Update on training

The new nationwide Institute of Skills and Technology should be in place from the end of 2022 – until then, Primary ITO will continue to manage training for landscapers


At the start of 2019, the Government began its Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE), aimed at creating a system fit for the future of work, delivering the skills learners and employers need.


At the heart of the reforms is the creation of Te Pūkenga – a new nationwide New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, with the country’s existing 16 regional polytechnics as subsidiaries.


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