The operational plan outlines how Toi Mai Workforce Development Council will impact vocational education and training, to meet Aotearoa's future skills requirements for the sectors we represent: Creative, Cultural, Recreation and Technology (CCRT).
Toi Mai is proud to release its first Tertiary Education Commission WDC/TITO COVID-19 Response Projects Fund project report: The COVID-19 Recovery Baseline Engagement and Data Project (BED).
Toi Mai’s first Workforce Development Plan (WDP) for the creative, cultural, recreation and technology (CCRT) sectors, articulates each sector’s workforce requirements to meet their strategic ambitions, with a particular focus on the role of vocational education and training.
This is a chance for our partners – industry, businesses, training providers, iwi, Māori businesses, public sector organisations and learners – to see our emergent thinking.
In support of the full Workforce Development Plan, a summary has also been developed to provide an overview of the key information. Please click here to read.
Toi Mai is pleased to release its second Tertiary Education Commission WDC/TITO COVID-19 Response Projects Fund project report: Embracing Digital Transformation (EDT), which outlines how the Creative and Recreation Sectors of Aotearoa applied new digital delivery models due to the pandemic.
An insights report titled 'The voices of Māori & Pasifika Performing Arts' was produced as part of the EDT project, on behalf of Toi Mai WDC by Te Amokura Consultants; Rewa Harriman (Senior Consultant) - Te Whakatōhea and Leah Te Ua (Consultant) - Tuwharetoa/Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki.