The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Fund provides for community-based education that meets community learning needs. The Emergency Management (ACE) Fund supports volunteers in the fields of civil defence emergency management and fire-fighting to achieve an appropriate class and level of training and accreditation to perform emergency management operations.
This is Gateway funding eligibility information.
This page sets out tertiary education organisation (TEO), programme and learner eligibility requirements for the Adult Literacy Educator (ALE) Fund.
This section provides information about our work in lifting adult literacy and numeracy skills, including through the use of our dedicated literacy and numeracy funds. It also provides resources to help educators improve the capability of the tertiary sector.
This page sets out the monitoring and reporting requirements for the Emergency Management (ACE) Fund.
The Pre-purchased English Language Tuition (PELT) programme enables eligible migrants to participate in English language courses, helping them to settle into communities and work.
The ICT Graduate School programme will deliver industry-focused education and research that builds connections between tertiary education providers and high-tech firms.
How industry training organisations (ITOs) report on Industry Training Fund (ITF) funded industry training, and how we monitor their performance.
Reporting and data collection is crucial for maintaining a culture of transparency and high performance in tertiary education. With easy-to-follow materials, links, and videos, this section is designed to make accessing and using our tools as easy as possible.
At the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), we have five directorates: the Information Directorate, Corporate and Finance Directorate, Delivery Directorate, Strategy and Design Directorate, and the Learner Success - Ōritetanga Directorate.