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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.

bAckground Element

Toi ā-Ringa

Art and Design

Toi Māori

Taonga Works and the Oral Arts

Toi Ora

Sport, Recreation and Cultural Organisations

Toi Pāho

Broadcast and Screen

Toi Puaki

Performing Arts

Toi Whānui

Enabling Technologies

Ngā pānui | Latest news

Reviews and developments

Stay up to date with the development, maintenance and review of standards and qualifications.

Have your say!

Click here to download the full industry and workforce development plans, and find out how you can provide your feedback. Consultation is open until 22 July.

Data dashboard

Browse interesting breakdowns of all of our industries and explore the data and insights that inform our mahi at the same rate that we do.

Striking a balance: wellbeing vs. financial security in the arts

Income is a crucial factor in life security and satisfaction for any individual and their whānau in New Zealand, but for workers in the arts, this relationship is much less straightforward. Click here for more:

New micro-credential opens up a clear pathway into the screen industry

Toi Mai is celebrating a milestone moment with a newly listed micro-credential ‘Introduction to the Aotearoa New Zealand Screen Industry’. Click here for more:

Major systemic change needed in technology education if industry is to thrive

Major systemic change is required in vocational education coordination, funding and provision if New Zealand is to realise the potential of its digital technology industry. Click here for more:

Championing te Tiriti o Waitangi

Toi Mai announced as winner of Ngā Āhuatanga o te Tiriti Tohu at the Diversity Awards NZ 2023. Click here for more:

Te Wao Nui o Toi recognised with a prestigious Good Design Award for excellence in design and innovation

Our first sector-specific workforce development plan was recognised in Australia’s International Good Design Awards for excellence in design and innovation. Click here for more: