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$206 million Lincoln University research facility scrapped

Plans for a $206 million research facility at Lincoln University have been scrapped.

Strong and mixed reactions to the proposed vocational education reforms

While the unions are delighted to see an end signalled to the “bums on seats, market-driven” approach to vocational education, industry training organisations (ITOs) believe the Government’s proposals to reform the vocational education system are potentially destructive to an on-job training system in New Zealand that is “humming”.

Training shakeup: how will it affect you?

The Government proposes a new national institute to take over all 16 polytechnics and manage most apprentices and industry trainees. Here's how it would affect you.

Rescue plan for polytechnics becomes huge upheaval for apprentices and industry training too

A rescue plan for financially struggling polytechnics has turned into an upheaval for the whole industry training system in the Government's latest radical plan for education.

Drastic changes for polytechs and ITOs

Today’s vocational education reform announcements spell major change and disruption for New Zealand’s Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and Industry Training Organisations (ITOs).

Polytech overhaul welcomed

Education Minister Chris Hipkins will be unveiling the Government's plans for significant reforms to our polytechnics and institutes of technology today.

Chris Hipkins says National is scaremongering over job losses

Education Minister Chris Hipkins says proposals to reform the "broken" vocational education sector could mean job losses, but it is irresponsible to speculate that 1000 people would lose their jobs.

Government polytechnic reforms would see 1000 job losses, National says

The National Party says the Government's plans to reform polytechnics and institutes of technology will lead to 1000 job losses, a radical centralised model, and the closure of polytechnics in the regions.

Response: Nicholas Pole – a system perspective on the current state of ECE

Education Review Office’s Chief Review Officer, Nicholas Pole, responds to recent articles about the early learning sector in New Zealand, emphasising ERO’s role in driving quality and integrity in the early childhood sector.

Hands-on learning hooks students into local job options

Going on to tertiary studies after leaving school isn’t always the best option for all senior students, and Queen Charlotte College in Marlborough is finding its hands-on training in aquaculture is perfect for students with a practical bent and a passion for the outdoors.
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