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Working out the challenges in the exercise industry
11/07/24
Working out the challenges in the exercise industry
Realigning workforce qualifications with practical skills, developing a financially-sustainable business model, and convening stakeholders over challenges and opportunities, will contribute...
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Fanning the fire of the performing arts workforce
10/07/24
Fanning the fire of the performing arts workforce
A comprehensive cross-sector response is proposed to address the financial hardship and workforce challenges faced by Toi Puaki, New Zealand’s...
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Funding re-balance essential to training an effective screen workforce
09/07/24
Funding re-balance essential to training an effective screen workforce
A re-balancing of funding to the informal education and training sector will deliver the industry-specific skills and capabilities required by...
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Flexible, adaptable, work-based training needed for barbers and hairdressers
03/07/24
Flexible, adaptable, work-based training needed for barbers and hairdressers
Flexible and adaptive blended and work-based training is needed to prepare those launching careers as either barbers or hairdressers, and...
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Recognising, protecting and valuing Ngā Toi Māori is critical to our cultural and economic future
02/07/24
Recognising, protecting and valuing Ngā Toi Māori is critical to our cultural and economic future
Establishing key industry infrastructure around ringatoi (artists) is critical to ensuring Aotearoa benefits from the commercial, economic and cultural benefits...
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Feedback critical to shaping the future of vocational education
27/06/24
Feedback critical to shaping the future of vocational education
Stakeholder feedback is being sought on four new Workforce Development Plans (WDPs) and one Industry Development Plan (IDP) released today...
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Striking a balance: wellbeing vs. financial security in the arts
17/06/24
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...
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New micro-credential opens up a clear pathway into the screen industry
27/05/24
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’. ...
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Major systemic change needed in technology education if industry is to thrive
19/05/24
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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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