This page provides information about tertiary education organisation’s (TEO’s) reporting on Intensive Literacy and Numeracy (ILN) delivery, and our monitoring of their performance.
The Intensive Literacy and Numeracy Fund - English for Speakers of Other Languages (ILN – ESOL) supports the intensive provision of high quality, fees-free ESOL literacy and numeracy learning opportunities, to help adult learners gain the literacy and numeracy skills needed to progress to further study or the workplace.
The Intensive Literacy and Numeracy – Refugee English Fund (ILN Refugee English) supports refugees to reach a level of English that will allow them to enter employment, or undertake their choice of vocational or degree-level education.
This page provides information about tertiary education organisation (TEO) reporting on Literacy and Numeracy - Refugee English Fund (ILN Refugee English) delivery, and our monitoring of TEO performance.
This page provides information about the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) consortium approach, and resources for consortium partner organisations.
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Medical Trainee Intern Grants are paid to the University of Otago and the University of Auckland to provide a stipend for domestic medical students working as interns as part of their sixth year of study.
Immigration Levy funding provides for one-to-one English language tuition, social English classes, English for migrants’ programmes and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) literacy classes.
This page provides information on the Sector Reference Group (SRG) for the Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF) 2018 Quality Evaluation.
The information on this page is historical.