Connexis learners are invited to an online workshop on the future shape of Te Pūkenga
Te Pūkenga is a new organisation that combines the 16 polytechnics from across the motu with some Transitional Industry Training Organisations (TITOs) to create a new vocational education system in New Zealand (called the Reform of Vocational Education or RoVE).
As you may be aware, Connexis joined a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga called Work Based Learning Limited (WBL) on 1 September 2021.
Te Pūkenga would like your input into how it will organise itself in the future and invites you to an online workshop to gather your feedback on its proposed Operating Model.
The workshop for Connexis learners, as well as learners from TITOs, is being held on Thursday 4 November from 6pm to 8pm.
Attendance is entirely optional and this is not part of your Connexis training programme. It will not count toward any credit completion.
However, all participants will go into the draw to win a $2,000 technology learner support pack, provided by Te Pūkenga.
See below for links to a video that explains the proposed Operating Model, to the Te Pūkenga website, and to register for the workshop.