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Reform of Vocational Education

The Reform of Vocational Education is creating a strong, unified, sustainable vocational education system that is fit for the future of work and delivers the skills that learners, employers and communities need to thrive.

Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE)

The Reform of Vocational Education is creating a strong, unified, sustainable vocational education system that is fit for the future of work and delivers t…

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RoVE News

RoVE is well underway and hitting goals. Stay up to date with our latest news.

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Workforce Development Councils

The Workforce Development Councils (WDCs) have been established. They will give industries greater leadership and influence across vocational education. 

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TITO Transitions

Transitional Industry Training Organisations (TITOs) are currently responsible for arranging training for people in the workplace.

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Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs)

Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs) play a significant role in driving innovation and excellence in vocational education, by strengthening links with …

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Regional Skills Leadership Groups

These would provide advice about the skills needs of their regions to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), workforce development councils, and local vo…

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Te Taumata Aronui

A group to help ensure that the Reform of Vocational Education reflects the Government’s commitment to Māori-Crown partnerships.

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Te Pūkenga (New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology)

A unified, sustainable, public network of regionally accessible vocational education. 

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Unified Funding System

A Unified Funding System (UFS) will apply to all Provider-Based and Work-Based education at certificate and diploma qualification levels 3 to 7 (excluding …

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NZQA and RoVE

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is dedicated to helping learners “Qualify for the future world: Kia noho takatū ki tō āmua ao”.

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