RoVE / Te Pūkenga
Te Pūkenga, a new permanent unifying name that represents many strands and ideas was yesterday confirmed for the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.
Future students will get access to an unprecedented level of collaboration across the primary industries sector thanks to the establishment of a Food and Fibre Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE).
Rotorua’s Ana Morrison will be at the forefront of championing Māori learner success as she steps into a new role with New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST).
Toi Ohomai Head of Youth and Community Engagement, Olivia Dhanjee, has been appointed to the Bay of Plenty Regional Skills Leadership Group
Toi Ohomai Executive Dean: Academic Development, Innovation and Research, Kieran Hewitson, has been announced as one of 12 new members on the first Academic Board for the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.
Toi Ohomai has now officially become a subsidiary of New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology as part of the Reform of Vocational Education.
In exciting news, the new subsidiary board of Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology has been announced.
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Chief Executive Dr Leon de W Fourie has hosted several events across Bay of Plenty to share some light on the changes and implications of the upcoming Reform of Vocation Education (RoVE) on the region.
It’s important the RoVE team hear from our region about what’s important to us in the Bay of Plenty, because those comments will help to inform the Government’s final design of the vocational education sector
Toi Ohomai welcomes many of the proposed changes announced this week as part of the Government’s Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE).