One of our key responsibilities is to monitor the performance of . This page provides an overview of how the sector is performing.
For tertiary education organisations (TEOs) it can be daunting facing a TEC audit, especially if it’s their first time. But it can also be seen as an opportunity to confirm their processes are robust and compliant and identify any emerging issues.
When 800 students graduated from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology on 6 April Julia Kennedy from our Monitoring and Crown Ownership team was invited along as a special guest by the Council’s Chair Cathy Cooney. She was swept along in the parade through Rotorua streets to the packed auditorium of the Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre where she shared in the joy and pride of families, friends and staff as they celebrated their students’ success.
The Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) scheme provides scholarships to Māori and Pasifika learners to acquire the skills and attributes to gain trades-based employment, take up New Zealand apprenticeships or move to other higher-level training programmes.
A group of Dunedin workers with learning disabilities are now being trained in literacy and numeracy with funding through our Employer-led Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Fund (EWLN).
This page sets out learner enrolment information relevant to Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WLN) TEO-led funding.
These are the conditions specific to Gateway funding for 2017.
These are the conditions specific to the Adult Literacy Educator (ALE) Fund for 2017.
These are previous years’ conditions for the Intensive Literacy and Numeracy - ESOL Fund.