RoVE Bulletin #3

Diana Blake News, RoVE

Kia ora koutou, The Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) is gathering pace and key developments and announcements are arising with greater frequency and tighter deadlines. Decisions made now will have long-lasting impacts for Transitional Industry Training Organisations (TITOs) and our subsidiary staff, employers, learners, and everyone else involved in vocational learning. While this is a significant change to how industry training …

RoVE Bulletin #2

Diana Blake News, RoVE

Kia ora koutou, The Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) continues to ramp up, with plans this year to set up the Workforce Development Councils (WDCs) and have the first Transitional Industry Training Organisations transfer their Arranging Training functions to another entity. In MARCH, this month, there are two opportunities to get involved and have your say in the:  governance of the WDCs; design …

RoVE Bulletin #1

Diana Blake News, RoVE

Kia ora koutou,  Happy New Year. I hope you enjoyed the holiday season and had time to relax and recharge.  As the year kicks off, so does our work around the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE). 2021 is a significant year for industry training as we look to transition into the new unified education system.  Throughout this period of change, …

December eNews

Prue Feely eNews, RoVE

Kia ora kōutou,   At Connexis, we are proud to be part of the infrastructure industry – an industry that continues to build and grow the foundations of our country, and that is strong and resilient.   During lockdown, we were inspired by trainees who turned challenge to opportunity by using their time to progress their careers through qualification training.  Equally, we were inspired by the companies and their leaders who encouraged their employees to grow their skills and those of their teams’.  2020 delivered unprecedented challenges and required business to rethink approaches …

NZIST announces the appointments of six Deputy Chief Executives

Caitlin Shilling News, RoVE

Connexis would like to congratulate the six Deputy Chief Executives announced today by NZIST. New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) Chief Executive Stephen Town announced the appointment of six Deputy Chief Executives (DCE).  The DCE appointments are: Ana Morrison will be our DCE Partnerships and Equity. Ana is currently the Executive Director – Strategic Partnerships & Māori Success …

July eNews – Free Trades Training, Rove updates and more…

Prue Feely eNews, NZ Apprenticeships, RoVE

With businesses and people now settling into the new form of ‘normal’ post the COVID-19 lockdown, I thought it timely for an update on the transformation of vocational education that is occurring.  This includes the biggest change in training delivery that our Industry has undergone for many years, along with a wide range of funding programmes that will support our …

Reform of Vocational Education is progressing

Prue Feely News, RoVE

While there has been a focus on Covid-19 and the required business decisions around being in Lockdown Level 4, Level 3 and now Level 2, the Government have continued to progress the establishment of one unified vocational education system through RoVE. We thought it would be a good time to update you with what has been happening and help you …

INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY UPDATE | Reform of Vocational Education

Prue Feely News, RoVE

Between 23 September and 8 November, Connexis held seven events throughout New Zealand to engage with our customers and understand how you would like us to progress the upcoming changes to industry training. This was followed by a short survey that we emailed out to attendees. I am writing to share with you the results of that survey along with …