Toi Mai Workforce Development Council represents the creative, cultural, technology and recreation sectors which includes film making, journalism and broadcasting, music, museums, reserves and conservation parks, hairdressing, sports and recreation.
Toi Mai plans for future skills needs
Te ara whanake o Toi Mai, the first operational plan of Toi Mai, has a strong focus on building a skilled workforce to meet the needs of its sectors today and into the future. The plan outlines how the new Ohu Ahumahi – Workforce Development Council will start to impact vocational education and training in its first year of operation.
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Toi Mai to endorse new and revised programmes from 1 June
As part of the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE), six Workforce Development Councils (WDCs) now have the responsibility to endorse new or redesigned programmes for industry qualifications or equivalent, from 1 June, 2022.
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Tech funding will help untap diverse potential
Toi Mai’s Te Tumu o Toi, chief executive Dr Claire Robinson and Poumatua Tama Kirikiri welcome the pre-budget announcement of a $20 million boost over four years for the digital technologies industry.
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Review of Computing and Information Technology unit standards
NZQA National Qualifications Services (NQS) and Toi Mai Workforce Development Council have completed the review of the 75 unit standards listed below. The suite of standards transitioned from NQS to Toi Mai in October 2021.
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Ann Davis-Maroulis: Whakawhanaungatanga weaves strands together
Toi Mai celebrates inspirational women for International Women's Day
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Annie Collins: Forging her own path in film industry
Toi Mai celebrates inspirational women for International Women’s Day.
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New Proposed IT Qualifications
We would like your thoughts on the following proposed new qualifications:
NZ Certificate in Machine Learning (Level 5)
NZ Certificate in Applied Software Development (Level 6).
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Hairdressing & Salon Services Unit Standards Under Review
Forty-six Hairdressing and Salon Services unit standards are under review, and we are seeking your feedback on draft standards throughout February.
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Te Toa Takitini Quality News
Quality Assurance Newsletter - January
Toi Mai welcomes you to our first ever newsletter for Kura and Providers!
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