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New skill standards for screen-sector careers
19/12/23
New skill standards for screen-sector careers
Aotearoa is currently facing a major shortage in the Toi Pāho (broadcast and screen sector) workforce. To help remedy this problem and ensure entrants have...
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Research on the barriers to diversity in the Aotearoa tech sector released
14/12/23
Research on the barriers to diversity in the Aotearoa tech sector released
“All over the world, diversity and inclusion is one of the biggest challenges facing the tech industry today, and New Zealand is no exception,” said...
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New qualifications for a new Aotearoa
12/12/23
New qualifications for a new Aotearoa
The way we consume media has shifted dramatically in recent years, from broadcasting linear media on radio and television, to a much more user-centred curation...
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New qualification aims to silence sour note of declining piano tuner numbers
20/11/23
New qualification aims to silence sour note of declining piano tuner numbers
This past weekend, TVNZ ran a story covering the nationwide shortage of piano tuners and the new qualification developed by Toi Mai to help remedy...
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Māoriland: Nurturing the next generation of screen professionals in Aotearoa
30/10/23
Māoriland: Nurturing the next generation of screen professionals in Aotearoa
Earlier this month, some Toi Mai kaimahi had the chance to visit Māoriland in Ōtaki, the home of the Māoriland Film Festival and a hub...
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Reflecting on two years of advocating for Ngā Peka o Toi
12/10/23
Reflecting on two years of advocating for Ngā Peka o Toi
Although the Workforce Development Councils were established on 4 October 2021, our first five kaimahi didn’t officially start until the week after, marking the month...
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Unlocking the power of knowledge through Te Mata Raraunga
27/09/23
Unlocking the power of knowledge through Te Mata Raraunga
Ohu Ahumahi (the collective of the six Workforce Development Councils) are pleased to share Te Mata Raraunga, a shared data platform which provides consistent information...
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Te Wao Nui o Toi recognised with a prestigious Good Design Award for excellence in design and innovation
08/09/23
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, Te Wao Nui o Toi — capability and development plan for the below-the-line screen sector workforce (Toi Pāho) was...
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Industry-driven learning: new micro-credential for screen-sector careers
06/09/23
Industry-driven learning: new micro-credential for screen-sector careers
Aotearoa is currently facing a major shortage in the Toi Pāho (broadcast and screen sector) workforce. To help remedy this problem and ensure sector entrants...
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Transformation through collaboration: Empowering Pacific learners, businesses and employers
05/09/23
Transformation through collaboration: Empowering Pacific learners, businesses and employers
(Front row L-R) Chris Gosling Chief Executive Hāpaitia, Tofilau Talalelei Taufale Co-Chair Pacific Fono, Dr Claire Robinson Chief Executive Toi Mai, Paul Retimanu Chair Pacific...
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Championing te Tiriti o Waitangi: Toi Mai announced as winner at the 2023 Diversity Awards
31/08/23
Championing te Tiriti o Waitangi: Toi Mai announced as winner at the 2023 Diversity Awards
Last night, Toi Mai was announced as the winner of Ngā Āhuatanga o te Tiriti Tohu at the Diversity Awards NZ 2023!   We are...
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Toi Mai Operational Plan released
31/07/23
Toi Mai Operational Plan released
  Iti rearea kahikatea ka taea, the second Operational Plan for Toi Mai, outlines the needs and priorities of Toi Mai for the 2023–24 year...
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