Learner-Focused, Industry-Led, Government-Enabled
WHAKAATURANGA KAUPAPA

Project Showcase

Current
Looks to understand and seek evidence of the effectiveness of the ‘ecosystem’ between secondary school and the food and fibre sector.
Completed
A new skills framework that develops a radically simplified qualification structure, which will enable greater flexibility for ākonga and maximises flexibility and transferability of skills across the food and fibre sector.
Current
Recognising neurodiversity as an asset, this is an opportunity to explore untapped potential, and the challenges individuals face in education and employment, particularly in times of skill shortages.
Under Development
This is a unique opportunity to make a positive contribution to Māori VET across the food and fibre sector and, ultimately, improve the quality of Māori leadership across industries.
Current
A cohesive leadership framework with supporting systems will provide success criteria that other projects can leverage, to meet the current and future needs of the sector.
Completed
Rubrics were developed to establish criteria for the food and fibre sector to measure vocational excellence against, achieved in the design and delivery of vocational education and training.
Current
A critical assessment of the delivery, assessment and recognition of prior learning methods to determine if existing models still have currency and relevance, and if not, suggest alternatives.
Completed
A collaborative programme with strong pastoral care and a vision to guide learners through a horticulture career, the evaluation measured the impact on participants, their communities and stakeholders.
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