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Toi Mai is the Ohu Ahumahi Workforce Development Council for Ngā Peka o Toi.

Our purpose is to ensure the creative, cultural, recreation and technology sectors in Aotearoa are supported by a skilled, diverse and thriving workforce.

We do this by engaging with industry, whānau/hapū/iwi, Māori businesses and underrepresented communities such as Pacific peoples, tāngata whaikaha, wāhine, the neurodiverse and LGBTQIA+ to ensure the vocational education system meets industry and workforce development needs.

Read 'Te Wao Toi Whānui' workforce development plan now, and have your say!

Te Wao Toi Whānui is the first workforce development plan for vocational training for Toi Whānui (Enabling Technologies), the digital technology workforce of Aotearoa.

The plan highlights the challenges and opportunities in attracting, training and retaining Toi Whānui employees and offers actions and recommendations for building a thriving and sustainable workforce.

Toi Mai invites all Toi Whānui industry members, learners, education providers, and those with an interest in the sector to provide feedback on the actions and recommendations contained in Te Wao Toi Whānui via an online survey.

Consultation is open until 10 June 2024.