This report details our operations and highlights our key milestones, major projects and achievements from the 2022-23 year.
An introduction booklet to Muka Tangata; who we are, why we exist, what we do, our publications, and our people.
This paper sets out our investment advice to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) for 2024. It details our expectations for how providers will work with us, our pan-sector advice, and specific investment advice for each of our 14 industry groupings.
This Operational Plan sets out the ways in which we will advance our moemoeā (vision) and meet our commitments and deliverables over the 2023-24 year. View apendices.
A bespoke approach to deliberately incorporate mātauranga Māori and te ao Māori values into our National Quality Assurance and Moderation activities.
An external review of our moderation systems by SAARA. The focus of the review was to confirm the value of external moderation with partners, explore opportunities for improvement, identify opportunities to be better connected with Māori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi through moderation, and research best practice and innovation allowing for flexibility with the evolving VET environment.
A new discussion document that examines how good design of qualification, skills standards, and micro-credential design can enable greater flexibility in vocational education and training.
This comprehensive review dives deep into our mahi and successes from our establishment on 04 October 2021 through to the end of our first financial year on 30 June 2022.
This Statement has been developed to set our initial direction for our work over the next few years, and sets out our overall strategy and objectives, our commitments to our sector, and specifies what we will do in 2022-27 to meet those commitments, with indicative deliverables for future years.
This overview will support Muka Tangata as we work with iwi, hapū and whānau Māori, and Māori industry leaders and build an evidence base to look at ways in which the vocational education system can best support Māori flourish in the food and fibre sector.
This plan summarises priority areas of focus for vocational education and training for the food and fibre sector identified through feedback from the sector, and existing research and analysis. It proposes actions and focus areas for the year ahead.
This report reflects the views of people from the food and fibre sector on the future of the sector, the opportunities ahead, and how we can collectively maximise these.
The approach we are taking to make the Workforce Development Council operational is described in this Establishment Plan. This plan covers the “Establishment Phase” of our WDC, defined by the TEC as the period from 1 July 2021 until 30 June 2022.