Feedback open: draft Food and Fibre Skills Framework

Muka Tangata is seeking feedback on a Food and Fibre Skills Framework, which will help to create pathways, enable greater transferability of skills, and support easier entry into the food and fibre sector. 

The project aims to:

  • Enable the simplification of qualifications. 
  • Recognise transferable skills being gained by ākonga (learners). 
  • Develop a common language to describe skills and knowledge. 
  • Support a greater understanding of qualifications and skills, and their value. 
  • Help to formally recognise skills that are gained outside of formal learning. 

Thank you to those who sent their feedback through the employer and employee polls about flexibility and transferability in the workplace. The findings of the poll and a report on the Food and Fibre Skills Framework will be available in April 2024.

Read more and register here