minita Mātauranga Matua, Pūkenga me te Whai Mahi.
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We have a new MinisterPublished 20 December 2016
Prime Minister Bill English has appointed Paul Goldsmith as the new Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment and confirmed Louise Upston as Associate Minister.
Results of SAC levels 3 and 4 competitive pilot publishedPublished 16 December 2016
Following on from the recent publication of the Student Achievement Component (SAC) levels 1 and 2 competitive funding, we have now published the outcomes of the SAC levels 3 and 4 competitive funding...
Leading the conversation about dataPublished 14 December 2016
Many organisations recognise the value of data, but are often unsure about how to use it says Data Future Partnerships Chair Dame Diane Robertson.
CoRE funding contributes to research into slowing onset of dementiaPublished 13 December 2016
New Zealand’s first Dementia Prevention Research Clinic at the University of Auckland has begun a collaborative research trial to identify factors that influence progression from Mild Cognitive Impair...
Crown Manager appointed at Tai Poutini PolytechnicPublished 13 December 2016
A Crown Manager has been appointed at the West Coast-based Tai Poutini Polytechnic, Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce announced today.
Library of Congress acknowledges national literacy centre's best practicePublished 13 December 2016
The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults (National Centre) has received international acknowledgment by being selected as a 2016 Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program Best Practic...
A refreshed, improved website built on a solid partnershipPublished 7 December 2016
The launch of our refreshed website last month was made possible by a successful partnership between the Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC) and Ministry of Education (MoE).
Working with the sector: Preparing for the 2018 Quality EvaluationPublished 7 December 2016
The smooth running of the Performance-based Research Fund’s 2018 Quality Evaluation process this year has benefited from the guiding hand of its Sector Reference Group and its wide consultation with t...
Making tertiary studies in engineering more relevantPublished 6 December 2016
New research commissioned by Engineering e2e has found that engineering graduates need to have personal, interpersonal and cognitive capabilities as well as the requisite technical knowledge and skill...
Online modules promote health and safetyPublished 30 November 2016
A number of tertiary education organisations (TEOs) and employers are successfully using new online literacy training to promote health and safety in everyday life.