Monitoring and reporting

Monitoring and reporting

Last updated 14 August 2017
Last updated 08/14/2017

This page provides information about funded organisations’ reporting on Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT), and our monitoring of performance.  

Reporting

An organisation that receives MPTT funding must comply with the reporting requirements set out in its funding confirmation documentation.

Consortium reporting

A consortium organisation receiving consortium activities funding must complete progress reports through Workspace 2 as specified in its funding confirmation documentation (see Payment Schedule in Appendix 1).

The consortium organisation is also required to maintain its SharePoint page to enable information sharing, identify best practice and to foster cooperation between consortia.

Fees top-ups and brokerage services reporting

SDR

A consortium member tertiary education organisation (TEO) receiving MPTT fees top-ups funding and/or brokerage services funding must report learner information to us through the Single Data Return (SDR) by the due date of each SDR (for provision up to April, August and December each year).

Each SDR submitted must comply with the requirements specified in the SDR Manual relating to the form, content, delivery, and timing of the reports.

MPTT Actuals data collection for MPTT

MPTT learners through Workspace 2 using the MPTT Actuals data collection for MPTT template (which we provision to Workspace 2 four times each year).

MPTT Tools Grant and Brokerage Performance Summary

Brokerage incentive payment requests (second 50%) and tools grant applications must be reported through the MPTT Tools Grant and Brokerage Performance Summary template (which we provision to Workspace 2 each month).

The data must correlate to learners achieving a successful outcome. For both brokerage services and the tools grant these are learner progression to: 

  • a New Zealand Apprenticeship
  • an apprentice-equivalent training arrangement (such as a managed apprenticeship), and
  • industry trades training at level 3 or 4, identified by us as leading to sustainable employment.

Example Workspace 2 templates:

Note: Zoom-in as required to see the column headings.

Monitoring

We use SDR reporting to monitor funded consortia and partner TEO performance in respect of:

  • delivery to MPTT learners
  • courses and qualifications achieved
  • retention, and
  • learner demographic information.

Consortia

Each consortium must meet minimum performance standards agreed in its funding confirmation.

We are using data reported by TEOs to determine the national employment outcomes performance measure for MPTT learners applicable to consortia.

Fees top-ups

A TEO that receives MPTT fees top-ups funding must meet minimum performance standards relating to SAC funding, including:

  • successful course completions rate
  • qualification completions rate, and
  • retention rate.

See Condition: Minimum performance standards.

Brokerage services

We use SDR reporting to monitor brokerage and learner outcomes.

See Condition: Minimum performance standards.

More information

Information about performance commitments and requirements and minimum performance standards is available in the funding confirmation letter for consortia and the funding confirmation letter for partner organisations.

MPTT funding confirmation letter for consortia (PDF, 606 Kb)

MPTT funding confirmation letter for partner organisations (PDF, 273 Kb)